60+ Gifts for the Harry Potter Fanatic
Are you obsessed with Harry Potter? Do you know someone who is? Then you’ll definitely need to check out this list of 60+ Gift for the Harry Potter fanatic in your life. Or, you know, to buy something for yourself.
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I am absolutely, without-a-doubt, 100% obsessed with Harry Potter. I read all 7 books pretty much once a year, and my husband gets me at least 1 HP gift every single holiday. It’s wonderful.
For everyone out there who is obsessed like me, you’ll want to add these to your wishlist. And, if you’re not obsessed, I bet you know someone who is!
And, luckily for you, I’ve done all the research and compiled all the best items from different sources so you can find the coolest gifts without doing all of the work! Time-saver!
I got this for our gift exchange game with our friends this year, and I kind of want to end up with my own gift. Is that okay? (Please say yes!)
There are 4 different versions of this blanket – each based on a different house – but I obviously went with Gryffindor. I love blankets of any sort, and I’m always cold. So if I’m going to rock a wearable blanket, it might as well be Harry Potter!
Set contains a time turner, golden snitch, and Death Hallows necklace.
Bracelet has charms featuring the Gryffindor house crest and the Sorting Hat – the perfect complement to a woman’s (or girl’s) HP apparel collection!
This beautiful umbrella opens to a 32″ diameter and closes to a compact 9″ for storage. This will almost make you want to stand in the rain. Hey, I said almost.
You know you wanted to liven up your morning routine.
These metal brushes are made with soft synthetic fibers and come with a cloth pouch to keep them in, and the price can’t be beat!
This is my husband and my favorite game. We’re always trying to find new people to play it with. It goes through all 7 years of Hogwarts and progressively gets harder, and the game is never the same twice! It is so, so much fun for small groups.
This is the expansion for the game above. It adds on 5 more games and 1 character (Luna Lovegood). It adds creatures to the villains, and gives the game a fun, new, and increasingly difficult twist.
This is a cooperative game, like the Battle of Hogwarts, but it uses dice instead of cards. I’ve hinted heavily to my husband that I’d loooove this for Christmas!
Feel like Ron and Harry when you play chess against your best wizard friends (Muggles wouldn’t get it)!
The goal is to get rid of your tiles by making words. They don’t have to be Harry Potter themed, but if you make a 5 letter Harry Potter word, you win the round! A list of Harry Potter terms is included for friends who might not obsess over HP as much as you. But we know you don’t need any help, do you?
If you’ve ever played the original Code Names game, you’re probably going to want the Harry Potter version.
If you’ve never played Code Names, you’re still probably going to want the Harry Potter version.
The original Munchkin is a fun game, with lots of wizards and dragons and other magical creatures and people. But Harry Potter Munchkin is a thousand times better because it’s characters and creatures I actually recognize.
Build a wand (literally – parts are included) and then learning coding to teach it different spells. Works with any tablet and learns over 70 spells and things to do. This thing is super cool!
I wish my son were old enough for this. Actually, I might just need it for me. Right?
If you’re looking for a difficult flat puzzle, this is it!
I got this last year as a Christmas gift, and my husband and I have been having a blast working on it! It’s challenging, so it keeps it interesting. The pieces are sturdy foam, so once it’s put together, it’s going to hold up well. This is a great gift for an older kid or an adult who loves Harry Potter!
The astronomy tower connects to the Great Hall! The two puzzle make the entire Hogwarts castle. We’re putting the two together at the same time so we can connect them and have all of Hogwarts.
This one looks easier than the two Hogwarts ones. It’s half the pieces, and there’s no curving parts, like the Astronomy Tower. This would be a great first puzzle to try!
These two shop connect to complete the Diagon Alley puzzle!
How cute would this look under a Harry Potter-themed Christmas treee??
Wear this hat (or use as a tree topper for your HP tree!) and find out which house you belong in!
This hat has a hand stitched face and talks when you put it on. If you really want to know which house you belong in, you’re going to need this hat!
At 7 inches tall, this is beautiful crafted and detailed, and is a perfect display piece for a Harry Potter themed room. There are many more collectibles in the collection, including:
My husband got me this for my birthday, and I love it! It’s so (ridiculously) fun to pretend like you’re a wizard. You can program the wand so each of the movements (rolling it, swiping up/down/left/right, jabbing forward/back, etc) control a different function on the tv. Kids would have a blast with it too!
One tip: turn it off when you’re not using it, because if it rolls around, that function is activated. For us, that’s the volume, so it randomly starts getting louder or softer, depending on which way the wand rolled on the couch or coffee table!
This is the stand for the tv remote. I don’t have it (yet!) but it would be so handy to have somewhere to set/display the wand, without having to put it in the box every time I’m done using it.
This looks so cozy!
We first saw this print in our pediatrician’s office (because she has a Harry Potter themed room! She is awesome!) and loved it. I would love to have this on the wall in my house.
When the candle flame heats up the topper, it makes it spin! So cute!
Because, obviously, you need a stylish way to display your Harry Potter collection!
Even your bathroom can feel like a part of the Wizarding World.
This small lamp with a floating snitch would be a cute accent in any room.
If you’re even half a wizard, you’re going to want this decal over a door in your house! (Perhaps the bathroom door where your Diagon Alley shower curtain is?)
Includes 4 quotes by Albus Dumbledore (a wise man!) on 8×10 paper, ready for framing and displaying.
When your wizard friends visit your house, they need to know how to get to the MoM.
While these are only the pricier side, they are gorgeous and perfect for the serious (Siruis?) Harry Potter collector.
Includes 4 place settings.
I think it’s time for new dishes. Yes, please!
There are a bunch of different types of these mugs: the Marauder’s Map, a Niffler,
I have the Marauder’s Map mug, and it’s so neat to pour my coffee into it in the morning and watch it change from black to the image. Of course, I also know when my coffee’s gotten cold, because it changes back to black again!
When you read the books or watch the movies, don’t you feel like you can almost smell all the delicious candies and sweet at Honeydukes Sweet Shop? Now you really can!
This book accompanies an exhibit at the British Library and lets readers enter the Hogwarts History of Magic Curriculum. It covers hundreds of years worth of magical history, exactly what you might learn if you were in Binns’ class (although, rather more interesting than the professor).
Ever wanted to cook a meal reminiscent of the ones Harry and his friends ate at Hogwarts? This is your book. Your next Harry Potter themed Christmas party will be over-the-top amazing when you cook up your treacle tart for your guests!
The jokes in this book are corny, but they’ll get any Harry Potter fan (especially the younger ones!) giggling.
What spell does Ron use to gas up the car?
Got a wand but don’t know any spells? Look no further! This book contains over 200 spells with pronunciation guide and wand movement images to guide your learning. You’ll be a master wizard in no time!
Hold your place in all your Harry Potter books with these magnetic little wizards! I guess you can use them in other books as well – it just won’t be as magical.
All your adult coloring dreams come true.
Keep on coloring.
You can’t really need more to color, can you?
Aaaaand, just one more!
Set includes quilt, fitted crib sheet and crib skirt.
This nightgown features images of Hedwig and Hogwarts, and it comes in sizes starting at 3T.
This beautiful lamp is 22″ tall and would make a stylish addition to any room in your home.
This adorable onesie (with pants, hat, and glasses) will make any baby the happiest wizarding baby around. We got it for our son and the pants are so stinkin’ cute on his chubby little thighs!
Use your house crest to seal all your important correspondence (and then post by owl!).