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You Can Now Buy A Lego Harry Potter Diagon Alley Set

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You Can Now Buy A Lego Harry Potter Diagon Alley Set

Calling all Potterheads: you can now buy a Lego Harry Potter Diagon Alley Set - and it's gone straight to the top of our wish lists.

When all the shops are complete, it's the longest Lego set ever, measuring a whopping 1.24 metres.

In other words, be prepared for the giant set to take over whichever room you choose to build it in.

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(Credit: Lego)
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The epic 5,544-piece set features all the magical shops from the film franchise.

You'll build Quality Quidditch Supplies, Ollivanders wand shop, Scribbulus Writing Implements and the Daily Prophet.

Elsewhere, you can piece together Flourish & Blotts bookshop, Florean Fortescue's Ice Cream Parlour and Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes.

(Credit: Lego)
(Credit: Lego)
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The set is modular, meaning that you can get creative and swap around the order of the shops, or build part of the set if space is limited.

There are 14 dinky figurines too, ranging from key characters Harry, Hermione, Fred and George Weasley to unexpected additions like the Daily Prophet photographer and Florean Fortescue.

Launching 1st September at Lego stores and the official Lego Harry Potter website, the set doesn't come cheap - we're talking about a price tag of £369.99.

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Better start saving now, then. We can see this making a great centre piece in our living room!

Elsewhere in the world of Harry Potter, you can now visit a magical new wizarding-themed tearoom in Sheffield.

The Steel Cauldron opened last month and is filled with battered suitcases, leather-bound books, sparkling lights and mismatched chairs.

There's a giant tree in the centre trailing gems and feathers, and a piano tucked into one corner.

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(Credit: The Steel Cauldron)
(Credit: The Steel Cauldron)

Muggles can't move far without coming across cabinets crammed with curiosities - think quill pens, apothecary-style bottoms and scrolls.

The Wizards Tea costs £15 and gets you a delicious magical-themed feast, including Yorkshire Cauldrons (think sweet and savoury Yorkshire Puds stuffed with fillings like Yorkshire rarebit or salted butterscotch ice cream).

Expect 'Surprise Parcels' of gingercake, chocolate frogs, and 'magic beans' - which can all be washed down with a butterscotch beer shake. Yum!

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To book your visit, head to the website.

Featured Image Credit: Lego

Topics: Harry Potter, Life

Mary-Jane Wiltsher
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