The Making of Harry Potter

I have to admit I'm not the most prolific Potterhead in the world. In fact, I only read the first book because my brother was reading it (it was a borrowed copy even) because who knew whether it was going to be bad or good? I certainly was not a fan of wizardry. Back then, my only gateway to wizardry was The Craft and it wasn't very pretty nor amusing, too.

One of the things I absolutely recommend doing when in London is visiting the Warner Brothers' Studios in Leavesden, north of London. This is where most of the eight movies were shot. Most of the sets, the props, costumes were preserved well. Also, you can have butterbeer, my absolute favorite part of the trip.

My photos don't do justice to the whole experience at all but until now, I feel shivers and lots of kilig when I think about the day I spent inside the Harry Potter studios. Enjoy!

Remember the scenes above? If you ever find yourself in London, book (way ahead) tickets via the Warner Brothers' website, take the orange line of London Underground to Watford Junction where there's a WB shuttle. Each ticket is £31 {roughly PHP 2,248}. I wasn't the biggest Potterhead in the group and anywhere at all but I enjoyed this trip immensely. I plan to watch all the movies again when I get back home :)

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