BEEN THERE, DONE THAT: Platform 9 3/4 in King's Cross Station, London, U.K. When I went over to ask a train station attendant worker how to find this spot, I love that he automatically knew where to send me even before I asked the question. "How did you know?" I asked. "You were smiling", he answered. Awesome!!!

Potterheads who love history, fun book and movie facts, and endless amounts of Harry Potter memorabilia should — no, must — visit these themed spots all over the world. From majestic castles and train rides over rolling Scottish hillsides to historic hotels and secret wizarding shops, Muggles fulfilling this Harry Potter travel bucket list will be entirely convinced that magic truly does exist.

HP sets and locations you can actually visit!!!!-----most glorious adventure you will have in London---- seriously on my bucket list!!!

What it's like being a Harry Potter Fan in London :)

On the Trail of Harry Potter: real life places that inspired the books

Trampoline bridge in Paris .. Putting it on the bucket list!

King's Cross Station

Redwood Forest, California

Harry Potter Store at King's Cross Station

What I have learned from Harry Potter

King Johns Tea Room, Lacock, England

original bookstore of harry potter


Harry Potter.

"Where the idea for Harry Potter actually came from, I really couldn’t tell you. I was traveling on a train between Manchester and London and it just popped into my head. I spent four hours thinking about what Hogwarts would be like – the most interesting train journey I’ve ever taken. By the time I got off at King’s Cross, many of the characters in the books had already been invented" - JK Rowling

Summer Bucket List

Harry Potter

I believe I'm overdue.