Harry Potter’s Diagon Alley Now on Google Street View

I’ve been a Harry Potter fan ever since I started reading the book during my college years. And seeing or visiting the Warner Bros. Studio where you can have the opportunity to explore the amazing Harry Potter stuff and props could be a dream come true. When I stumble upon this today, I can’t resist but to post it here. I do not know when will I be able to visit there so I think this will do it for now.

Diagon Alley

In Street View mode, you can see 360-degree images of Ollivanders Wand Shop, Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes joke shop, Eeylops Owl Emporium, Quality Quidditch Supplies and Mr. Mulpepper’s Apothecary.

The Diagon Alley set brings to life the shop setting from J.K. Rowling’s legendary Harry Potter series of seven best-selling books, which grew into a successful eight-movie franchise. Warner Bros. Studio Tour says the Diagon Alley set took more than three months to build, and it took six months to create over 20,000 products to put on the shops’ shelves.

I wish I could visit there one day. I want to get myself a wand. 🙂 lol

Images courtesy of Warner Bros. Studio Tour London
(via Mashable)

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