The 50-foot-long model of Hogwarts Castle that features 2,500 lights, hinged doors, miniature birds and live plants. The castle display completes a day-to-night cycle every four minutes.
Hogwarts' Great Hall
The Great Hall of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry is the first room on the tour and visitors are allowed to walk around the room to see the film set close up.
The headmaster's office at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
March 31, 2012: Actors Bonnie Wright and Rupert Grint attend the opening of The Making of Harry Potter in Watford.
Visitors can down the cobbled street of Diagon Alley.
The Weasley Kitchen
The Weasley kitchen showcases the craftsmanship of the special effect props including Molly Weasley's self-washing frying pan, knitting needles and chopping boards.
Professor Umbridge's Office
The Professor's office is filled with special touches, like the incredibly detailed hand-painted cat porcelain plates each made especially for the films.
Professor Snape's Potions Classroom
Visitors can peer into Professor Snape's potions class, just one set where the eight films were shot.
Within the "Warner Bros Studio Tour London -- The Making of Harry Potter" you can see Dumbledore's office, Molly Weasley's self-washing frying pan, Professor Snape's potions classroom and much more.