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Shops and products in The Wizarding World of Harry Potter:


[edit] Shops

[edit] Dervish and Banges

In The Wizarding World of Harry Potter is a recreation of the shop Dervish and Banges in Hogsmeade. Visitors can buy various things in the shop, that was shown in the Harry Potter films.

In a conference call on January 28, 2010 with Thierry Coup, vice president of creative development for Universal Creative. It was revealed that there will be wand accessories that can also be bought.

The Monster Book of Monsters is on display in this store.

[edit] Products

  • Bludger
  • Cauldrons
  • Firebolts
  • Golden Snitch
  • Marauder's Map
  • Nimbus 2000
  • Remembrall
  • Robes
  • Quaffle
  • Quibbler
  • Spectrespecs
  • Wands

[edit] Filch's Emporium of Confiscated Goods

Filch's Emporium of Confiscated Goods is a gift shop visitors enter after riding Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey located in Wizarding World of Harry Potter Theme Park in Universal Studios in Orlando Florida. It contains Argus Filch's confiscated items from the students of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

Items on display from the Harry Potter films include Filch's Secrecy Sensor, a bottle of Skele-Gro, a Fanged Flyer, a Crystal Incantation Comet, and a Whack Trance Whammy Rocket.

[edit] Products

  • Death Eater Mask
  • Golden Snitch
  • Hogwarts House Scarfs
  • House Crest Pins
  • Leather Journals
  • Omnioculars

[edit] Honeydukes

A recreation of Honeydukes shop was built in The Wizarding World of Harry Potter located in the Islands of Adventure in Universal Orlando Resorts. The visitors will be able to buy magical sweets of Hogsmeades sweetshop.

[edit] Treats

  • Acid Pops
  • Bertie Bott's Every Flavour Beans
  • Canary Creams
  • Caramel Apples
  • Cauldron Cake
  • Chocoballs
  • Chocolate Cauldrons
  • Chocolate Frog
  • Chocolate Skeleton
  • Chocolate Wand
  • Clippy's Clip Joint Clippings
  • Edible Dark Mark
  • Fizzing Whizzbees
  • Fudge Flies
  • Fudge
  • Honeydukes Candy Jars
  • Honeydukes Lollipops
  • Honeydukes Milk Chocolate
  • Honeydukes Salt Water Taffy
  • Ice Mice
  • Pepper Imps
  • Peppermint Toad
  • Pink Coconut Ice
  • Pumpkin Juice
  • Pumpkin Tart
  • Rock cake
  • Skeletal Sweets
  • Sugar Quill
  • Treacle fudge
  • Ton-Tongue Toffee

[edit] Owl Post

The Owl Post is a place where you can buy official stamps from The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and send letters with a certified Hogsmeade postmark. This is also the exit for the Ollivander's Wand Shop attraction where guests can purchase their wands.

[edit] Zonko's Joke Shop

A recreation of Zonko's Joke Shop in Hogsmeade is located in The Wizarding World of Harry Potter in the Islands of Adventure in Orlando. Visitors are able to buy various wizard joke articles from this shop.

In a conference call on January 28, 2010 with Thierry Coup, vice president of creative development for Universal Creative. It was revealed that Zonko's shop is the largest shop in The Wizarding World of Harry Potter Theme Park.

[edit] Products

  • Chinese Fortune Sticks
  • Extendable Ears
  • Duck on Bike
  • Fanged Flyer
  • Inflatable Tongue
  • Jacob's Ladder
  • Pygmy Puff
  • Robot Lilliput
  • Rubby O' Chicken
  • Screaming Yo-yo
  • Sneakoscope

[edit] Ollivander's Wand Shop

Ollivander's Wand Shop is an interactive attraction in the The Wizarding World of Harry Potter in the Islands of Adventure in Orlando. The attraction will be a recreation of Ollivander's Wand Shop on the Diagon Alley. The attraction will use the premise of "the Wand chooses the Wizard"

[edit] Products

13 different Birthday wands

Noble wands

[edit] Storefronts

[edit] Dogweed and Deathcap

Dogweed and Deathcap was a shop in Hogsmeade that sold exotic plants and flowers.

