Visiting the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure? This post shares tips and ideas on how to tour Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley as a family. Ideas on which Ollivanders to visit, things to put on your "must-do" list and more! Wands at the ready!

**This is NOT a sponsored post. Just sharing our experience!**

We spent a week at Walt Disney World and Universal, thanks to my parents. What an adventure! After scouring Pinterest, I learned that there was no post, anywhere, that could really walk me through planning an entire trip to Disney. Throughout the series, I shared our days at the parks, tips and tricks, taming the souvenir beast, money saving ideas, things we learned and photos we captured. They’re all linked below. Enjoy!

Day 1: HDYDI – Plan a Multi-Generational Disney Vacation
Day 2: What We Wore to Disney 
Day 3: EPCOT: A Mom’s Guide 
Day 4: Magic Kingdom: Plan a Visit That’s Fun for All Ages
Day 5: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal: A Family Guide (this post!)
Day 6: Animal Kingdom & Hollywood Studios: All in One Day!

Day 7: Character Meals & Meet/Greets: 13 Tips to Make Them Awesome
Day 8: 10 Things to Buy/Borrow/Make For Your Disney Vacation
Day 9: 6 Tips to Capture Your Disney Vacation on Film
Day 10: Meeting Anna & Elsa: An Honest Account 

When we chose to visit Universal, we did so with only one intention: to immerse ourselves into the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Yes, there are Minions and Dr. Suess, crazy rollercoasters and plenty of stunt spectaculars. But we love Harry, especially our oldest. A lot. Just check here and here. This post is all about navigating the two Harry Potter worlds, located in Universal Orlando and Islands of Adventure, with your family. No post – not one – talked about how to visit the parks, what to see, how to swing lunch and all the cool things there are to do. Welcome to that post.

Wands at the ready? Let’s go.

Express Passes and Photo Connect
Let’s just start by saying that Universal is not Disney. It’s not that the parks aren’t clean (they are), or the staff isn’t friendly (they just weren’t quite as nice as WDW). Just know that if you’ve gotten used to a Disney experience, Universal is its own beast. Knowing that, there are no free passes to ride like Disney’s Fast Pass system. You can utilize Express Passes, but it costs a cool $50 for one park or $60 for two. Take that times 14 people and, um, no. I did have a friend who sprung for the VIP Experience which is $300+park ticket. It gives you front-of-the-line access, free parking and lots of other perks. You might consider that for a person or two in your group. But again, a very pricey option.

Photo Connect is Universal’s version of Memory Maker. A one-day card costs $40 or a three-day pass is $60. The problem? If you spend all your time with Harry, photographers are only in two locations – TWO. That’s ridiculous. If we spent more than one day at Universal, I might’ve considered it, but because we spent all our time in Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley, that was a negative. And, I rarely saw any photographers in the parks except at the entrance. For that, we can use our own camera!

Rider Swap
They do have child swap, but you don’t get a ticket like at Disney. You actually have to find the staff member and say, “Hey, remember me? I’m a rider swap.” Not super efficient and we did get one push-back from one. She was all “you need to bring your child in line and then wait.” And I was all, “that baby is asleep, so let’s see what we can work out.” It’s possible I was slightly sassier, but only I’ll know the truth.

Park Crowd Level
3/10 (Universal Studios), 4/10 (Islands of Adventure), both below average and boy, was that nice!

Where Everything Is
It took me forever to figure out the two parks. Maybe you’re not a slow learner like me. Universal has two parks and the Hogwarts Express connects them both. On one side (Islands of Adventure), you’ll find the older Harry Potter, including Hogsmeade, Honeydukes and the three rides (Forbidden Journey, Hippogriff and Dragon Challenge). The other side (Universal Studios) is the newer Harry Potter, including Diagon Alley, Weasleys’, Escape from Gringotts and the Knight Bus. There is an Ollivander’s Wand Shop in both (I have a definite preference on which one to visit, see below). I hope that helps you get your bearings.

Visiting the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure? This post shares tips and ideas on how to tour Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley as a family. Ideas on which Ollivanders to visit, things to put on your "must-do" list and more! Wands at the ready!

A FAMILY TOURING GUIDE

Decide if you want to stick to seeing just Hogsmeade or Diagon Alley, or if you want to visit both. That will determine the type of ticket you purchase. Universal has a Park-to-Park ticket which allows you entrance to both, as well as access to ride the Hogwarts Express. You can only ride the train if you have P2P admission. Oh, and there are no magic bands. What?! I know. You have to keep up with a paper ticket. Please don’t ask me how stressful that was. You must produce it each time you ride the train.

