Fans hunting for the magic, wands and goblins of the Harry Potter series will have a new place to find them after Universal Studios announced they are set to expand their theme park dedicated to the bespectacled hero.
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter will add a new area called Diagon Alley to the park, doubling its size in the process.
The new attraction, which opens to the public on 8 July, expands the original Harry Potter world modelled on Hogsmeade Village in the JK Rowling books.
Rides feature trolls, dragons and live special effects to get fans much closer to the real thing.
Diagon Alley is based on the fictional London location portrayed in the books and movies.
Speaking about the Orlando opening, JK Rowling said:
The outer facade of Kings Cross Station will also welcome guests to the new attraction, before they ride a real Hogwarts Express train to the new area.
A video showing the construction of the new area was put online by Universal Studios:
A spokesman for Universal Studios said:
The Diagon Alley experience is set to open at Universal Studios, Florida on 8 July.
A two-park ticket for one day costs $136 (£80) and for children it's $130 (£76).