While you might only just be coming to terms with being a muggle, you can still live out your Harry Potter fantasies, holidaying in Godric's Hollow.
The Medieval home, De Vere House, in Lavenham, England, is featured in The Deathly Hallows Part 1, as Harry's childhood home.
Available for rent on Airbnb, you can now spend the night in the very home where James and Lily Potter were murdered and Harry became "the boy who lived."
An ex-bed-and-breakfast, the house is a beautiful historic home in the village of Lavenham, which was also the real Godric's Hollow.
Owner, Jane, writes: "Lavenham is reputedly Britain's finest medieval village (with over 300 protected heritage properties and appearing as Godric's Hollow in the Harry Potter films)."
There are still vacancies for Hary Potter fans to visit the important site on weekends.
Guests are offered one of "two four poster bedrooms both with en suite bathrooms, TV, wifi internet access, private guest sitting room with log fire and courtyard garden." And, of course, a full English breakfast in the morning!
For around $200 per night, you can see the place where Voldemort gave Harry his signature lighting-bolt scar and began his fateful story. It is a must-experience for dedicated Potterheads.