Rumor: Harry Potter: The Exhibition’s Next Location May Be Seattle

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Aug 09, 2010

Posted by Mel

A Seattle based news blog is reporting that the Pacific Science Center in Seattle could be the next location for Harry Potter: The Exhibition:

“Pacific Science Center in Seattle will announce that it will host the
West coast premiere and final U.S. destination of a major exhibition,”
according to a statement from the Science Center. “A film star from
blockbuster major motion pictures will be joined by costumed children
for this exciting announcement.”

All of these things indicate the possibility that Harry Potter: the Exhibition may move to Seattle after it finishes its run in Toronto. The Pacific Science Center will announce what its newest exhibit is tomorrow.

The Exhibition will remain at its current location, the Ontario Science Center, until September 6th.





35 Responses to Rumor: Harry Potter: The Exhibition’s Next Location May Be Seattle

Avatar ImageRhiannon7 says: OMG!!!!!!!! This is so fabulous if it is true. I will be there every weekend! Squeeeeeeee!!!!!!!Avatar ImageJoseph16 says: i would love this to be true :)Avatar ImageOddRavenclaw222 says: I hope Phoenix, AZ will be a stop for the Exhibition. Good way to liven up the Science Center here. Not that it sucks though.Avatar ImageNumeroUnoFan says: Dude last US stop? wtf? Atlanta son at the High needs to happenAvatar ImagePhoenixHope says: Saw it twice in Chicago; I nearly had to be dragged out the first time and also had to keep reminding myself that I wasn't allowed to touch things. Such an amazing exhibit - not just for Harry Potter fans but really really well done, period. LOVE!Avatar ImageNoz says: Last US stop ? Could this mean that Europe is next ?? I'm crossing my fingers !!Avatar ImageFleur-de- Lily says: I would love this to be true! Avatar ImageAlli says: I literally came back to Seattle yesterday. I wish it would've been there last week! Maybe I can go back up to see it...:)Avatar Imagechanngalambeatrice says: Come to HONG KONG please!Avatar Imageiris lily says: i bet it will never come to england...Avatar Imageradish_earrings says: I'm seeing it in Toronto this weekend! I'm SO excited!!!Avatar Imagehprocks2700 says: I just went to the exhibition yesterday! It was so great!Avatar ImagePotions_TA says: I live in Seattle! Please be true...Avatar ImageGryffindor_Girl_xx says: I waiting for it to get to London ... waiting ...Avatar Imagenimbus2010 says: I hope it comes to NYC. has it been there before? im kinda late. :)Avatar ImageNoble Birth Descending says: Phoenix, Phoenix, Phoenix!!!! Please!Avatar Imagefloridianhp says: when r they coming to florida???Avatar Imagefloridianhp says: when r they coming to florida???Avatar Imagekiwimci says: Certainly seems like it's headed for Seattle next. And of course it'll come to the UK. It's the birthplace of Harry Potter for crying out loudAvatar Imagejhangelgurl says: It be nice if it comes to NYC that's the closest to where i live. Avatar ImageMeggie the Goose says: Wow, that would be great, I'm so close to Seattle!Avatar ImageKatnordy5 says: Please, please, please be true! We could drive to Seattle and I could go with my best friend who live in Kirkland! Yippee, Yahoo!Avatar Imageac434 says: I don't understand? If it is such a great exhibit; why are they limiting the exhibit sites? Also, what is with all this secrecy and they can't anounce the sites? What people can't plan or have soemthing to look forward to? I'm glad it's coming to Seattle, just a couple hours from Portland.Avatar ImageXyra44 says: "Final stop" Are you kidding?! There are too many places for this exhibit to go yet - Philly, New York, Phoenix, Atlanta, London, Dallas, Hong Kong, Tokyo, etc. This should be a never-ending touring exhibit. I've been folowing the news in hopes that it will get to Philadelphia - there will be tons of saddened fans if the exhibit stops at 4 or 5 sites. Avatar ImageXyra44 says: Oops! Forgive me - I typed and vented before searching on my own. As the article post-er points out this is a "rumor." Whoever reported that Seattle was the final stop did not look closely at the exhibit webiste (http://www.harrypotterexhibition.com/) which clearly states, "More locations coming soon." *sighs in relief*Avatar Imagebellatrix15101 says: i seriously squee-ed out loud when i read this! i live near Seattle! I hope the rumor is true!!! although it certainly sounds like it from what the article says. I mean, how many other Blockbuster films are having an exhibition tour?Avatar ImageAnderja says: ITS OFFICIAL!! according to the Pacific Science Center Web site the Exhibition will open on OCT 23, 2010 and tickets go on sale to the general public Aug 14 at 10AM. Harry Potter: The Exhibition runs through January 30, 2011. see http://www.pacsci.org/harrypotter/Avatar ImageFresca says: That would be wonderful for fans in the Greater Vancouver, BC area and for the fans in Seattle and area too. I hope the rumour is true! Thanks to the posters who have visited the Exhibition and have not spoiled it for all the others too. I go to see it in two weeks in Toronto and am really looking forward to it.Avatar Imageharrypotterfreak101 says: That sounds awesome! But it was nice while the Exhibition was at the Ontario Science Centre......Avatar ImageEcrof G says: YES!!!! That's close enough to Portland for me!Avatar ImageEeyore says: Hubby just sent me the link to the Pacific Science Center. The exhibition will be there from October 23 to sometime in January. Saturday morning when they open ticket sales to the general public, I'll be buying mine. Yay!!!Avatar ImageGiant Squid says: Its awesome see it!Avatar Imagehewy says: Still too far away for me. Boo Hoo :(Avatar ImageWON_TWO says: My Pac. NW friends will all be most happy!!!Avatar Imageanghela_DA.14 says: gosh.....to whom it may concern bout the hp-visitin' by state... hope it'll come to PHilippines.. I'll be waitin'..

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