Places in Harry Potter - Filming Locations

Filming Locations

The following are locations used by Warner Bros. to film the fictional locations in the Harry Potter film series.

  • Ashridge, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire (Forbidden Forest and various woodland scenes in all films)
  • Australia House, The Strand, London (Gringott's Bank)
  • Alnwick Castle, Northumberland (Hogwarts exterior)
  • Bodleian Library, Oxford (Hogwarts interiors)
  • Borough Market, London (Diagon Alley)
  • Martins Heron, Berkshire (Privet Drive)
  • Christ Church, Oxford (Hogwarts interiors)
  • Durham Cathedral (Hogwarts interiors)
  • Glenfinnan Viaduct, Scotland (Viaduct used in the Hogwarts Express scenes)
  • Gloucester Cathedral (Hogwarts corridors)
  • Goathland railway station, Yorkshire (Hogsmeade Station)
  • Harrow School, (Professor Flitwick's classroom)
  • King's Cross Station, London (King's Cross interior)
  • Lacock Abbey, Wiltshire (Hogwarts interiors)
  • Leadenhall Market, London (Diagon Alley & Leaky Cauldron)
  • London Zoo (Reptile House)
  • Malham Cove, North Yorkshire (Camping location, atop limestone pavement)
  • Maughan Library, Dumbledore's office
  • Millennium Bridge, London (Death Eater attack at start of Half-Blood Prince)
  • New College, Oxford (Hogwarts cloisters)
  • Pembrokeshire, Wales (Shell Cottage)
  • St Pancras railway station, London (King's Cross exterior).
  • Scottish Highlands, Scotland (Outdoor scenes in Prisoner of Azkaban and Half-Blood Prince)
  • Surbiton railway station, South London (Railway and cafe scene at the start of Half-Blood Prince)
  • Virginia Beach, Virginia (stock footage for extras Sorcerer's Stone and Chamber of Secrets)
  • Virginia Water Lake, Surrey (Lakeside scenes in Prisoner of Azkaban, Goblet of Fire and Half-Blood Prince)

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