The Harry Potter London Walk is a walking tour showing the magical side of London. You'll be able to see locations that were filmed for the Harry Potter movies. The tour is a complete adventure, including a boat ride and a London Underground trip where you'll need a valid metro card. The tour is around 2 and a half hours long. Booking in advance is necessary. See website for a complete list of tour departure times.
- Nearest Train: Charing Cross
- Venue Description:
Trafalgar Square was built following the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. The man responsible for this famous naval victory, which finally destroyed French naval power and secured Britain from invasion, was Admiral Horatio Nelson. A column, with statue of Nelson at the summit is the centerpiece of the square. At the base of the column are the renowned Landseer lions. Renovations in 2003 removed traffic lanes to make room for a sizable staircase, connecting the National Portrait Gallery to the square. The National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery border one side of the Square, and it's a good place to sit and soak up the atmosphere on a sunny day.