You can realistically see both parks in one day. That is, if you’re simply sticking to Harry Potter. There are only four rides. Diagon Alley has Escape from Gringotts, while Hogsmead has The Forbidden Journey, Flight of the Hippogriff and Dragon Challenge. The remainder of Harry Potter is all about the experience – from the butterbeer to Honeyduke’s and Weasley’s to Ollivander’s and everything in between.

Be prepared for quite the experience. If you’ve read the books, you’ll love this park even more than those who are strictly movie lovers. You’ll catch all the nuances. All the inside jokes. All the cool touches. Universal really outdid themselves. I will freely admit when we stepped foot into Diagon Alley, I teared up. That’s so silly to type, but when you have loved this series as long as our family has, you can’t help but appreciate the details. You can see the hand JK Rowling had in every aspect of these parks. It’s phenomenal.

Visiting the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure? This post shares tips and ideas on how to tour Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley as a family. Ideas on which Ollivanders to visit, things to put on your "must-do" list and more! Wands at the ready!

Get there early. I keep saying this, but it’s true. We arrived for a 9am opening shortly after 8am. That meant great parking (in a covered garage, no less!) and easy access to the parks. You do have to walk quite a ways before you actually make it to the gates, so be prepared. The cool thing is Universal is known for opening it’s gates even before the posted opening time. In our case, they opened them at 8:45. Holla.

Visiting the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure? This post shares tips and ideas on how to tour Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley as a family. Ideas on which Ollivanders to visit, things to put on your "must-do" list and more! Wands at the ready!

Visiting the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure? This post shares tips and ideas on how to tour Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley as a family. Ideas on which Ollivanders to visit, things to put on your "must-do" list and more! Wands at the ready!

Hit the newest rides/attractions first. When we visited in May 2015, we chose Diagon Alley (Universal Studios) first. This was the latest addition and Escape from Gringotts was the newest ride. We were among the first ones in line. For the thrill level? It’s high and it can be a bit scary. We took our kids, ages 14, 11 and 7 on this ride. My 5 and 9yos wanted nothing to do with it. Both are the sensitive ones in the bunch. While I would never take them on this one until they’re older, my 7yo had zero fear and wanted to ride it again. You just have to know your kids. If you’re unsure, ask about rider swap, check it out and if you think it’s okay, you can ride it again with your child. Oh, and that dragon breathes fire on the half hour. Be prepared!

Visiting the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure? This post shares tips and ideas on how to tour Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley as a family. Ideas on which Ollivanders to visit, things to put on your "must-do" list and more! Wands at the ready!

Visit Ollivanders in Diagon Alley. There is an identical store in Hogsmeade (Islands of Adventure), but the line is notoriously long. After the Gringotts ride, we went straight to Ollivanders because hello, we were in Diagon Alley! It was practically empty which meant that we could really take our time looking around and choosing “the” wand. They have a small show where Ollivander chooses one guest so the wand can choose the wizard. It’s very cool and a great introduction to the store. The shop keepers there were incredibly patient, answering my kids’ endless questions. Plus, you get to see all the character’s wands and choose the one you love. They do have “interactive wands,” but they only work in the park. Instead of purchasing those, we just looked for the people that had one to see what their wands did throughout the park. That was good enough for us. After we walked around Diagon Alley for a short bit, we walked back out to check out the Knight Bus and Kreacher.

Visiting the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure? This post shares tips and ideas on how to tour Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley as a family. Ideas on which Ollivanders to visit, things to put on your "must-do" list and more! Wands at the ready!

Hop on the Hogwarts Express. We jumped on the train at Kings Cross. Zero wait and the train ride over and back is amazing. A ride in and of itself. It lasts about 4-5 minutes. Think death eaters, a whispering Ron, Hermoine and Harry in the hallway and a waving Hagrid as you look out the window. Oh, and the air conditioning in the station is divine!Visiting the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure? This post shares tips and ideas on how to tour Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley as a family. Ideas on which Ollivanders to visit, things to put on your "must-do" list and more! Wands at the ready!

Visiting the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure? This post shares tips and ideas on how to tour Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley as a family. Ideas on which Ollivanders to visit, things to put on your "must-do" list and more! Wands at the ready!

Visiting the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure? This post shares tips and ideas on how to tour Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley as a family. Ideas on which Ollivanders to visit, things to put on your "must-do" list and more! Wands at the ready!

