There's Now An Entire Floor Dedicated To Harry Potter At Hamleys
It has been over seven years since the final Harry Potter film was released, but we still aren't ready to put our wands away.
We are just coming to terms with the fact that our Hogwarts acceptance letters probably didn't get lost in the post, but we still can't get enough of the magical saga.
Diagon Alley is no longer the cool place for wizards and witches to shop, as Hamleys in London has just unveiled an entire floor dedicated to J.K Rowling's charming books and films.
The Harry Potter Department of Magic in London's Regent Street store is a huge 3,000 square feet big, and there is absolutely everything any budding witch or wizard could possibly need. You better have been saving up all your pennies in Gringotts Bank, as you're going to be spellbound by it all.
There is all the merch that you could ever have wished for, from Quidditch-themed clothing, Horcruxes, and chess sets to wands and yummy/horrid Bertie Bott's Every Flavour Beans to munch on.
There is also a Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them section for fans of Newt Scamander.
As well as magical goodies, Hamleys has demonstrations and ceremonies on how to play Quidditch or perfecting your wingardium leviosa spells.
Hamleys also has a huge Hagrid gracing its store made completely out of tiny, plastic bricks of Lego. Of course, Harry is there too, also made from the same material.
We have saved the best thing to last - well, in our humble opinion, anyway.
The toy store also has the Sorting Hat, meaning you can finally discover which house you are destined to be in. Please not Slytherin. Please not Slytherin!
If you're not going to be gracing the Capital anytime, then you can browse through all Hamley's Harry Potter goodies right here.
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