Diagon Alley

The high street of magic, located in London. It is currently accessible to the public (weather magical or not) the street is an economic hub and has a wide verity of shops.

The building is in Diagon Alley are:
- Eeylops Owl Emporium
The seller of owls and owl related products; such as owl treats and cages. Inside, it is dark and full of soft hooting, rustling, and the flickering of "jewel-bright eyes.
- Florean Fortescue’s Ice Cream Parlour
Selling ice cream and other treats, which can be enjoyed at outdoor tables, the candy-coloured building is currently under the management of Hellan Fortescue, Florean Fortescue’s niece.
- Flourish & Blotts
Variety of magic books, including textbooks for Hogwarts courses and other books of general magical interest. the shop was expanded into a much larger building and now has 6 floors, each devoted to a different field of study, and is decorated to match.
- Gringotts Wizarding Bank
Now one of 5 wizarding banks across England, Gringotts stands much un-changed, its security systems now a cross-mishmash of enchantments and modern technology, and is currently making arrangements to become affiliated with lloyds tsb.
- The Leaky Cauldron
The Leaky Cauldron is a dark, shabby pub/inn, offering food, drinks and rooms to rent. It was founded by Daisy Dodderidge (1467–1555) in 1500 “to serve as a gateway between the non-wizarding world and Diagon Alley.”
The current Inn keeper is Elinor Hinegild (a squib) from a well-known family in the wizarding community, as the family’s youngest Rory is the captain of the Irish National Quidditch team.
- Rayland’s Robes
Is a small clothing shop, owned by Harold Rayland, selling robes for all occasions from school to formal events, Inside the shop he organises his small team of 3 staff members, tailoring the robes to fit their customers.
- Margret’s magical creatures
A magical creature shop that in addition to selling magical creatures offers advice on animal care and health. the building is cramped, with a tall ceiling from witch some cages are hung up, while the building has a split level separating magical and non-magical creatures, the building is noisy and warm and a few animals are kept at the store front, to draw attention to the building. While the owner and her husband help customers and offer what would be the best pet for them while a large black dog, Donglebum acts as security for the building, as they could never find it a permanent owner.
- The Wooden Shaft
A stout, wooden and brick building the The Wooden Shaft was opened in 2009 is run by Lawrence Reese and his son Duncan Reese. While Lawrence is usually the one to serve customers, Duncan crafts the wands. ready as new students enter school or break their old wands, the Wooden Shaft, is ready for its customers. it’s interior is covered in shelf upon shelf of boxes of different shapes and sizes all containing individual wands, with odd labels that are seemingly only understood by the shop-keeps themselves, the room smells musty and is warm with a golden glow to it and a large solid wood desk sat in the middle of the room while in the back is a separate, office and craft room where Duncan sits and crafts individual wands through the day.
- Quality Quidditch Supplies
Selling broomsticks and Quidditch-related items. The store windows often draw young customers to gaze longingly at the merchandise, with the newest famous brooms on display and signed images of famous Quidditch players for sale, as well as other nick-naks
- Slug and Jiggers Apothecary
The Apothecary sells scales, potions and potion ingredients. The shop is quite fascinating despite its very bad smell (a mixture of bad eggs and rotten cabbage). The inside includes barrels of slimy stuff on the floor, jars of herbs, dried roots and bright powders on the shelves, and bundles of feathers, strings of fangs and snarled claws hanging from the ceiling.
- Gilmore’s Glorious Goods
Standing where the Wiseacre’s Wizarding Equipment used to be, its is a wide single story building, the buildings design could be described as “the worst or best funhouse to enter, based on your opinion” The entryway has no door, but rather many beads and cloth drapes that are meant to be pushed aside, The interior however magically enchanted to be bigger than its exterior and is quite a large two-story building, Incense and perfumes permeate the place and A series of ever burning candles in sconces adorn the walls, the store sells a grate verity of items from enchanted rings to, little nick-knacks that have either been enchanted by a previous owner to be re-circulated to the shop through the items owner or the ministry of magic, while other items have been crafted by the store owner, Shaun Gilmore and the stores assistant Sherri. ((yes, this is a reference to Critical roll))
- Borgin & Burkes
An antique shop, which specializes in the Dark Arts, located in Knockturn Alley
- Stalls
As well as many shops, Diagon Alley also contains small stalls, which sell a wide variety of magical objects, sweets, and trinkets. such as a popcorn machine with a miniature dragon, acting as the cooking devise.

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