Hogwarts Castle is home to 'Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey.'
The entrance to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter is marked with a sign encouraging patrons to "respect spell limits."
Visitors line up to buy Butterbeer, a sweet beverage that's also available frozen.
Visitors waiting in line for 'Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey' walk through the dungeons of Hogwarts and past a Potions classroom.
A hologram of Professor Dumbledore speaks from his office as visitors make their way through Hogwarts Castle on the 'Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey' ride.
The line for 'Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey' winds through a greenhouse filled with exotic plants and a row of potted 'mandrakes.'
The 'Flight of the Hippogriff' family-friendly coast swoops past Hagrid's hut, but you can also see the hut in the line for the 'Dragon Challenge.'
Hogsmeade is filled with shops including Zonko's Joke Shop, Honeydukes and Borgin and Burkes. Park visitors can grab grub at the Three Broomsticks or drink a pint at the Hog's Head.
Honeydukes sweet shop sells Chocolate Frogs, Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Beans and much more.
At Zonko's Joke Shop, visitors can buy Sneakoscopes, Extendable Ears and Pygmy Puffs -- all items mentioned in the Harry Potter series.
Students from magical schools Beauxbatons, Durmstrang and Hogwarts perform in the "Triwizard Spirit Rally."
Since it opened in June 2010, the Wizarding World of Harry Potter has been the star attraction at Universal's Islands of Adventure in Orlando, Fla. With this insider's view of the attraction, you can create your own magic the next time you visit.