Remember when Harry learned to fly on a broomstick? Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone was filmed on location at this huge castle in 2000. It was also used in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.
This Scottish viaduct is 100 feet above the ground! The train track is part of the Hogwarts Express route and has appeared in many of the films.
This market was used to form part of Diagon Alley in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone! You can't buy any wands here, though.
After Ron stormed off in a huff in Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows, Harry and Hermione set up their tent in this beautiful spot
Number 12 was used as the outside of the Dursley's home in Privet Drive. The cupboard under the stairs is used for outdoor coats.
Catching a train to Hogwarts? You'll find Platform 9 and 3/4s at this busy London train station. Don't run into the wall, though. Seriously.
This tiny train station is part of the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. It's also the stop for all the wizards and witches who live in Hogsmeade.
The Cloister in this grand cathedral was used as a Hogwarts corridor. You'll spot it in many of the films, including the time when Moaning Myrtle flooded the loos.
This bridge was 'destroyed' by Fenrir Greyback and a gang of Death Eaters in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. But as you can see, it's absolutely fine. Phew!
If you don't have time to travel up and down the UK to see all these different locations, why not check out The Making Of Harry Potter at the Warner Brothers studios in London? It's amazing!