Harry Potter fans rejoice, the set of Diagon Alley has been added to Google Maps, meaning fans from all around the world can visit the magical street from JK Rowling’s famous books.
From any computer with a browser, it’s possible to explore 360-degree images of Diagon Alley - complete with Ollivanders, Flourish & Blotts and Quality Quidditch Supplies.
The set is part of the Warner Brothers Studio Tour, based in Leavesden, Hertfordshire, which opened in March 2012, complete with sets and props from the film.
The Diagon Alley set took three months to complete, with a further six months to make the props.
Make sure Adobe Flash Player is installed on your computer, then head to Google Maps, click on the Street View icon and start exploring.