Quiz: Can You Guess Which Pennsylvania Towns Resemble the Harry Potter Franchise?

By Jay Simms

December 12, 2022

These Pennsylvania towns resemble those in the Harry Potter Franchise.

The Small Town In Pennsylvania That Transforms Into A Magical Harry Potter Wonderland……

  • Washington
  • Quincy
  • Wayneboro

Double, double, toil and trouble. Philly’s first potion bar this way comes! Inspired by (but not affiliated with) several magical literary worlds, The Cauldron Philadelphia opens in May 2022, serving up inventive molecular cocktails and mocktails that smoke, change color or expand — just like, well, magic. Visitors can also purchase tickets to a potion-making class like the ones Harry muddled through under Professor Snape. Instead of Polyjuice potion, visitors brew their own alcoholic concoctions in a self-guided lesson with the aid of their very own “magic wand.” Note: Children’s classes are also available, but only on specified dates and times. Where is the Caludron located?1315 Locust Street?

  • True
  • False

Rivaling the feasts from Mrs. Weasley’s kitchen, Stephen Starr’s London-style pub offers a traditional full English breakfast in the morning and plenty of other British favorites throughout the day – think Bangers & Mash for dinner and special roasts on Sundays. There’s no Butter Beer on the menu, but visitors can choose from a wide selection of draught and cask beers, served in half and imperial pints. Is the Dandelion located on 124 S. 18th Street?

  • True
  • False

The Franklin Fountain and Shane's Confectionery

<p><span style="color: rgb(49, 49, 54); font-size: 21px">It’s no secret that many witches and wizards have a sweet tooth. The Berley Brothers’ two Old City sweet shops, </span><u>The Franklin Fountain</u><span style="color: rgb(49, 49, 54); font-size: 21px"> and </span><u>Shane Confectionery</u><span style="color: rgb(49, 49, 54); font-size: 21px">, are reminiscent of two of Harry’s favorite sweet spots: Florean Fortescue’s Ice Cream Parlour in Diagon Alley and Honeydukes Sweet Shop in Hogsmeade. The best part? They’re right next door to one another! Take out homemade ice cream from the window at Franklin Fountain before popping next door to shop for decadent chocolates and nostalgic confections. Based on this is Franklin's all about the candies or nah…?</span></p>

  • Nay
  • Yay

Mueller Chocolate Co. in Reading Terminal Market

<p><span style="color: rgb(49, 49, 54); font-size: 21px">After his first soul-sucking encounter with dementors, Harry learns from Professor Lupin that chocolate is the key to regaining happiness. Visitors can stock up on the happy stuff at </span><a target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer nofollow" href="https://www.muellerschocolate.com/"><u>this spot</u></a><span style="color: rgb(49, 49, 54); font-size: 21px"> inside Reading Terminal Market. In addition to traditional chocolate treats, Mueller’s sells a variety of zany molds that look like they belong on the Hogwarts Express trolley cart, including chocolate skulls, brains and eyes. Wicked! Was Mueller originally built/created off of the Harry Potter phenomenon? </span></p>

  • Yes
  • No


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