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Prep for the Final Harry Potter Movie with a Visit to Wizarding Britain

June 3, 2010 at 4:00 PM | by | ()

Not sure what to do with the kids this summer? Abercrombie & Kent might have just the thing. They are featuring a new Harry Potter-themed trip for family based on the new movie, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One, which opens in theaters November 19.

The 9-day tour brings families to some of the most magical places featured in the Harry Potter films. The tour starts in London where Harry Potter fans will pass by Australia House, aka Gringotts Bank, and visit the London Zoo, aka Little Whinging Zoo. Throughout the week, guests will also tour the North York Moors, stopping for a ride on a steam train to Goathland station, better known as Hogsmeade.

The last three days of the tour are spent in Scotland where travelers will check out the Scottish Crown Jewels at Edinburgh Castle and stroll the Royal Mile to the Elephant House coffee shop where J. K. Rowling began writing her stories.

Rates based on four travelers in two rooms average $12,100 per person (hope you've got some gold in your own Gringotts!). For dates and reservation information, call A&K at 800-554- 7016.

Related Stories:
· Abercrombie & Kent [Official Site]
· Tailor Made Magical Great Britain [Abercrombie & Kent]
· Movie Set Travel Coverage [Jaunted]

[Photo: Deathly Hallows Set Photo Via Fan Pop]

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I dare say that they are a real failure as everyone knows the plot of the film! Like it!=)