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Calling all Muggles! Depart the United States on an overnight flight bound for London’s Heathrow Airport.
After arriving in London and checking into our hotel, we will dive right in with a London by night bus tour – you will have a chance to see all of the city’s most famous sites.
Today we get a chance to visit some of the most famous Harry Potter spots in London! We will visit:
Later this afternoon we will take a ride on the London Eye. For dinner we will experience on of London’s famous fish and chip shops
Today you will have a chance to visit the Warner Brothers Studio for the tour – The Making of Harry Potter.
We will have lunch at the studios’ Food Hall.
This evening you will have some free time for exploring or relaxing in preparation for our early morning flight tomorrow.
We will take an early morning flight to Edinburgh and hit the ground running on arrival! Today we will visit some of the most iconic Harry Potter sites Edinburgh has to offer:
This morning we will explore The Royal Mile and search for Rowling’s golden handprints! – on our way to visit Edinburgh Castle and Princes Street Gardens. We will have an opportunity to tour the magnificent castle and learn more about its place in Scottish history. –More than 4,000 alleged witches were put to death in Edinburgh. The castle moat was used to dispose of their bodies, who were thrown from the castle into the water below. If the witches drowned, they were given a full pardon, and if they survived, they were burned at the stake.
This afternoon we will have high tea at the Balmoral Hotel – this is where J.K. Rowling spent some time in room 552 writing the last of the Harry Potter books – The Deathly Hallows. She signed the statue of Hermes, Greek Goddess of Travel, located in the room.
This evening we will have dinner in a traditional Scottish pub.
Today we will take a day trip to the beautiful Alnwick Castle – better known to Harry Potter fans as Hogwarts! Alnwick Castle sits on the boarder of England and Scotland and is the second largest inhabited castle in England; it has been home to the Duke of Northumberland’s family, the Percys, for over 700 years. Parts of Alnwick Castle were used for scenes of Hogwarts Castle in the first two Harry Potter films! One of the most notable scenes is where Harry first learns to fly a broomstick in a lesson taught by Madame Hooch. The castle is a site to behold!
This afternoon, you will participate in a broomstick flying lesson on the castle grounds!
We will return to Edinburgh this evening.
Today you will have a chance to take a ride on the Hogwarts Express – a.k.a. the Jacobite steam train.
We will venture out for a day excursion to the Scottish Highlands – stopping at a scenic village on the way to hop aboard the Jacobite Steam train. We will travel along the Glenfinnan Viaduct – made famous in the films. You will have a chance to see Glencoe scenery (also featured in the movies) before our return trip.
This evening you will have time to explore more of Edinburgh and take one last walk on the Royal Mile.
Depart for the United States a muggle no more! with all of the magic of Harry Potter from this incredible adventure!
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Due: November 1, 2022
Due: February 1, 2023