With Halloween over, Christmas decorations are arriving at Universal Studios Florida. The Wizarding World of Harry Potter – Diagon Alley is now decked out for the holidays to match its counterpart, Hogsmeade, at Universal’s Islands of Adventure.
The decorations start at the brick wall entrance, which is framed by wreaths.
There is classic garland above The Leaky Cauldron.
The entrance to Knockturn Alley is marked with a barren wreath.
Decorations can be seen on almost every building and façade in the land.
The Spindlewarps sign is decorated with yarn-filled garland.
There’s also a yarn wreath on the door.
The Daily Prophet office has a wreath filled with typeset letters and numbers.
The garland and wreath on Flourish & Blotts — a bookstore — have flowers made out of paper.
Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes has garland adorned with small rockets.
This garland sits above all of the display windows.
The Quality Quidditch Supplies garland is wrapped with white ribbon.
Red, green, blue, and yellow ornaments represent the four Hogwarts houses.
In Carkitt Market, the rafters of the glass ceiling are wrapped in garland.
The Money Exchange office has garland above its entrance and exit.
There are more wreaths around various lanterns.
Next to the stage is garland and a wreath filled with pinecones and fruit.
More garland is at the back of the stage area.
This window featuring a knight’s armor has antler-filled garland.
The Eternelle’s kiosk is open again and also has decorations.
A large wreath can be seen at the end of Carkitt Market.
It makes for a great photo with the Gringotts dragon.
There is starry garland around the astronomy shop.
Simple garland adorns Gringotts.
Of course, Florean Fortescue’s has decorated for the holiday season.
An advertisement for Pumpkin Juice is now framed with garland.
Another dark wreath is at this entrance to Knockturn Alley, too.
Even Borgin and Burkes is in on the fun with some black garland above its door.
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