This is the best part.
Window shopping! But it’s not just window shopping, it’s window shopping at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
Dogweed and Deathcap is a shopfront only, with windows that show some of their exotic plants. There’s a mandrake (I’m assuming) that moves and wails in one of the window.
“ They went into Gladrags Wizardwear to buy a present for Dobby, where they had fun selecting the most lurid socks they could find, including a pair patterned with flashing gold and silver stars, and another that screamed loudly when they became too smelly.”
Potage’s Cauldron Shop sells, not surprisingly, cauldrons.
Scrivenshaft’s Quill Shop
Spintwitches, the quiddich shop, shows a quiddich set, with the bludgers struggling against the chains.
The line at Ollivanders, the wand shop, was looong. So I passed going in, but apparently they put on a bit of a show where one person gets chosen to have a wand choose you.
Dervish and Banges. Here you’ll find The Monster Book of Monsters baring its fangs, broomsticks that move inside.
The Magic Neep is the greengrocer in Hogsmeade. You can buy fruits from the cart in front of the store.
Tomes and Scrolls is the bookshop, with its windows filled with Gilderoy Lockhart books.
J. Pippin’s Potions
McHavelock’s Wizarding Headgear
This store is next to Honeydukes near one of the entrances, and this is complete proof that I didn’t take enough photos!
The Three Broomsticks. Although not a shop, the stacks of pots and pans were adorable. The second photo is down an alley and see the kitchen window and hear the audio of dishes clanking and dishes being washed.
Aaaand Honeydukes! My favourite shop obviously. But you know what happened when I got here? My phone died. I got a few photos but they had windows with a gigantic chocolate frog, fairy floss and Bertie Bott’s Every Flavour Beans.