New York City's flagship 'Harry Potter' store, which was the first of its kind, opened on June 3 in Flatiron District, with people swarming the area for their first venture in it.
Before its opening, the line already stretched down the block.
This is the biggest store in the worled based on the "Harry Potter" franchise.
Customers were able to taste bottled butterbeers and eat butterbeer ice cream, the flavour which students of Hogwarts are accustomed to. Nearly 1,000 bottles were visible over the bar, while the beer itself moves through copper pipes.
The retail store, which is over 21,000 square feet spanning three floors, boasted a huge collection of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts products.
Author J.K. Rowling's "Harry Potter" novels sold over 500 million copies worldwide, and were turned into eight blockbuster movies. The spin-off franchise, "Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them", was also successful.