Do the “big three” at Hogsmeade: Forbidden Journey, Flight of the Hippogriff and Dragon Challenge. I will say Forbidden Journey is much like Gringotts. Intense and not for the motion-sick rider, as is Dragon Challenge. The Hippogriff coaster is short and my 5yo rode it. He screamed the whole way, but still rode it. While we waited for some of the bigs to ride the thrillers, we were able to catch some great entertainment on the stage, like the Frog Choir.

Visiting the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure? This post shares tips and ideas on how to tour Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley as a family. Ideas on which Ollivanders to visit, things to put on your "must-do" list and more! Wands at the ready!

Eat lunch before the crowds hit. Universal doesn’t allow for coolers to be brought in, unlike Disney. We opted to grab lunch at 11:30 at Three Broomsticks in Hogsmeade before the lunch crowd arrived. That way, while everyone else was eating lunch, we’d be touring Hogsmeade. The seating there is pretty fabulous. Once you place your order, you move to a numbered station to pick it up and then a staff member assists you in finding a table. With our large group of 10 (my brother and his family ended up touring the rest of Universal that day) it was a fantastic help. Oh, and don’t forget to order a butterbeer!

After lunch, visit Honeydukes. Or, as my kids like to call it the place that induces sugar comas. I tried to steer the kids toward purchasing candy that they could only find there, like chocolate frogs. After much deliberating, they finally found their winners. Be prepared though, this is a tiny shop so even a few people makes it feel full. We meandered around Hogsmeade for a short bit, popping into a few stores and picking up owl mugs and Gryffindor headbands, but mostly doing a lot of window shopping. That, and soaking in the details at Dervish and Banges, like Ron’s howler, and taking a photo by the Hogwarts Express train.

Visiting the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure? This post shares tips and ideas on how to tour Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley as a family. Ideas on which Ollivanders to visit, things to put on your "must-do" list and more! Wands at the ready!

Visiting the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure? This post shares tips and ideas on how to tour Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley as a family. Ideas on which Ollivanders to visit, things to put on your "must-do" list and more! Wands at the ready!

Load back onto the Hogwarts Express, visit Weasleys’ Wizarding Wheezes. Hogsmeade was really starting to fill up, around 1pm, so we made our way back to Diagon Alley. A sidenote, here. Gianna was really hungry, so I started nursing her on the train and then found a cool, quiet spot in the station to finish. That was so much better than out in the blazing son with tons of people. Diagon Alley has a great selection of entertainment, too, but our main focus was visiting Fred and George’s shop. I mean, can one really pass up the chance to own his own extendable ear? And, yes, it really does work! That store was just too much fun. The shop keepers often referred to our money as muggle currency. Ha!

Visiting the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure? This post shares tips and ideas on how to tour Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley as a family. Ideas on which Ollivanders to visit, things to put on your "must-do" list and more! Wands at the ready!

Visiting the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure? This post shares tips and ideas on how to tour Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley as a family. Ideas on which Ollivanders to visit, things to put on your "must-do" list and more! Wands at the ready!

Visiting the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure? This post shares tips and ideas on how to tour Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley as a family. Ideas on which Ollivanders to visit, things to put on your "must-do" list and more! Wands at the ready!

Tour Diagon Alley. There is so much to see her. So. Much. There’s Borgin and Burkes, where you can see Lucius Malfoy’s wand in the back of the shop. It’s located in Knockturn Alley, of course. When my oldest asked a staff member where it was, he replied, “You sure you wanna go down there, boy?” It’s a little damp, dark and exactly as one would expect it. You can even spy Professor Gilderoy Lockhart in the window at Flourish and Blotts.

Visiting the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure? This post shares tips and ideas on how to tour Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley as a family. Ideas on which Ollivanders to visit, things to put on your "must-do" list and more! Wands at the ready!

Visiting the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure? This post shares tips and ideas on how to tour Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley as a family. Ideas on which Ollivanders to visit, things to put on your "must-do" list and more! Wands at the ready!

Buy more than one butterbeer! Y’all, this stuff was amazing. We drank the frozen kind because we were there in May. It was divine. And, we’ve even found a great recipe that we recreated back home. It was pretty dang close to the Universal one. I’ll have to share that soon.

Visiting the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure? This post shares tips and ideas on how to tour Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley as a family. Ideas on which Ollivanders to visit, things to put on your "must-do" list and more! Wands at the ready!

Stay all day, or head back at night. We stayed from about 9am-3pm. Obviously, I would’ve loved to have stayed longer, or taken a break and come back. I’ve heard Harry Potter at night is spectacular. However, it just wasn’t in the cards, er wands, for us that day. Also, Universal closed early at 7pm which made coming back a bit tricky.

