The Wizarding World of Harry Potter: Diagon Alley opened officially on July 8, 2014 and features a variety of carefully recreated shops, restaurants and entertainment situated throughout Diagon Alley and the adjacent areas of Horizont Alley, Carkitt Market and Knockturn Alley. After walking down Diagon Alley, you arrive at the cross-street Horizont Alley which is marked by Gringotts Wizarding bank and several shops and restaurants. The featured attraction is Harry Potter and the Escape From Gringotts – a multi-sensory, multi-dimensional journey that combines an indoor roller-coaster with a 3D dark ride themed around an incredible adventure where riders navigate their way through the perils of the Gringotts vaults and encounter many familiar friends and foes.
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Exteriors & Environment
Shops & Restaurants
Wizeacre’s Wizarding Equipment
Visitors will find a variety of wizarding wares and supplies including crystal balls, telescopes, binoculars, armillary spheres, compasses, magnifying glasses and hourglasses. Don’t miss the unique selection of apparel and accessory products from your favorite Hogwarts™ house!
This colourful shop is filled with displays of owls, toads, Hippogriffs, unicorns and other magical creatures depicted in the Harry Potter™ books and movies.
Fountain of Fair Fortune
Named after a short story in the Tales of Beedle the Bard this pub sells a modest selection of Potter-themed drinks but does contain an exclusive Butterbeer souvenir mug that you will not find in Hogsmeade village. You can also get a cup of Butterbeer soft-serve here, usually with a much shorter wait than at the ice cream shop next door. Drinks include: Butterbeer, Frozen Butterbeer, Fishy Green Ale, Gillywater, Wizard’s Brew, Dragon Scale, Draught Beer