Grab Your Broomsticks! We're Heading to This Epic Harry Potter Shop in Scotland

Dearest muggles, we just found another addition to your endless Harry Potter travel bucket list, and it'll make you feel like spending all your galleons — er, draining your credit card. Diagon House is a store found in Edinburgh, Scotland, with one location on Cockburn Street and a second on Victoria Street, which served as the main inspiration for J.K. Rowling's depiction of Diagon Alley. The quaint shops are both jam-packed with items that pay tribute to the famous book and movie series, including potion bottles, wands, and all the house-themed merchandise you could ever imagine. Plus, the Diagon House store on Victoria Street is right around the corner from the Elephant House Cafe, the very place where J.K. Rowling famously penned parts of the Harry Potter series.

Ready to bust out your broomsticks — or, ya' know, book a flight to Scotland? Same here! But if you don't have a trip to the UK in the works, you can simply peruse the photos below for a virtual tour through this magical establishment.

Diagon House is on the cutest cobblestone street in Edinburgh

The front windows allow passersby to peek at the goodies inside

People are pretty freakin' psyched about it . . .

. . . so pysched, in fact, that there's usually a line to get in

There are tons of wands to choose from

Even the walls are covered in Harry Potter merchandise

These fine lads are just another reason to want to visit

Which Hogwarts house would you be in?

Dobby is just chillin' on the stairs there

I spy a Marauder's Map!

OK, how awesome are these potion bottles?!

Heck yes, Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Beans!

Need that Hogwarts sign ASAP

We can barely handle the perfection

Booking our flights just to get these adorable coffee mugs!