This post was most recently updated on October 15th, 2018
Further Afield in England
If seeing the London sights has not sated your desire to delve deep into the world of Harry Potter then pack your bags and head on a tour of the rest of the UK.
Less than two hours away from London, you will find Lacock Abbey. The abbey dates back to the reign of Henry II and the nearby village of Lacock is composed of timber framed cottages that are quintessentially English.
The cloisters at Lacock Abbey was used in both the Philosopher’s Stone and the Chamber of Secrets as Professor Snape’s potions classroom.
You can also add Hardwick Hall in Chesterfield to your Harry Potter itinerary. A famous English country house built by the formidable Bess Hardwick in the 1500s, Hardwick Hall is a stand-in for the creepy Malfoy Mansion in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.