Diagon Alley From Harry Potter is Now on Google Street View

Ever wanted to wander in the Forbidden Forest or take a shot in Quidditch game? Maybe one day you will, but for now – enter the famous Diagon Alley, the main shopping district in Harry Potter’s universe. Google Maps has added the set of Diagon Alley to it’s Street View collection so you can explore shops of wizard schoolbooks, wands and flying brooms.

It took more than three months to build the whole set and six months to create 20,000 objects and packages to fill the windowshops and shelves. Add a pin to your next trip to London, because you can see all this in real life when visiting the Warner Bros. Studio in Leavesden, Hertfordshire.

Website: maps.google.co.uk


Image: Warner Bros. Studio Tour London


Image: Warner Bros. Studio Tour London


Image: Google UK


Image: Google UK


Image: Google UK

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