The Elephant House, Edinburgh | 19 British Places All Book Lovers Must Visit Most famous for being J.K. Rowling’s go-to writing spot in the early days of Harry Potter, the Elephant House’s cosy atmosphere, delightful menu, and stunning view of Edinburgh Castle has been enjoyed many respected writers, includin Ian Rankin and Alexander McCall-Smith.
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The Writer's Museum. Edinburgh, Scotland. Tucked away from Victoria Street (a must-see in itself for Harry Potter fans, since it inspired Diagon Alley) is Ladystair’s Close, home of the Edinburgh Writer’s Museum, which features a glorious bookshop, a tribute to the evolution of printed books, and an exhibition on Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde author, Robert Louis Stevenson, who spent many years in the city. The British Travel Bucket List For Booklovers
19 British Places All Book Lovers Must Visit Oxford has bred some of the greatest literary minds of the modern era. Authors such as C.S. Lewis, Oscar Wilde, W.H. Auden, William Golden, and Lewis Carroll have studied or lectured at the university, and there’s a spectacular library worth visiting as well.
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