New research has revealed exactly which destinations in the United Kingdom have been made popular by their roles on the big (or small) screen, with three “Harry Potter” locations making it into the top ten.
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All Aboard the Belmond Royal Scotsman: Reopening in April for Visits to “Harry Potter” Filming Locations
You can now visit the iconic “Harry Potter” filming locations of Alnwick Castle in Northumberland, England, and Scotland’s Glenfinnan Viaduct aboard the luxurious Belmond Royal Scotsman.
New Documentary from BBC Will Explore the History of the West Highland Railway from “Harry Potter” Films
Never-before-seen photos bring life to a new BBC documentary about the construction of the train line seen in several of the “Harry Potter” films.
If you love steam locomotives, this one is for you. By popular demand, the steam engine that takes the same route as the Hogwarts Express in the “Harry Potter” films has a new schedule for the 2021 season.
Over 100 new parking spaces will be built to make it easier to visit the iconic “Harry Potter” filming location and to spare local villagers constant traffic jams.
For those die-hard fans who are planning their pilgrimage to King’s Cross station, Holiday Cottages has compiled a full list of filming locations from the “Harry Potter” films for you to add to your list of places to visit.
Safety concerns mean that “Potter” fans visiting the iconic Glenfinnan Viaduct should make use of the local trains or buses where possible.
Of all the places you might expect to find “Harry Potter”, money probably isn’t one of them. However, if you either live in or find yourself traveling to Scotland, you could be in for a pleasant surprise!