Shops to See in Oxford: The Shop of Secrets. Harry Potter Collectibles.

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The Shop of Secrets

The Shop of Secrets is Oxford’s chamber of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts official collectables and merch. A shopping must-to in the city, the Shop of Secrets is a family-run business and it opened its doors for the first time in 2019. Since then, they have been receiving Harry Potter friends and offering all sorts of incredible products and gifts.

Apart from this shop being a labour of love, all the staff working at the Shop of Secrets are Harry Potter obsessives! They take the time to chat to customers and know everything that needs to be known about Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts. So if you are, for example, looking for the perfect gift for the Potterhead in your life, they will be able to help you!

What Can you Find at Oxford's Shop of Secrets?

This wizard’s emporium of magical delights offers the largest collection of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts merchandise in Oxford. Find gowns, goblets, wands, and wallets.

Explore gifts or pick something based on your house. The shop has hundreds of products for Gryffindors, Ravenclaws, Slytherins, and Hufflepuffs. You will also find your favourite confectionary from chocolate frogs to Bertie Botts every flavour beans. 

The Shop of Secrets also has a thorough online shop which you can explore here.

Oxford's Little Shop of Secrets - Merch and Plushies
Oxford's Little Shop of Secrets - Merch and plushies galore.

Who Owns Oxford's Shop of Secrets?

This little shop, which is the first Harry Potter specialist store, is owned by Sally Moss and her sister Joanne. They opened this beautiful bespoke place in 2019.

How to Visit The Shop of Secrets

If you’re in Oxford, don’t miss this amazing magical place. And if are online, don’t forget to check their website. They frequently offer a 10% discount for online orders (applies to your first order). 

Address: 11 Broad St, Oxford OX1 3AY.

Website: https://theshopofsecrets.co.uk/

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