It was all things Harry Potter at the Pacific Science Center Tuesday as the center prepares for the final U.S. stop of the exhibition Harry Potter.
It was all things Harry Potter at the Pacific Science Center Tuesday as the center prepares for the final U.S. stop of a Harry Potter exhibition.
The exhibit opens at the center Oct. 23 and runs through Jan. 30. Tickets go on sale Saturday.
It will offer fans a look inside the magical world of the wizard made famous by books and movies, and it will include authentic costumes and props from the Harry Potter films. They will be displayed in settings inspired by the series of movies, including the Great Hall, Hagrid’s hut and the Gryffindor common room. Props include Harry’s original wand and glasses, costumes from Hogwarts’ Yule Ball and a study model of Dobby, the house-elf.
Tickets are $26 for adults, $24 for seniors and youth, and $17 for children.
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