Harry Potter exhibition: A History of Magic (open until 28 Feb 2018)

Harry Potter: A History of Magic

Apart from taking the Hogwarts Express on Pier 9 3/4 at King's Cross Station, here's another good reason to visit London.

Until the end of February 2018, British Library hosts the harry Potter: A History of Magic exhibition.

Inside the Harry Potter: A History of Magic exhibition

A History of Magic offers a dive into the world of magic, its folklore and traditions, the common thread of J.K. Rowling's best-selling books. About 100 ancient artifacts from the collections of the British National Library are presented alongside unpublished archives by the author and her publisher Bloomsbury.

Inside the Harry Potter: A History of Magic exhibition

Herbology, astronomy, care for magical creatures: in each room its speciality as at the Hogwarts school of witchcraft. Visitors can create their own potion, view a 400-year-old celestial globe or a parchment explaining how to create the Philosopher's Stone.

Inside the Harry Potter: A History of Magic exhibition

The exhibition is divided into 7 parts according to courses taught at Hogwarts - Potions and Alchemy, Botany, Spells, Astronomy, Divination, Defense against the Forces of Evil and Care for Magical Creatures.

The master plaice not to be missed: a first unpublished edition of Harry Potter at the Sorcerer's Schoolannotated and illustrated by J.K. Rowling.

To visit

Date: from here until February 28, 2018
Location: British Library, 96 Euston Road, King's Cross, London NW1 2DB
Price: £16
For booking, or for more information, click here

Lavender Cheung

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