Positioned in southeastern England, London is the capital of England & The United Kingdom. Known the world over for being one of the most famous cities, London is the center of British commerce and government for both muggles and wizards alike.
A hub of transportation in London, England, both wizarding folk and muggles alike come and go from this bustling train station. But only the wizarding folk can make sense of tickets bearing the Platform Number 9 3/4.
Built by Daisy Dodderidge around 1500 "to serve as a gateway between the non-wizarding world and Diagon Alley", The Leaky Cauldron has remained a famous and popular place for five hundred years. The tavern sees quite a lot of traffic and is frequently crowded. To reach Diagon Alley from the pub, wizards enter a small walled courtyard behind the building and tap the brick wall, which then opens up to allow them to pass through. The Leaky Cauldron also offers rooms for rent.
The Ministry of Magic (M.o.M.) is the main governing body of the magical community of Great Britain with the intention of preservation of magical law. The Ministry connects the British government to the wizarding world. The headquarters of the Ministry are in Whitehall, in central London, deep underground.
Founded in late 1500s or early 1600s by Mungo Bonham, St. Mungo's Hospital is located in London. The Healers at St. Mungo's are trained and equipped to treat a wide variety of magic-related illnesses and injuries.
The Diamond Club is a place to let your hair down, groove to the music, and let all your worries wash away. It is a popular locale between magical and muggle and has been known to get a bit crazy at times.