We had heard about the neighborhood driveway Harry Potter “haunt” that went viral around the world, and that it was staying up through January. We ran out of time on our November weekend trip to Seattle, but we had some time early afternoon on Christmas Eve, so Glen & drove there! There were tons of people in line, but it was fun to see all the details and climb up in the Gringotts tower they built. They had even hung mistletoe at the “moving bricks” entrance, so we had to take a photo. 😉 Congrats to them for having creative fun and raising so much money for a good cause!
Merry Christmas from Diagon Alley in Ballard! Impressive amount of work in just a driveway and a constant line of people! We did our best Azkaban escapee faces, took advantage of the mistletoe at the “moving bricks” entrance, inspected the construction behind the scenes, spotted a holiday R2-D2 near a spare dragon, and even peeked through the window into his garage shop in back and spotted some new details in progress. Congrats to them for having creative fun and raising so much money for a good cause! #diagonalleyproject