“Harry Potter: The Exhibition” Extended in Seattle Until Feb. 13, 2011


Jan 07, 2011

Posted by John Admin

The Pacific Science Center has announced that the traveling “Harry Potter: The Exhibition” will remain in Seattle, WA for an extra two weeks.

“Harry Potter: The Exhibition” will now be open until February 13, 2011. The center said that “a strong attendance over the holiday season” encouraged them to keep the exhibit operating past the original January 30th closing day.

More information, including tickets to the exhibit which features costumes and props from all 7 films, can be found here.

The next stop for “Harry Potter: The Exhibition” has not yet been announced, but we’ll update once it’s revealed!

23 Responses to “Harry Potter: The Exhibition” Extended in Seattle Until Feb. 13, 2011

Avatar ImagePercyandpotter says: I am so jealous! My cousins live in Seattle, but I live in CA. They went and said it was a lot of fun. :(Avatar ImageLilly_Potter.jr says: Lol all my friends on Seattle said it was amazing curses living in Canada This is one of those times I wish I could apparateAvatar Imagebellatrix15101 says: Yay! This gives me more of a chance to go see it! January is so busy for me, I was worrying that we wouldn't get a chance to go before it left. YAY!Avatar Imagecleothyla says: I have gone to it 3 times already and soon will be making a fourth since I'm taking a friend who's been out of town since it came. I am soo happy it's been extended for another two weeks. We might go again.Avatar ImageSueatDucksfoot says: It's great. I was one of the ones who was there over the holidays and I'm going back Monday the 17th with friends coming in from Canada just to see it. If you get the chance go see it, it's worth the trip. Avatar Imagechanngalambeatrice says: I so wish it will come to HK. :(Avatar Imagewandless witch says: I am going tomorrow!!! Very excited!!! Avatar Imageazaadpotter says: Cool. wish they put one in India tooAvatar ImageLoonyJennyLovegood says: Wish it was in London. Well... it would be even better if they let you go into Levesden studio and see evrythingAvatar ImageButterfly_Boy says: I know somebody going to Seattle only a few weeks after it will move on; how disappointing! Which city will it move to after this?Avatar ImageGiant Squid says: It was such a good exhibit! They really did a great job though I wonder why its in a "science centre" ?Avatar Imageksddancer says: I hope it comes near me!Avatar ImageHalfbloodPrince08 says: I want to go see it!! I couldnt last yearAvatar Imagejhangelgurl says: Lucky for those who can go. Avatar Imagefalkowska says: People who can go are so lucky!Avatar ImageNot Slytherin says: I saw this in Boston in 2009 ... it is amazing!!! Don't hesitate if you live nearby. :o)Avatar ImageI am totally awesome says: I went to see it when it was in toronto!!! it was freakin` amazing!!!!! now whenever i watch the movies im like..i saw that!!!!!!! :D I LOVED IT!!!Avatar ImageAmberDragon says: Would be great to have something like this in the UK too...Avatar Imagepopspops says: I went to the exhibition last year, it is amazing!Avatar ImageKayWeasley says: Loved it! Still bummed out by the expense of the gift shop though. The kids were hard-pressed to find anything that they could afford on their own.Avatar Imagelowerwolf says: i really hope this will come to the uk soon! perhaps its final resting place will be in the harry potter museum at leavesden...Avatar ImageCatdelaCreme says: Oh man. it was AMAZING! My husband, best friend and I went and spent like 2 and a half hours just marveling over every bit of it! aaaand, I got to get sorted! It was like 3 kids under 10 and me. haha! If you can go, do!Avatar ImageFiniteincantatum says: I agree with @Books_and_Cleverness. It would be nice to be able to go there.

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