Best Way to Visit Warner Bros Studio Tours London

Warner-Bros-Studio is located at an isolated place in London and one can visit this place using various modes of transport. In this article, we shall mention some of the ways to visit this famous studio, where all the Harry Potter series were filmed.

Regular shuttle bus

By regular shuttle buses, that run from Watford-Junction, you can reach within 15 minutes to the Studio. After every 20 minutes right from 9.20am you will get shuttle bus. After the tour closes the last return Shuttle-Bus will depart and come back to Watford-Junction. For return ticket you need to pay £2.50 while single ticket will cost £2.00. Please note that no credit or debit cards are accepted for this bus service and you must have cash available with

Train Travel

The nearest railway station for the Studio is Watford Junction. Direct train service is available from both Birmingham New Street and London Euston. Few other train services that are non-direct, operate from London-Euston, however this route may take much longer time to reach at Watford Junction. You may use Oyster card too which is valid between Watford-Junction and London-Euston.

Travelling by road

  • Free parking

Outside the Studio-Tour you can get free parking facility for your car park. For disabled people separate entrance is provided. While entering in the car park area, you need to ensure your booking confirmation available, so that you can show to Car Parking Team. In case if you are in a group and travelling independently then each vehicle will need booking confirmation.

  • Using a satnav

The postcode is WD25 7LR. However, it may not function on few systems as the site is relatively new.

  • Arriving from north side

Exit the M1 while at Junction-6a then merge with the M25. Exit from the M25 while at Junction-20 and move to south-east on the A41, in the direction of London. Keep you in the left-hand lane while at the Hunton-Bridge junction. Then move into the left-hand lane for A405. From there you’ll reach the roundabout if you take the left road. The studio can be seen on the 1st exit.

  • Arriving from M25 side
  • Exit clockwise from the M25 at Junction-19. Near the Hunton-Bridge roundabout take your 2nd exit to the A41 and move towards the left-hand lane for A405. Take the left turn, at the fork to reach the roundabout. Just take the 1st exit to reach the Studio.
  • Exit Anti-Clockwise from the M25 at Junction-20 and head towards south-east on the A41 to London. Keep in the left-hand lane near Hunton-Bridge roundabout. Now move into left-hand lane for A405. Follow the left road at the Fork until you reach the round about. You’ll find the Studio at the 1st Exit.
  • Arriving from London

Exit from the M1 at Junction-5 and take the A41 for approximately three miles. Near the Hunton-Bridge-Roundabout, take the fourth exit, back to A41. Maintain in the left-lane and take the 1st exit. Maintain in left side at the Y-junction and then take 1st exit near the roundabout and you’ll arrive at the Studio.

Bus transfers

You can also make your trip stress-free by travelling from Birmingham or central part of London and get on the bus to the Studio directly. There are number of tour operators can offer you convenient ticket packages and hourly return transfer on their buses. If you have bought their tickets already then transfer-only options can be made available for you.

From an airport

You can easily reach Studio-Tour by road as well as rail from all 4 major London airports. The distance from London Luton is 17 miles, 23 miles from London Heathrow, 47 miles from London Stansted and 58 miles from London Gatwick.

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