Gloucester Cathedral, which served as different sections of Hogwarts in multiple “Harry Potter” films, is one of the hundreds of sites benefitting from relief grants in the United Kingdom.
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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.
Take a 360-degree virtual tour of Gloucester Cathedral and the Forest of Dean, and experience the magic of some of the most memorable “Harry Potter” scenes!
To celebrate the National Campaign for Drawing, Big Draw 2017, Gloucester Cathedral, one of the iconic filming locations for “Harry Potter”, will host the BIG Cathedral Draw, October 21–29, and you can be a part of the magic!
Unless you’ve been living under a rock or in the Forbidden Forest, you’d know that King’s Cross station would be packed today with eager witches and wizards going back to Hogwarts! To celebrate, check out these spellbinding “Potter” events for a chance to return to the wizarding world.
On February 3, 360 “Harry Potter” fans of all ages brushed off their wands, donned their costumes, and descended on Gloucester Cathedral for a one-night special event to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the publication of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone”, in the very building where some of the filming took place.
Gloucester Cathedral is putting on two magical “Potter”-themed one-day-only tours of the grounds on February 3, 2017, and MuggleNet is offering exclusive presale tickets!
On May 31 and June 1, Gloucester Cathedral hosted two special “Harry Potter”-themed evenings. Coinciding with the school holidays, the events catered to young and old alike, with quizzes and games, fancy dress, and arts and crafts tables, allowing fans to interact and have fun.
From July 31st – August 11th 2013, three MuggleNet staff members went on a road trip of a lifetime – visiting Harry Potter filming locations all over England, Wales, and Scotland. Over the next 9 weeks they will be sharing their experience with you – the good, the bad, and the hilarious.
Their journey continues here, with Day Two – Gloucester, Lacock Abbey, & Stonehenge.