Warner Bros. Studio Tour London Announces Another Temporary Closure
Closures due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic continue to rise. Recent government guidance at local tier levels in the United Kingdom has caused Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter to temporarily close again. The reopening is tentatively set for January 4, depending on additional guidance.
The announcement has been made on the Warner Bros. Studio Tour’s Twitter page, and people are urged to visit the official site for answers to questions, additional information, and further contact if needed. This news comes after nearly two weeks of lockdown restrictions being lifted in England.
An update regarding Studio Tour visits between 16th – 24th December 2020. For more information and FAQs visit https://t.co/ZB8hGK2p7i.
— Warner Bros. Studio Tour London (@wbtourlondon) December 14, 2020
Warner Bros. Studio Tour London has extended the refund period to cover all visits from December 16 to January 3, 2021. Refunds are being processed by visit date, but all refunds will be processed by January 8. To minimize further refunds and disruptions to bookings, ticket sales are suspended for the remainder of 2020 and the beginning of 2021.
We’re sure this is not the news people want to hear, especially if it affects holiday plans. Hopefully, brighter days are on the horizon in January and the reopening can take place. Most people are ready for days of fun and travel to resume. Did you have tickets to Warner Bros. Studio Tour during this timeframe? What are your updated plans? Let us know in the comments.