[edit] Behind the scenes

"Dogwoods" are a genus of around forty species of mostly deciduous woody plants growing as shrubs and trees. "Deathcaps" are a poisonous fungus that can be lethal if ingested.

[edit] Dominic Maestro's

Dominic Maestro's was a music shop in Hogsmeade, run by Dominic Maestro, a musician, who once got an award at Hogwarts, possibly for exceeding in Music.

[edit] Gladrags Wizardwear

Gladrags Wizardwear is a clothing store in Hogsmeade, founded in 1750, with branches in London and Paris. It is full of quirky merchandise and appears to specialise in strange and unusual socks.

Gladrags took out a large billboard-size advertisement at the final of the 1994 Quidditch World Cup.

Harry Potter visited the Hogsmeade branch of Gladrags in 1995 to buy a pair of novelty socks for Dobby's birthday present.

[edit] Behind the scenes

  • Gladrags is a slang term for clothing purchased vintage or from a consignment shop.
  • Handbags and Gladrags was the name of a 1967 song written by Mike d'Abo, who was at the time the lead singer for Manfred Mann.
  • There is a magazine based out of India called Gladrags, which focuses on the modelling industry and the Ms. India contest.
  • Gladrags is also the name of a company that specialises in organic cloth feminine products.

[edit] J. Pippin's Potions

J. Pippin's Potions was a chain of apothecaries established in 1753. J. Pippin's sold "potions for all ailments". There were branches in Diagon Alley and Hogsmeade.

[edit] McHavelock's Wizarding Headgear

McHavelock's Wizarding Headgear was a wizarding headgear shop in Hogsmeade.

[edit] Etymology

"McHavelock" may derive from "Mc" (Welsh), which means "the son of", and "Havelock" (english), which means "a light cloth covering for a military cap, falling over the back of the neck for protection against the sun".

[edit] Potage's Cauldron Shop

Potage's Cauldron Shop was the first store one encountered when entering Diagon Alley from behind the Leaky Cauldron. It sold all types of cauldrons, displaying them in a stack outside the shop, under a sign which said: "Cauldrons - All Sizes - Copper, Brass, Pewter, Silver - Self-Stirring - Collapsible."

[edit] History


During the Christmas holidays, Potage's was temporarily closed, due "to some faulty cauldrons causing a stir"

[edit] Behind the scenes

This was the first wizarding location, aside from the Leaky Cauldron, to be introduced in the series. The shop's name is not revealed in the books. It is only given in a tour of Diagon Alley included on the DVD of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, and in the Game Boy Color version of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.

[edit] Scrivenshaft's Quill Shop

Scrivenshaft's Quill Shop is a writing supplies store in Hogsmeade. It sells various quills, parchment and stationery needed for students at Hogwarts. The shop stock includes stationery such as rainbow ink and extra-large quills. However, students usually prefer to visit Zonko's Joke Shop or Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes when it comes to buying special quills such as joke quills and sugar quills. Scrivenshaft's is visited by Hermione Granger on at least one occasion when she wants to purchase a new quill.

[edit] Spintwitches

Spintwitches was a shop in Hogsmeade that sold sporting goods.

[edit] The Magic Neep

The Magic Neep was a magical greengrocers' in Hogsmeade

[edit] Behind the scenes

In the Scots language, "neeps" means "turnips".

[edit] Tomes and Scrolls

Tomes and Scrolls was a specialist bookshop in Hogsmeade. It was established in 1768

[edit] Wiseacre's Wizarding Equipment

Wiseacre's Wizarding Equipment is a shop in Diagon Alley that sells a wide variety of magical instruments like telescopes and hourglasses.

[edit] Behind the scenes

  • The Wiseacre's Wizarding Equipment shop's name is not revealed in the books. It is only given in the "Tour Diagon Alley" feature included on Disc 2 of the DVD release of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.
  • The shop is showcased in Traveler's Tales Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4 game. Players are able to purchase 'fun spells' with LEGO studs at the Diagon Alley store; spells from the Harry Potter universe for causing mischief as you explore Hogwarts, like changing other character's appearances, causing them to dance or even belch slugs. Special spells can be found on the upper level of the shop by entering game codes.

[edit] Etymology

A "wiseacre", which is derived from the word "wise", refers to a person who claims to be knowledgeable about everything (but is not).