The scaffolding is down - and now we can see just how closely Universal's Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Diagon Alley will resemble real-world London.
The waterfront area of the new land at Universal Studios Florida is now visible to guests at the park, although Diagon Alley itself remains hidden away behind construction walls. Among the elements that are now visible is the frontage of Kings Cross Station, which will act as the Diagon Alley terminal for the Hogwarts Express train ride.
The two videos below offer a great look at the Diagon Alley facades. The first comes from AllAroundOrlando:
The second video comes from Orlando Attractions Magazine:
The final video is the latest teaser from Universal Orlando. Although it features no actual footage of the new Wizarding World, it does include shots of Diagon Alley and the Hogwarts Express from the movies, hinting at the kinds of experiences that the area will offer:
Want to know more about Diagon Alley? Check out our extensive guides to the Hogwarts Express, the Gringotts Bank roller coaster, the area's shops and restaurants and the interactive experiences that are likely to be on offer.
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