Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Tour for Muggles Introduces New Harry Potter WANDERlust Podcast

As we cast a spell of safety around our humble abodes during the Coronavirus quarantine, magical entertainment can conjure fascinating memories where we least it expect it. Even though us muggles can't travel as much as we'd like to, there's no reason we can't vicariously apparate into the beloved wizarding world from the comfort of home for some charming mischief. 

Tour for Muggles journeys fans around a walking tour of central London to Harry Potter locations. Their passion for J.K. Rowling's series has made them TripAdvisor’s Travellers’ Choice Award for the Top 5 Attractions across the UK 2019. And now they're presenting a new experience for fans of the series who are looking for a different form of escape.

Their latest podcast WANDerlust and its Potterific YouTube Channel gives fans a whole new space to listen, learn, and have fun "walking" around the series' most famous sites and spell-tacular facts.

Every episode centers around a different location in the wizarding world from the Dursley's awful house on Privet Drive to the bewitched platform portal at Kings Cross Station. Fans can listen along to the podcast's delightful hosts on Apple Podcasts & Spotify as they explore the sites that make the Harry Potter books and films so popular in the real muggle world.

Along the way, fans can also check out their YouTube channel where the Harry Potter and the Quarantined Tour Guides do their best to bring a swish-and-flick of magic with magical inspired recipes and potions.

There's something new discover for both die-hard and new fans to learn little-known tidbits and perfect for fans of all ages to enjoy a cauldron-size dose of fun and adventure. 

There's no need to run through the barrier at Platform 9 3/4 and risk Dobby locking you out. Check out Tour for Muggle's WANDerlust podcast as well as their social media on twitter, facebook, and instagram for the latest news and updates.

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