I can say with 100% confidence if you loved the Harry Potter series, you will adore the Wizarding World of Harry Potter! Whatever I missed, please post it in the comments and I’ll be happy to answer.Visiting the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure? This post shares tips and ideas on how to tour Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley as a family. Ideas on which Ollivanders to visit, things to put on your "must-do" list and more! Wands at the ready!

40 Comments

  1. LeAnna on June 1, 2015 at 1:35 pm

    That looks amazing!!! I want to hop on a plane right now and go, lol.

    It reminded me that at the real Kings Cross Station in London they have installed a platform. 9 3/4s. Worth checking out if you’re ever over there.

    • Kathryn on June 4, 2015 at 9:36 pm

      Oh, Lord, please take me to the UK! I would love to see that.

      • LeAnna on June 4, 2015 at 10:50 pm

        It is pretty cool, because it’s just there, built in like it should exist and ain’t no thang. Makes it seem so real! I really hope you get to see it one day! Team Whitaker needs to do a UK Harry Potter trip. If I am ever blessed to move back to Blighty you’d all have at least one place to stay 🙂

  2. Amanda Farnum on June 1, 2015 at 2:18 pm

    We had cell phone reception problems in universal, and staff members confired this is a common problem. Plan accordingly. My husband and I had a plan, but it changed and then we couldn’t find each other bc our texts and phone calls weren’t going through.

    • Kathryn on June 4, 2015 at 9:36 pm

      I’m so glad you mentioned that because I forgot about it!

  3. Lindsay on June 1, 2015 at 8:53 pm

    We’re going in Sept/Oct, and I CAN’T WAIT!!!

    • Kathryn on June 4, 2015 at 9:35 pm

      LUCKY YOU!!

  4. Karen on June 1, 2015 at 9:14 pm

    Awesome! I live near LA and as much as I’d love to see WDW, with Disneyland so close it hardly justifies putting that on the vacation list. But, Harry Potter is definitely something I would fly all the way to Florida for. 🙂

    One thing that isn’t on your list, but I bet you could spend a whole post on (please!) is a HYDI for managing food for a trip like this. My in-laws like to take trips with us and my brother in laws family, we’ve done it twice and I said never again, pretty much because of how the food is managed. We are totally bogged down and behind at breakfast and it just sets up the day poorly. With five kids and six adults, I prefer an organized schedule and my MIL still thinks she’s cooking for four.

    Ok, I’ll stop before I get into a rant. Love the series, this is awesome!

    • Kathryn on June 4, 2015 at 9:35 pm

      It’s totally worth it, Karen! I’ll have to add the food thing to one of my posts – hadn’t even thought about that!

  5. Mary lee on June 3, 2015 at 9:16 am

    I LOVED WWHP when we went 4 years ago! I cannot wait to go back and see the expansion – and take the kids 🙂

    • Kathryn on June 4, 2015 at 9:32 pm

      You will love the expansion – it is absolutely amazing. I loved it more than Hogsmeade!

      • Jenni on December 11, 2015 at 1:49 pm

        IF you had to choose either Hogsmeade or Diagon Ally which would you choose? We will only have one day and I was trying to avoid the cost for the P2P tickets.

        • Kathryn on December 11, 2015 at 1:54 pm

          Oh boy. That’s almost impossible! I think it depends on what you/your kids want to do more. Hogsmeade has more rides (two coasters and Harry’s ride through Hogwarts), plus Honeydukes. Yum. But, Diagon Alley has more “experiences” like Knockturn Alley, Weasley’s with the one ride, Escape from Gringotts. And, if you’re going to get a wand, I think Diagon Alley is the place to get it. Both worlds have Ollivander’s, but the one in DA is a little less crowded if you go there first thing. The good news is both parks are absolutely amazing. If there’s any way you can spring the P2P tickets, you won’t be disappointed. The ride between the two is just as awesome! Oh, and both places offer Butterbeer so at least you’re covered there. Have fun!

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  7. Sarah on June 10, 2015 at 7:40 pm

    i want to go….. soon!!!

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  9. Danielle on June 26, 2015 at 11:48 am

    We are going in November, for one day, only for HP! This post was so helpful – I totally hear you about tearing up when you first entered – I teared up READING it 😉 No doubt my 11 year old will as well. SO excited to share it with her!!!

