5 Wizarding World Locations We’d Most Like To Visit

If you’re anything like me, you would trade an entire lifetime in the dreadfully boring muggle world just to spend a handful of days or even hours in the Wizarding World. From the vast halls of Hogwarts to the cobbled streets of Diagon Alley, J.K. Rowling’s world of witches and wizards is full of enchanting, fascinating and terrifying locations, but which is the best?


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For my latest post on The Blog That Must Not Be Named, I’m going to be talking about some of the best magical locations and ranking the ones I’d most like to visit if I were ever transported to the Wizarding World.

Check out the list below:

5. The Burrow

The Burrow might not seem like much, but between the ghoul in the attic and the gnomes in the garden, there’s plenty of fun to be had at the Weasley family home.

4. Newt Scamander’s Case

Newt Scamander’s case might look painfully ordinary, but look a little bit closer and you’ll find some of the most beautiful magical creatures in the Wizarding World.

3. Azkaban Prison

Azkaban might not be a holiday destination, but it would certainly be cool to see more of the Wizarding World‘s scariest prison.

2. Diagon Alley

From Olivanders and Flourish and Blotts to Gringotts Bank, I could spend hours upon hours visiting every shop Diagon Alley has to offer.

1. Hogwarts

I mean, this was pretty much a given…right? Who wouldn’t want to explore the endless corridors of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry?


Which Wizarding World location would you most like to visit? Be sure to let me know in the comments section below!

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