It’s called “Diagon House”, and it’s on the street that inspired Diagon Alley.
Guys, put down your copy of Defence Against The Dark Arts, and feast your eyes on this:
Isn't it magical?
It’s Diagon House, a Harry Potter shop in Edinburgh, and it’s on the exact street that inspired Diagon Alley!
The shop is in an old building on Victoria Street; a gorgeous split-level lane in central Edinburgh.
It's just a five-minute walk away from The Elephant House Café on George IV Bridge, where J.K. Rowling famously wrote sections of the first Harry Potter book.
And it’s packed to the rafters with awesome things.