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Diagon Alley Alternative Locations: An Index
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Alternative Locations in Diagon Alley

Below, find a list of additional shops and other locations in Diagon Alley for your posting needs! Those who have won “location listing” as a contest prize should contact a member of staff to have their location added.

Flourish & Blotts


A book shop, operating in the north side of Diagon Alley since 1454. Books are crammed into every nook and cranny, with a signing by more acclaimed authors held every few months.

Fudge & Son Desserterie


A newer addition to the street, Fudge & Son sells myriad desserts, both made on site and imported from abroad. The shop is always scented with something baking, and boasts a half-dozen wrought iron tables for those who prefer to sit while they eat.

Ollivander’s Wands


The original site of one of the most well-respected wandmaking franchises in the world. Boasting two floors and a generally better organized atmosphere than its Hogsmeade counterpart, it is the primary wand shopping destination for families based in England and Wales. The shop is closed on Sundays and Mondays.


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