Wizarding World of Harry Potter is offering Owl Post

Yup, that’s right. Owl Post is now available at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. You can send your mail anywhere in the US the same way they do in the Wizarding World.

One of the most magical things about the Wizarding World is now possible for us mere muggles. Owl Post is now officially open at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, offering guests of the park the ability to send mail anywhere in the US just like they would at Hogwarts.

Unfortunately, the owl part of the delivery service has had to be missed out. Although I am sure if we give it a year or two, or maybe ten, they will get that part sorted, but apart from that part, the Owl Post service being offered is exactly as it is in the Harry Potter books.

For only $20 – $25 you can have items wrapped up and decorated suitably for our soon to be ready owls to deliver. All items are individually wrapped in brown paper. You can then select from a variety of Harry Potter themed stamps, including the Hogwarts houses. Tied up with string, you can even add some classic wax seals to your package to give it that extra something, something.

It would really be an awesome gift to receive. A package wrapped and decorated as it would be when arriving by Owl Post in the Hogwarts Great Hall during breakfast.

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You can have items wrapped and mailed from the depot at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, or, just request the wrapping part of the experience and take it home yourself to hand deliver. To witness the look on your friends or families face when you hand deliver it to them.

There are some limitations to what can be mailed out. Such as oversized packages, or food and beverages. So be wary of some limitations that you could come across.

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So what do you think of Owl Post at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter? Would you like to receive a package wrapped like this? Drop a comment below sharing your thoughts.