• Place Great Hangleton, neighbor to Little Hangleton, is found about two hundred miles from Little
• Businesses, merchants, and shops A dimly lit shop in Diagon Alley which, according to the sign, sells tawny, screech, barn, brown, and snowy owls. Hagrid bought Hedwig here for Harry’s eleventh birthday on July 31, 1991 (PS5). Harry also returned later to buy owl nuts – a favorite treat of Hedwig’s (HBP6). Read More
• Mountains, hills, and landforms littered around it. It is where Harry, Hermione, and the Weasleys met up with Amos and Cedric Diggory and
• Houses and addresses Hermione retreated after narrowly escaping the Death Eaters at Malfoy Manor (DH24, and where they stayed
• Houses and addresses still stands in the same condition, as a monument to Harry's triumph over Voldemort (DH17).
• Businesses, merchants, and shops claws hang from the ceiling. The whole place smells very bad, a mixture of bad eggs and rotten cabbage
• Businesses, merchants, and shops "Makers of Fine Wands since 382 B.C," Ollivander's is a narrow and shabby little shop with a window
• Wizarding villages Though a Muggle village, Tinworth has been a place where wizarding families have congregated for
• Houses and addresses workshop, where Gregorovitch most likely made all of his wands, was the scene of a terrible moment for him
• Place Marvolo Riddle killed his father and grandparents, to gossip about the murders. Among the villagers
• Houses and addresses ). Dumbledore's death also led Mad-Eye Moody to place additional enchantments on the house, in order to prevent
• Pubs and inns Introduction Inside the Leaky Cauldron Clientele More information Map of Diagon Alley Photo Essay
• Towns 1995), & Mrs. Diggory the Fawcetts, including Miss Fawcett of Ravenclaw the Lovegoods: Luna and
• Place . Notable wizards from Ireland include Cliodna, Queen Maeve, and Morholt (fw), along with (probably) Seamus
• Regions, counties, and territories the West Country - and the location of the Malfoy mansion (OP15). Wiltshire includes the Avebury
• Businesses, merchants, and shops known to buy magical objects for much less than they're worth, and sell them for far more (CS4, HBP13
• Houses and addresses (reserved for Aunt Marge) Dudley's main bedroom Dudley's spare bedroom, now Harry's room garden with
• Cities Riddle's orphanage St. Mungo's Hospital for Magical Maladies and Injuries Other wizarding places in
• Place A hamlet in Hampshire which was blown up by Archibald Alderton when he tried to mix a birthday cake