Places You Should Visit As A Harry Potter Fan

Places You Should Visit As A Harry Potter Fan

Harry Potter

The entire world has been entranced by the absolutely magical and magnificent world that was created by J K Rowling. She has done such a great job at captivating billions of souls with her timeless writing that has made its way into the hearts and souls of countless individuals. I am not even going get into the fact that J K Rowling was one of the first people to become a billionaire through writing, and that she also lost her billionaire 1bet2u status because she donated so much of her personal wealth away. She is one of most beautiful souls on the planet that gave us Harry Potter fans so much happiness and also, she taught us how to love, what friendship means, the importance of loyalty and so many other life lessons that we still use to this day.

I have immense respect when it comes to what those books did to all those who read it. In this guide, I will talk about some of the places that were used to film the Harry Potter movies. You will absolutely lose your mind when you go to these places. I indeed remember losing it when I went to a couple of these places. I distinctly remember shedding a few happy tears when I entered the Wizarding World Of Harry Potter in Universal Studios, Los Angeles.

Alnwick Castle

The Alnwick Castle, Northumberland will take you back to the first movie. This is where Madam Hooch’s broom lessons were taught. It is indeed a very beautiful and lovely place to spend a day at.

The train tracks which are shown in so many movies, the Hogwarts Express tracks are actually real, and they exist in Glenfinnan Viaduct, Lochaber in Scotland. This place is shown properly in the starting of ‘Chamber Of Secrets’ when Ron and Harry fly to Hogwarts.

Platform 9 ¾ in King’s Cross Station in London actually has a spot for Harry Potter fans where they can take pictures. There is also a gift shop right next to it.

The Reptile House from the first movie is actually in The London Zoo.

Reptile House

Hogwarts Lake, where the 4th movie was shot and also where the second task takes place is in Glencoe, Scotland.

The Millennium Bridge in London is the bridge that gets destroyed by Death Eaters in the 6th movie. You can actually take a peaceful stroll on this bridge if you are ever in London.

To see it all and have the best time ever, you should visit the major attractions; there are 3 that come to mind. The Warner Bros tour for Harry Potter in London has all of the original props and sets, Universal Studios in Los Angeles and Florida, are the other two. These three places are guaranteed to make you infinitely happy.


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