  10. Francesca on January 9, 2016 at 4:18 pm

    We are planning a trip in March for Spring Break. My kids are huge Harry Potter fans, especially my 14yr old daughter who has read all the books at least 3 times. My question is, in what order should we see the parks? My thought is Diagon Alley first and than Hogsmeade. What would you suggest? We do plan on getting the park to park passes.

    • Kathryn on January 12, 2016 at 10:02 am

      Yes. We saw Diagon Alley first (it’s the newer of the two) and then went to Hogsmeade, riding back on the train to finish our day at Diagon Alley. Have a blast! You will love the Hogwarts Express! Drink a butterbeer for me.

  11. Jill on March 31, 2016 at 9:07 am

    Thanks for all the info. We will be going there this summer. I was just wondering where you got your shirts? I love them!

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  13. Sass on June 22, 2016 at 7:09 pm

    THANK YOU for this! This is the first truly comprehensive info post about both parks that I’ve been able to find. I was hoping to find exactly the answer to the question, “Can we see both Diagon Alley and Hogsmeade in one day?” And you are the only blog/site that had the answer! I’m so thrilled it is YES! This is excellent! I love your blog. Thank you so much.

  14. Tia on August 4, 2016 at 11:22 am

    Some experiences you missed:
    -Looking for platform 9 3/4 by running through walls!
    -Moaning Myrtle in the bathroom in Hogsmeade.
    -The Goblin who will reply to your questions in the Muggle Money Exchange and you could also exchange muggle money for bank notes that could be used like cash in Diagon Alley!
    -Kreacher peaking out the window at Number 12 Grimald Place.
    -Dialing MAGIC at the telephone booth to hear a message from the Ministry.
    -The creepy wizards who stalked you in Knockturn alley.
    -The Vanishing Cabinet in Borgin & Burkes that has a surprise if you listen closely.
    -Sending post cards by owl post outside Dervish and Banges.

    Hope this helps!!!

    -Tia ❤️

    • Kathryn on August 9, 2016 at 2:43 pm

      Those are some great ones. Thank you!

  15. Missie on October 2, 2016 at 8:36 am

    Great tips. Glad I came across this on Pinterest! My husband & I are ooking into taking the kids (9 & 12) over Spring Break. Thanks for more inspiration!

    • Kathryn on October 3, 2016 at 1:52 pm

      Gah! I’m already jealous. They will love it.

  16. Miriam E. on October 5, 2016 at 5:57 pm

    I’m going to the one in Hollywood this weekend! Thanks for all the tips, I find them very helpful!!

    • Kathryn on October 6, 2016 at 1:58 am

      Oh thank you! I’m so happy to hear that. Have a wonderful trip.

  17. Jeannie on November 22, 2016 at 10:35 am

    We are so looking forward to going in May 2017!!! I’m glad I found your pin so I can familiarize myself on what to look for. I’m a planner and I don’t like going back and forth but staying in the area first to get it all in. Plus I take pictures of EVERYTHING.

    • Kathryn on November 22, 2016 at 10:42 am

      You will have such a blast!! We are going back in May, too.

      • Jeannie on November 22, 2016 at 10:44 am

        What days, we will be there 16-19?

        • Kathryn on November 22, 2016 at 11:26 am

          That we haven’t figured out yet. Deciding soon!

      • Jeannie on November 22, 2016 at 10:48 am

        Another question: Did you stay onsite or another location? We have looked into staying onsite just for my son’s benefit of taking it all in.

        • Kathryn on November 22, 2016 at 11:25 am

          We stayed offsite because there were so many of us (14!) but when we go back in May we are staying onsite. You get the bonus of that extra hour before opening when you do that.

  18. Jenn on March 24, 2017 at 12:33 am

    We are going April 10th and maybe 11th. Trying to decide if we need two days at Universal or one. We’re doing Lego as soon as we land on the 9th and fly out on the 12th. Working at a church and it being Easter week it’s a down and back trip. Thank you for this article!!! My son is 12 on the spectrum and it’s just the 3 of us. It’s his spring break that week and his birthday was this week, but there was nobody for a party so this is all a last minute thing! Any idea of a range on what I’m looking at spending once at Universal and in HP world in particular?

    • Kathryn on March 24, 2017 at 2:12 pm

      Jenn, we did both parks in one day, but we only did Harry Potter stuff. We didn’t venture out and see anything else. Not sure what your plans are. Universal doesn’t allow coolers, so you’ll have to budget for eating while you’re in the park. You can certainly bring in snacks in your bag/backpack, but no lunches. And, it depends on what kind of souvenirs you want to bring home. We bought a few treats at Honeyduke’s and some Gryffindor headbands for my girls. Hope that helps!

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