Another from the ‘pet’ shop. Looks like a really fat phoenix.
Another interactive area was Gringott’s. Again, waited for someone to activate the dragon. The heat off of that fireball was pretty astonishing, considering it was 30m in the air at least.
The amount of posts and other things in the water in this shot was insane and obnoxious. Took a good 20 minutes getting rid of them.
I was not very far from buying a wand myself, though £25 is pretty pricey.
Authenticity of staff was very impressive. Even the clipboard has character, even if it’s muggle tech.
Honeydukes was probably the best decorated shop in the whole park. Points for seeing the Temper Trap pun.
Loved all the little accents around King’s Cross at HP world, like this owl cage and suitcase.
This took some timing. The “interactive” wands could activate things like sprinklers, mechanisms and fog machines. I walked past this spot probably 20 times but managed to catch it at the time somebody was setting off the mist.
If I had to pick a photo to remind me what HP world was like, it would be this one.