Don’t miss the chance to get sorted into your Hogwarts House… All starts at King’s Cross Platform 9 3/4…

“Harry Potter: The Exhibition” is a new Harry Potter exhibit on display in Philadelphia that offers incredible insights at both the books and the movies of the wizarding world.

The interactive museum, which is housed in the Franklin Institute, includes familiar sites such as Hagrid’s Hut, Newt’s Suitcase, and the Hogwarts castle and is open for the public.

Each of these locales is brought to life, along with objects and costumes that fans will know from the movies.

“This Exhibition is an incredible way for Wizarding World fans to celebrate the world of Hogwarts and beyond,” said Warner Bros representative. “It brings them up close and personal with their favorite props, costumes, creatures, sets, and more from their favorite Harry Potter films.”

The Franklin Institute is where the exhibit is located, and you are free to visit it.

Visitors will begin their journey at King’s Cross Platform 9 3/4, where they will be sorted into their Hogwarts House, given a wand, and learn who their Patronus is before departing.

Each visitor will be able to enjoy a completely unique and customized experience as a result of this.

Following the creation of their personal profile, students will sit under the Sorting Hat, tour classrooms, and finally go to the Forbidden Forest to complete their journey. They may use this area to practice with their freshly customized Patronus charm.

Guests will, of course, be surrounded by authentic objects and costumes for the duration of the exhibition, allowing them to enjoy the experience both as an interactive and as a visually stimulating one.

The exhibition is open from 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days a week. Adult admission is $43 and children’s admission costs $39. After Philadelphia, the exhibition will travel to other cities throughout the globe, including those in Latin America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, to continue its journey.

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