You guys. YOU GUYS. Diagon Alley is on Google Street View.
If you want to believe that it’s simply photos of sets from the Harry Potter movies, that’s your choice. In that case, you might be interested to know that Warner Bros. says the Diagon Alley set itself took more than three months to build. It took six months to create all the products on the shelves, like Weasley’s Wizarding Wheezes and copies of all of Gilderoy Lockhart’s books.
Besides, it’s not like it’s easy for me to take the kids to London to go see the tour in real life. I mean, I keep throwing powder into my fireplace and NOTHING DOING.
Google Street View is the next best thing for me and my Harry Potter-obsessed kids.
Check out some of the cool images below, and then apparate yourself over to Google Street View and explore Diagon Alley!
ZOMG. 1 of 9
Click the arrows to scroll through some of the amazing images of the Diagon Alley set at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London.
Google Street View: Diagon Alley 2 of 9
I will never forget your bravery in the Battle of Hogwarts, Fred Weasley. 3 of 9
Brilliant. 4 of 9
Let’s all go shopping at Madame Malkin’s. 5 of 9
I’m now going to sob about the loss of Hedwig. Again. 6 of 9
For full details, see my published works. 7 of 9
Why isn’t the photo of Bellatrix Lestrange screaming at me? 8 of 9
Remember, it’s pronounced ‘Diagon Alley.’ 9 of 9
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