Clearly, Harry Potter mania never died in Hong Kong. Following the opening last year of the ‘magic-inspired’ 9 ¾ Cafe, Museum Context, a hugely popular shop in Edinburgh that sells Harry Potter licensed merchandise, has opened in Causeway Bay, bringing a curated collection of goods to Hong Kong for the first time ever.
The pop-up store, which plans to be open for around six months, sits on Yun Ping Road and offers Potterheads a remarkable assortment of paraphernalia. There are high-quality wands – that light up and everything – wizard robes and scarfs, designer posters, giant copies of the Marauders’ Map, tote bags and much more.
Aside from all the sick HP merch, Museum Context also has a great collection of other quirky gifts and products available – perfect for those starting their Valentine’s Day shopping.
All the products are handpicked and sent directly from Edinburgh and stocks are limited, so if you’re a fan, make sure you head there sooner rather than later.