Diagon Alley is a wizarding shopping alley in London, England behind the Leaky Cauldron pub. The alley contains various restraunts, shops, and other interesting sights. All of the item on the supply list provided for students at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry can be purchased within the shops in the alley. The alley is often thought of as the centre of wizarding London.
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Diagon Alley History
The Leaky Cauldron’s true address is Number One, Diagon alley, and is the second oldest building in the alley. It seems that the only shop which is older than the Leaky Cauldron is Ollivanders, which contains records dating back to the fourth century BCE. The rest of Diagon Alley was likely built around the two buildings, and became the alley of shops it is today.
People Also Ask
What stores are in Diagon Alley?
Inside the Department of Mysteries is where wizards store and research things that are enigmas, liked love, death, time, space and thought. O
Can Muggles go to Diagon Alley?
The witches and wizards that work at the Department of Mysteries are referred to ask Unspeakables because their work is confidential.
What is the difference between Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley?
The brains in the department of mysteries were held in a large tank and used by Unspeakables at the Ministry of Magic to study human thought as they seemed to have a certain amount of sentience.