Secret lanes, ancient castles, caves, creepy graveyards…and much more besides.
1. This “Grand Staircase” in Glasgow.
The stairs don’t move at the City Chambers though, sadly.
2. This haunting chasm with blood-red water.
There’s definitely a horcrux hidden here in Finnich Glen.
3. This lofty treehouse, which the Weasleys would love.
The Burrow is a bit taller than Fernie Castle treehouse, but not by much.
4. This pretty village, which must be Godric’s Hollow.
It’s actually Dean Village in Edinburgh.
5. And this spooky cave, which is just as atmospheric.
The real-life Horcrux Cave is in Ireland; this is Smoo Cave in Durness, Scotland.
6. This ivy-clad Riddle House doppelgänger.
It’s actually Scone Palace in Perthshire.
7. These magical, Hogwarts-like cloisters in Glasgow.
It’s the Glasgow University undercroft, and there are no potions classes there.
8. This real-life Diagon Alley in Edinburgh.
Otherwise known as Victoria Street.
9. This dead ringer for dodgy Knockturn Alley.
It’s an old underground street in Edinburgh called Mary King’s Close.
10. This spooky Malfoy Manor lookalike.
This is the creepy, abandoned Ecclesgreig Castle in Montrose, Angus.
11. This broch, which looks just like Luna’s home.
Brochs are huge, windowless prehistoric towers. This one is called Dun Carloway.
12. This obvious inspiration for Beauxbatons.
Or Dunrobin Castle in Sutherland, to be precise.
13. This Hogsmeade-like building in the snow.
It looks like The Three Broomsticks, but it’s actually an old school in Edinburgh.
14. This graveyard, which is channelling Little Hangleton.
It’s actually in Killean, Argyll, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t full of Death Eaters.
15. And, of course, Hogwarts itself.
More commonly known as Edinburgh Castle, but we all know the truth. All it needs is a few turrets, and some Threstrals to give you a lift to the top.