For fans of the Harry Potter movies, this is the place to go. You can discover all the work that went into bringing a little bit of magic to the big screen.
You will also get the chance to stand on some of the iconic sets and take some very Insta-worthy shots.
The tour is fascinating. For example, you get to step onto Diagon Alley, and into the Great Hall of Hogwarts. There are hundreds of props around that were used in the films for you to spot. You'll get the chance to see the costumes the actors wore so you can spot all the intricate details that went into them.
If you want to take home a piece of the magic, then you are sure to find something in the official shop. If you can imagine any Harry Potter themed toy or item that you'd love, you'll be able to find it here. The range is incredible, and there are loads of personalised gifts for that extra special touch.
You will need to book tickets in advance to ensure you can get in. Under fours go free. 5-15-year-olds cost £38, and over 16s are £47. A family ticket is £150. You can pay a little extra to get a digital guide and a paperback souvenir guide book as well.
Getting to the studios is a little bit of a trek. The most efficient option is to take the tube to Euston. From there you get on the West Midlands Trains service to Northampton. The stop for Warner Brothers Studios is Watford Junction. From the train station, you can get a shuttle bus to the studio. In total, it takes about 90 minutes to get to Warner Brothers Studios from The Darlington. However, there is something magical about travelling by train to get to Hogwarts, though!