Below are a collection of free Harry Potter fonts, inspired by the movies and books, that you can install on your computer — perfect for that next essay, newsletter or graphic design project, right? Need installation instructions? Click here if you’re using a PC, and over here if you’re on a Mac. Click the font logos below to learn more or download each font. Happy designing!
We’ve also written a tutorial about how to create your own Harry Potter logo.
Lumos is a font inspired by the chapter titles in the US editions of the Harry Potter books. It also includes a number of Harry Potter symbols, such as a broom and Snitch.
Harry P is the earliest and most popular recreation of the Harry Potter film logo. Download this font to add Harry Potter titling to your projects. Looking for a Harry Potter logo tutorial? We’ve written a tutorial to do just that!
Magical Me (also known as Parry Hotter) is a font inspired by Gilderoy Lockhart’s autobiography, Magical Me.
Crimes of Grindelwald is inspired by the logo used for the Fantastic Beasts sequel. The font also includes a bunch of glyphs (like the Elder Wand) so that you can recreate the film’s iconic logo.
This font is inspired by the logo for the Fantastic Beasts series. Join Newt, Tina, Queenie and Jacob and use this fantastic typeface in your next project.
Parseltongue is a font inspired by the language used to communicate with snakes in the Harry Potter universe.
“Have You Seen This Wizard”, the Ministry slogan plastered on the iconic Sirius Black wanted posters in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Create your own Sirius Black inspired wanted poster with this font.
“Enemies of the heir, beware”. The infamous writing-in-blood found during the events of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. Create your own scary messages with It’s Scary Now. Just don’t look the Basilisk in the eye!
“As he straightened up and glanced around the office for fresh hiding places he saw a poster of himself on the wall, with the words UNDESIRABLE NO. 1 emblazoned across his chest.” Download this font to recreate the famous poster as seen in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
“It All Ends Here”, the tagline for the final chapters in the Harry Potter saga: Deathly Hallows: Part 1 and Part 2. This font, titled Harry Potter 7, is inspired by the lettering on the infamous poster showing Hogwarts Castle on fire in the midst of a battle between good and evil.
Aquiline is a cursive font. Think quills and parchment and Hogwarts students furiously scribbling away at their O.W.L. exams.
Dingbats is a really cool font. Each number and letter will produce a different Harry Potter themed-stencil. There are characters, logos, book covers and more!
Magic School is a stylized Harry Potter-inspired font with plenty of signature Potter lightning bolts for effect.
Magician is a magical looking font that’d work great in a Harry Potter project: lots of stars and moons for effect.
“I MUST NOT TELL LIES”, the famous words etched on Harry Potter’s hand by Dolores Umbridge. Scratched Handwriting is the perfect font for achieving this look in your projects.
Download Beedle the Bard to recreate the lettering in Hermione Granger’s copy of The Tales of Beedle the Bard (the book bequeathed to Hermione by Albus Dumbledore), as seen in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1.
“Troll in the dungeon!” uttered Professor Quirrell during Harry Potter’s first Halloween at Hogwarts. October 31 is a very important date in the Harry Potter universe. Create your own Halloween inspired graphics with this spooky font.
The Daily Prophet (known as Jailbird Jenna) is a font inspired by the headlines in the wizarding newspaper, The Daily Prophet. Channel the ridiculous writings of Rita Skeeter and create your own “The Boy Who Lies” or “He Who Must Not Be Named Returns” style headline.
What’s Dolores Umbridge’s favourite font? Hint: it’s the one used on her educational decree proclamations to outlaw behaviour at Hogwarts. This font is inspired by the educational decrees as seen in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.
Add a magical touch to any project with Wizardry, a Harry Potter themed font that captures the magic of spells, potions, incantations and all things Wizarding World. Just swish and flick!