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Shops in Harry Potter Theme Park

Shops in Harry Potter Theme Park

Dervish and Banges

Shops in Harry Potter Theme Park

Dervish and Banges-Shop for magical supplies and wizarding equipment including Spectrespecs, Omnioculars, The Monster Book of Monsters, plus Quidditch™ equipment, Hogwarts™ uniforms, and an array of dragon-related merchandise.

Some Of The Most Expensive and Unusual Harry Potter Souvenirs
The Hogsmeade shop Dervish and Banges is the place to go in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter for serious magical supplies and equipment like the Nimbus Two Thousand or the Firebolt flying broom. Replicas  were available for sale before the Wizarding World officially opened but quickly sold out even though they cost over $200 each.
Other Quidditch equipment available includes Quaffles—the red, leather-covered balls used in the game--and even elusive golden snitches.
In Dervish and Banges, you don’t need to take any risks to claim your own Goblet of Fire or Triwizard Cup replicas, TriWizard clothing and even Hogwarts school robes, shirts and ties.
Available here and at Zonko’s Joke Shop is a Sneakoscope mentioned only in passing in several books. The Sneakoscope, which looks like a glass top, is a handy device, which is supposed to light up, spin, and whistle if someone is doing something untrustworthy nearby. Said to work better than any burglar alarm!
Best display in the entire shop is The Monster Book Of Monsters,  kept locked in a cage with the sign “Warning! Book May Bite!.” This large hairy, sharp-toothed volume reacts violently whenever you pass your hand close to the cage front, advancing forward with a growl and bared fangs.
Not surprisingly, Dervish and Banges typically is crowded and may even have a line waiting to enter.

Filch's Emporium of Confiscated Goods

Filch's Emporium of Confiscated Goods-Here you can see confiscated items and purchase Hogwarts™ and Quidditch™ clothing, house crest banners, movie prop replicas, chess sets, magical creature toys and other assorted treasures.

Filch's Emporium of Confiscated Goods-Here you can see confiscated items and purchase Hogwarts™ and Quidditch™ clothing, house crest banners, movie prop replicas, chess sets, magical creature toys and other assorted treasures. 

Filch’s Emporium of Confiscated Goods, at the exit of the Forbidden Journey ride, is festooned with items reclaimed from rambunctious students, like copies of Quibbler magazine, Whammy Rockets, and bottles of Skele-Gro potion. While those props from the films aren’t for sale, everything else is, including fold-out Marauder Maps ($70 in a handsome wood and glass case), Sorting Hat puppets ($30), and reproduction Death Eater masks ($100). If you want a T-shirt declaring your allegiance to Bellatrix Lestrange or other baddies, this is the place. Of course, you can also view and purchase souvenir photos of your Journey here ($20 for a single print, packages from $30 and up).

Honeydukes

 

Honeydukes, located in IOA’s Wizarding World of Harry Potter, is your shop (and Harry’s shop) for everything sweet.  As a novelty shop, they offer a pretty impressive collection of unique treats, including chocolate frogs and every-flavor beans.

Adjoining Zonko’s is Honeydukes Sweetshop, a pastel candyland that could give Willy Wonka a toothache. Popular items include the “Chocolate Frog” ($10), a solid milk chocolate amphibian that comes with a collectable “famous wizard” trading card, and “Bertie Bott’s Every-Flavour Beans” ($10) with tastes including Ketchup, Black Pepper, and Mashed Potatoes. The treacle fudge is too sugary to swallow, but we can vouch for the yummy dark chocolate Peppermint Toads ($8) and cinnamon “Pepper Imps” ($5).

Zonko's

Zonko's™ Joke Shop offers the best in novelty items, jokes and toys. Take home items such as a Sneakoscope, Extendable Ears, and more, plus sweets like Fever Fudge and Nosebleed Nougat.

Zonko’s Joke Shop stocks fantastical toys like “Fanged Flyer” toothy frisbees, “Comb-a-Chamelon” color-changing hairbrushes, “Screaming Yo-Yos” and “Sneakoscope” spinning tops (all around $10), alongside retro playthings like chattering teeth and tin-toy robots. The hottest seller is the “Pygmy Puff” ($20), a stuffed pink Tribble look-alike that gets a bell-ringing naming ceremony with each adoption; don’t be surprised if they are out of stock (or “breeding”). The upper reaches of the Oriental-styled red shelves are stuffed with strange creatures, vintage Halloween decorations, and curios like a box of “Portable Swamp.” Don’t forget to eavesdrop on the Extendable Ears that dangle from the ceiling near the sales register.

Owl Post

Located in the center of Hogsmeade is the Owl Post. Here you will find a variety of merchandise and also be able to send a letter stamped with a Hogsmeade postmark!

The Owl Post is adjacent to Ollivander’s wand shop and many different types of wands are available for purchase including Harry Potter’s, Dumbledore’s, and Voldemort’s. Birthday wands are also available for every month of the year.