The Wizarding World of Harry Potter Quiz

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The amazingly detailed Wizarding World theme parks are a must for any Harry Potter fan. Let's see how much you know about the Universal Studios attractions.

Where is the original Wizarding World of Harry Potter?

The first Wizarding World is at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida.

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When did it open?

The first Wizarding World opened in May 2010.

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How many other Wizarding Worlds are there besides the Florida one?

There are two more Wizarding Worlds.

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Where are the other Wizarding Worlds?

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Osaka, Japan, opened in 2014, and the one at Universal Studios Hollywood opened in 2016.

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What's the name of the ride that's inside Hogwarts?

Forbidden Journey is a "scenic dark ride" in the Hogwarts castle.

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How is the California Forbidden Journey different than the ones in Florida and Japan?

Forbidden Journey riders in California wear 3-D goggles.

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What's one feature the Japanese park has that the American ones don't?

The Japanese park has Black Lake, in which you can see Hogwarts reflected.

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What's the name of the double roller coaster at Wizarding World?

Dragon Challenge is next to Hogwarts.

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One part of the Dragon Challenge is called the Hungarian Horntail. What's the other?

The other coaster is the Chinese Fireball.

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Which of the parks does not have the Dragon Challenge?

There isn't enough room for the Dragon Challenge in the Japanese park.

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What's one feature the Orlando, Florida, park has that the others don't?

Orlando, Florida, has a separate Diagon Alley section.

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What's another feature the Orlando, Florida, park has that the others don't?

In Florida there's a Hogwarts Express train ride between the Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley sections.

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What's the ride in the Diagon Alley section?

Escape from Gringotts is also unique to the Orlando park.

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You can catch a performance of this band in Diagon Alley.

J.K. Rowling herself wrote all the songs in the Celestina Warbeck and the Banshees show.

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What's the difference between the American and Japanese versions of butterbeer served at the parks?

The Japanese park serves hot butterbeer in the winter.

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What store is located at the exit of Forbidden Journey in Orlando, Florida?

Riders filing out of Forbidden Journey walk through Filch's Emporium of Confiscated Goods.

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The Japanese Wizarding World opened in 2014. What was the other major Wizarding World event that year?

The Diagon Alley section of the Orlando park opened in 2014.

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Match the Harry Potter item with the Wizarding World store in which you can buy it: Fishy Green Ale.

Fishy Green Ale, served at the Hopping Pot in Diagon Alley (Florida only, remember) is a minty-green nonalcoholic drink with blueberry "fish eggs" on the bottom.

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Match the Harry Potter item with the Wizarding World store in which you can buy it: Remembrall.

Dervish and Banges is your spot if you want to get your hands on a Remembrall.

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Match the Harry Potter item with the Wizarding World store in which you can buy it: student robes.

Gladrags Wizardwear in the California Wizarding World sells robes, uniforms and accessories. The one in Japan sells clothing items too.

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Match the Harry Potter item with the Wizarding World store in which you can buy it: chocolate frogs.

Chocolate frogs and other sweet goodies are at Honeydukes.

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Match the Harry Potter item with the Wizarding World store in which you can buy it: Time Turners.

Wiseacre's Wizarding Equipment carries Time Turners, magnifying glasses and crystal balls, among other things.

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Match the Harry Potter item with the Wizarding World store in which you can buy it: Death Eater masks.

Dark-arts specialty store Borgin and Burkes has Death Eater masks.

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Match the Harry Potter item with the Wizarding World store in which you can buy it: Pygmy Puffs.

Buy your own tiny, fluffy Pygmy Puff at the Weasleys' shop.

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What's the smaller roller coaster in the Hogsmeade section of the parks?

Smaller children and the less daring can ride the Flight of the Hippogriff coaster.

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The Japanese park has real, live …

You can pet a snowy-white Hedwig look-alike at the Japanese Wizarding World.

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Where can you find Moaning Myrtle in the parks?

You can't see Moaning Myrtle, but you can hear her in the bathrooms.

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Can you catch a glimpse of Voldemort?

If you're on Hogwarts Express (only in Florida), you might be able to see Voldemort's figure pass in front of Malfoy Manor.

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Where can you call from the phone booth outside of Diagon Alley (Florida only)?

Dialing 62442 (MAGIC) from the red phone booth will connect you to the Ministry of Magic.

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Where can you see the Weasleys' flying car?

If you're waiting in line for the Dragon Challenge, you'll see Ron's magical Ford Anglia crashed into the trees (in Florida and California).

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