No wait, no lockers, sign us up!
The coronavirus has done a really good job of shaking up what we call everyday life.
Even though the virus has closed all major theme parks, witches and wizards can still practice their magic -- virtually.
Virtual experiences have become the new normal as we spend countless hours inside.
Families can stroll through museums, enjoy the sights of our National Parks even visit their favorite theme park, without ever leaving their home.
If you're looking for something a little more epic, you can climb aboard Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey at Universal Studios and get a quick thrill, right from your couch.
During your journey, you'll board a magical flying bench that will take you beyond the gates of Hogwarts. With the help of Hermione Granger, you and your classmates will be whisked away by floor powder, and your journey will begin.
During your adventure, you'll come face-to-face with dragons, spiders, a whopping willow and the occasional dementor.
The best part? There's no need to splurge on an express pass and you won't have to stand in a long line. You can hop back on and ride as many times as you like, you're in control.
These experiences will be the closest we can to the thrills and chills of a theme park until restrictions loosen and parks are able to open up without the fear of spreading the coronavirus.
If you need us, you'll find us on the Quidditch field.