The National Trust property featured
in the first two Potter movies and since they were released Lacock
Abbey has been on the must-see lists of tourists from all over the
at Ottaker's Bookshop in Salisbury ready for the launch of the
latest Harry Potter book.
BBC Wiltshire joined the visitors
to take a look around as they attempted to match the reality with
the fictional locations.
Take a look through our gallery
of images and see what you recognise from Hogwarts!
though, things you need to know about Lacock Abbey:
The Abbey's cloisters and side rooms
were transformed into the classrooms at Hogwarts School while the
location was also used for Harry's discovery of the Mirror of Erised.
Abbey was founded in 1232 and
comprises: cloisters, sacristy, chapter house and monastic rooms,
courtyard, brewery and bakehouse.
converted into a country house c.1540
feature a Victorian woodland garden with an 18th-century summer
house, rose garden, botanic garden and ha-ha.
Henry Fox Talbot (180077), inventor of the negative/positive
photographic process once a resident at Lacock Abbey.
Lacock village used to film Pride and Prejudice, Moll Flanders
More info at The
Magic at Lacock Abbey
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