Halloween may be over, but Harry Potter followers still have an excuse to don their favorite wizard-inspired garbs: There’s a real-life Diagon Alley in this muggle world of ours, and it is open to anyone who wants to visit!
Y’ALL I Get TO ACTUAL DIAGON ALLEY !! pic.twitter.com/ uRYrE1A 4XW
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Jonathan Cavity, a Seattle father of two little girls, is credited with bringing to life the magical, imaginary shopping neighborhood. It peculiarity 30 storefronts and numerous quintessential wizarding entries, including a 3D-printed gilded canary, potions, and store signs.
Chambers does not take all of the ascribe for this epic initiation himself. The insight for this DIY Diagon Alley came from his daughters, who advocated it was necessary to the theme of his Halloween project. And while he said out-of-pocket overheads descended around $2,500 – $3,000, most of the materials and affords were given by the community.
About 2,000 beings had now been called the supernatural alley, collecting about $3,000 for pancreatic research.
If you did not make it in time for Halloween, agonizes not. The showing will be open through New Years.
H/ T Geekwire
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