Harry Potter Locations

We know that some of you, as well as loving the Strike series, also love Harry Potter, which was written by Robert Galbraith’s close friend J.K. Rowling.

Here are some of the filming locations for the Harry Potter film series, plus other Potter-related locations. Click on the locations below for more info.

Alnwick Castle – Used for Hogwarts exterior scenes in Philosopher’s Stone and Chamber of Secrets.
Balmoral Hotel, Edinburgh – Where J.K. Rowling finished writing Deathly Hallows.
Claremont Square – Where Grimmauld Place was filmed.
Durham Cathedral – Used for filming parts of Hogwarts in Philosopher’s Stone and Chamber of Secrets.
Elephant House – The Edinburgh café where J.K. Rowling wrote the early Potter books.
Glencoe – Scenery around Hogwarts near Hagrid’s hut.
Glenfinnan Viaduct and Loch Shiel – The viaduct the Hogwarts Express passes over.
Gloucester Cathedral – Used for filming parts of Hogwarts.
Goathland Station – Where they filmed Hogsmede Station in Philospher’s Stone.
Great Scotland Yard – Where they filmed the entry to the Ministry of Magic in Order of the Phoenix.
Hardwick Hall – Where they filmed Malfoy Manor in Deathly Hallows Part 1.
King’s Cross and St Pancras – Where Hogwarts students board the Hogwarts Express.
Lacock Abbey – Used for filming parts of Hogwarts.
  Leadenhall Market – Seen in Philosopher’s Stone when Hagrid is taking Harry to Diagon Alley for the first time.
Loch Elit – Scenery around Hogwarts was filmed here.
Loch Etive – Seen in Deathly Hallows Part 1 when the trio are camping.
Malham Cove – Seen in Deathly Hallows Part 1 when Harry and Hermione are camping.
Millennium Bridge – The bridge destroyed by Death Eaters in Half-Blood Prince.
 New College, Oxford – Used for filming parts of Hogwarts.
  
  
  
  

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