Last Chance to See Harry Potter: The Exhibition in North America Before It Goes International
August 10, 2011, 12:39 AM
Fans still have a few more weeks to visit Harry Potter: The Exhibition at Discovery Times Square in New York City before it closes on September 5 and heads overseas.
Tickets are available for purchase online at www.DiscoveryTS.com, at the Discovery Times Square box office (226 West 44th Street) or by calling (866) 987-9692.
Harry Potter: The Exhibition has been traveling across North America since 2009 and features original props and costumes used in the eight "Harry Potter" films. It first opened in Chicago and has since made stops in Boston, Toronto, and Seattle.
Its first international stop will be in Sydney, Australia at the Powerhouse Museum from November 19, 2011 to March 18, 2012.
Just a heads up – it stays in Sydney until March 2012, not March 2011.
i so want to see it it looks so cool
Yes it is and so looking forward to it. Already got my tickets!!!
Go see it you have the chance!
Had a bit of trouble logging in, but here I am.
I do hope the Exhibition will come to Europe. Not a chance that it will come to the Netherlands of course, but England is okay too. I hope they will let us know way in advance though, so I can book my trip around it.
There’s something else I’d like to visit there, which opens in Spring 2012 ;o)
Will be going to Sydney in November for sure. Not to be missed.
i gotta c it in new york b4 it goes international!!!
i cant belive i wasent able to go to the one in toronto :(
i might be going
Please come to Scotland or at least London!!
I was lucky enough to see it both in Seattle and again (yesterday) in NYC. It is an amazing exhibit that every Harry Potter fan should see!
If you have the possibility of going to see it… DO SO! You will be so very glad you did… It is flat awesome, and I NEVER say awesome! lool….
i hope it to come to Brazil :D
I got the chance to see it in Boston when it was at the museum of science. It was great. I know I’ll never make it to the Leavesden studio tour so it was great to have it come to me in a sense.