Harry Potter Walking Tour

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© Carol StevensonNunhead Cemetery 'It’s properly wild and in autumn the trees are perfect.' Nunhead Cemetery, Linden Grove, SE15 3LP. www.fonc.org.uk. Nunhead rail.
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Garry KnightBlackheath Common 'Blackheath Common is amazing and always windy so get the kite out. Sneak into Greenwich Park for London’s best view.' Blackheath Common, Shooters Hill Rd, SE3 0TY. www.lewisham.gov.uk. Blackheath rail.
Kensington Gardens 'The best London horse chestnut trees are in Kensington Gardens. And you can truthfully say you’re playing with Prince Charles’s conkers.' Kensington Gardens, W2 2UH. High St Kensington or Lancaster Gate tube.
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© Rob GreigHackney City Farm 'Meet the amazing Woodcraft Folk there every Thursday evening at 7pm.' Hackney City Farm, 1a Goldsmith’s Row, E2 8QA. www.hackneycityfarm.co.uk. Cambridge Heath rail or Hoxton Overground.
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© David HowardBarnes Common 'Piles of autumn leaves waiting to be kicked, and a shrine to Marc Bolan.' Barnes Common, SW13 0HT. Barnes rail.
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© Britta Jaschinski / Time OutHampstead Heath 'London’s great piece of wild has some of the best walks in London. Plan a route on www.hampsteadheath.net.' Hampstead Heath, NW5 1QR. Gospel Oak or Hampstead Heath Overground.
A two-hour walk for Harry Potter fans and friends, touring the major sites of central London including Whitehall, Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly. Led by a qualified City of London and City of Westminster guide, the walk covers muggle history and events as well as facts about the Harry Potter films that were shot in the area. Meeting point is outside Westminster tube, exit 4.


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