20 tourist attractions Harry Potter fans should definitely visit

Even with the Harry Potter series over, the effects of the wizarding world and the series of movies with the same name help many destinations and theme parks have a strong appeal to fans.

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Built in the 11th century, Alnwick Castle (England) is where Harry and his friends first learned to ride a broom in the movie "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone". This is also where Harry learns the rules of the game of Quidditch.
The Elephant House (Scotland) is where you can choose a coffee and a book to enjoy the quiet. J.K. Rowling spent a lot of time here writing the Harry Potter story - one of the most famous book series in the world.
Leadenhall Market in London (UK) is Diagon Alley in the Harry Potter movie. The Leaky Cauldron in part 4 "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" is also set in this neighborhood.
The Jacobite (Scotland) is reminiscent of the famous Hogwarts Express train. Between April and October, this train runs from Fort William to Mallaig and passes through a lot of beautiful scenery.

Black Park (Buckinghamshire, England) appears in all the Harry Potter movies. This is the setting of the Forbidden Forest or when Hagrid shows Harry the dragons in "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire".
The Georgian House Hotel, London (UK) offers Harry Potter-themed rooms, with interiors decorated with spellbooks, potions, cauldrons, chests and imitation castle details such as stained glass windows and stone wall. To ensure you get the full Harry Potter experience, the hotel also offers a walking tour of London attractions featured in the film series of the same name.
The theme parks "The Wizarding World of Harry Potter" in Los Angeles, Florida (USA) or Osaka (Japan) always attract a lot of visitors. Here people can go back to their childhood, explore Hogsmeade village and Hogwarts, ride the Hogwarts Express and a variety of shops and eateries in the wizarding world.
If you're a fan of Harry Potter, you can't miss platform 9 3/4. This location is in fact King's Cross station in London, with a check-in point with the famous trolley and souvenir shops about the wizarding world.
The Bodleian Library at the University of Oxford (UK) is associated with the scenes in the library and infirmary at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. To visit the library, you must make a reservation in advance and join a guided tour.
Christ Church Cathedral at Oxford University (UK) is the venue for the parties in the Great Hall of Hogwarts in the Harry Potter movies. Once here, you'll also encounter the familiar stairs where Professor McGonagall met Harry, Hermione and Ron for the first time.
The Harrow School, London, is where scenes from Professor Flitwick's Charms class were filmed, where Hermione (played by Emma Watson) learned to control a feather with the "Wingardium Leviosa" spell from "Harry Potter and Sorcerer's Stone".
"Harry Potter: The Exhibition" is a traveling exhibition around the world where visitors can view thousands of items such as costumes, props, creatures and rooms at Hogwarts from the Harry Potter films. . If interested, visitors should visit the website to check the current location of this exhibit. The newest destination will be Philadelphia, USA in early 2022.

London Zoo (UK) is one of the oldest zoos in the world. If you come here, you should visit the Reptile area, where a Myanmar python appeared in "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" and talk to the boy Harry Potter.

Surely Harry Potter fans cannot ignore the house at No. 4, Privet Drive, Little Whinging, Surrey (England), where the wizard spent his childhood. This suburban house is where the first scenes of Harry and the Dursleys were filmed in "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone".
Goathland Station (UK) suddenly became a tourist attraction, after the filmmakers turned this place into the Hogsmeade village station in the Harry Potter series. This station is the last stop, when wizard students get off the train to start a new school year at Hogwarts.

In room 552 of the Hotel Balmoral (Scotland), author J.K. Rowling has completed the final book of the series, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows". The room is now dubbed the "JK Rowling Suite" and costs £2,500 a night, including a tour and Harry Potter themed cocktails.
Glencoe Valley (Scotland) is the site of many outdoor scenes in the movie "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" and where Hagrid's hut was built. Many movies also choose this place as the setting, such as "Highlander", "Monty Python and the Search for the Holy Grail" or "Rob Roy".
The Seven Sisters Country Park area (East Sussex, England) is a famous scenic spot that also reminds you of the scene from the movie "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire". This is where Harry Potter and the Weasley family went to watch the Quidditch World Cup match.
Loch Shiel (Scotland) was used to shoot scenes on the lake at Hogwarts. The most memorable scene at this lake is when Harry rides on his Buckbeak and flies around the school, in "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban".
Steall Falls, Scotland is a beautiful waterfall, also the place chosen as the setting in "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire", when Harry Potter confronts the Hungarian Thorny Dragon in the Triwizard Tournament.

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