'Hogwarts will always be there to welcome you home', they say.

But what does a muggle do if they can’t go to Hogwarts🏰

Well, they turn their own house into Hogwarts instead. 

With a whopping 5,284 items, Tracey Nicol-Lewis (UK) has broken the record for the largest collection of Harry Potter memorabilia.

This Harry Potter superfan started buying items in 2002 and never stopped since!

Including wands, action figures, LEGO™ sculptures and much more, Tracey has 2,187 items more than the previous record and she is always adding more. 😃

“My collection helped me through a lot.” – Tracey Nicol-Lewis

Hogwarts statue from largest collection of Harry Potter memorabilia

Tracey also holds the record for largest collection of Wizarding World memorabilia. She loves Fantastic Beasts and The Cursed Child too.

Her collection spans from Hogwarts to Ilvermorny, from Harry Potter to the adventures of Newt Scamander, in a magical world that kept growing with the years. 🧙

She even had a Harry Potter themed wedding! 💍

Tracey Nicol-Lewis wedding

The character Tracey relates to the most is Tonks.

“I change my hair colour all the time. I’m not your normal person, I like to be different” she explained.

Tracey has been lucky enough to meet over 50 of the actors and actresses from the films, and one of her favourite memories is meeting Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley). 🤩

Harry Potter action figures collection

The Harry Potter books and films are massively popular around the world and broke loads of records over the years. Here are just a few:

  • Fastest selling DVD everHarry Potter and the Goblet of Fire sold more than six copies a second on the day of its release in 2006.
  • Highest-grossing worldwide opening for a movieHarry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince earned $394 million (£241 million) in its first weekend in July 2009.
  • Most advance orders for a work of fiction: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire received 5.3 million pre-orders!

Tracey Nicol-Lewis with wand smiling

The previous largest collection of Wizarding World memorabilia belonged to Victoria Maclean. Check out all her cool stuff out in this video 👇