'Harry Potter. Can't tell you how pleased I am to meet you''
Entering the Great Hall, packed with details like the windows, the burning wall lamps and the floating candles that gives the Hogwarts students light while they're eating
The sorting hat: "Hmm, difficult. VERY difficult. Plenty of courage, I see. Not a bad mind, either. There's talent, oh yes. And a thirst to prove yourself. But where to put you?"
Seated at the Great Hall of Hogwarts School
Picture with the characters!
Exploring the hallways of Hogwarts School, where the pictures move with you!
This serious face is just so amazed by all the magic!
Shopping at Diagon Alley, where the "the wand chooses the wizard"
Besides being almost addicted to the latest style in kids clothes, shoes and accessories, we actively seek out fashionable, age appropriate behavior as well. Kids are kids, and even though they love looking stylish, it is necessary to let them be kids and not grow up to fast. You don't want to spoil them the wrong way. We always look for opportunities to entertain Nates' mind with enriching material; a wide array of things - not only clothes, shoes and jewelry - that will help impact the growth of an open, creative mind. Yesterday we went to a Harry Potter tee party at Whimsic Alley. An atmosphere and character fun filled experience we recommend to the fullest! When seated in The Great Hall, Hermine, Harry, and Draco Malfoy served a three story tray of sandwiches and cookies, along with tee and hot chocolate topped with marshmallows and cream! Mingling and playing around, they made sure the meal turned out even greater than it looked! If you wish to dress up, and you don't already have it, you can get everything you need at Diagon Alley, which is adjunct to the Great Hall of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. You do not have to dress up, but it sure doubles the fun if you do. You can also find lots of great wizard costumes at thrift stores! You can get tickets to the tee party here