Whether your giftees are fans of “Harry Potter,” “The Lord of the Rings,” or “Narnia,” they will be able to journey to the Scottish Highlands on the Hogwarts Express, Platform 9 3/4, or Oxford to explore famous filming locations. The eight-day tour will fly by – brooms not required.
That Guide With Glasses takes us on a virtual tour of Edinburgh and reveals “Harry Potter” secrets even we didn’t know.
Spoon, an Edinburgh café credited with being one of the birthplaces of early chapters of “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”, has closed its doors due to the financial impact of coronavirus restrictions in Scotland.
Grave-hunting “Harry Potter” fans have caused significant soil damage to Greyfriars Kirkyard. Find out more about the environmental issue here!
One popular store for “Harry Potter” merchandise is facing legal trouble from Warner Bros. for infringing on the company’s intellectual property. Learn more here!
Looking for a “Potter” place to travel to this summer? Look no further!
If you are a passionate Potterhead with £40,000 (about $54,000 USD) lying around, then listen up! An exclusive edition of the first “Potter” book owned by J.K. Rowling’s friend will be going on sale, and yes, this copy includes personal hand-written messages by Rowling herself.
Whether you’re visiting for this year’s Fringe Festival or just visiting on a vacation, Edinburgh is the best place for all things “Potter”!
Annotated by J.K. Rowling in 2013, a rare edition of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” will be officially on display in Edinburgh from December 8 until January 8. Fans will definitely want to check this out!