“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” which was the last part of the core Harry Potter book and movie collection, released way back in 2007. But even in 2021 it is still going strong with new things coming up in the franchise every now and then. We saw the legendary prequel and spin-off of the series which continued with the “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” movie franchise. Later, we came across the magical Potter-themed-park at Universal Studios and it surely didn’t let the muggles stay away from their favorite wizarding world even after all these years.
The publication of the first ever part of the book series, “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” by J.K. Rowling is just around the corner for its 25th anniversary and people are yet again given a treat for this grand celebration with “Harry Potter: The Exhibition” which is launching at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in early 2022. According to a press release, this exhibition will be an expansion to the Harry Potter universe which will include the beautiful recreated movie sets, original costumes from the school which we always wanted a letter from and adding more to it, the exhibition let the visitors have an interactive environment to make them relive the wonders of the magical world. But the most unique quality of this exhibition is that although it is starting its journey from Philadelphia, it will travel around the globe so fans around the world can celebrate the story’s landmark anniversary. As of now, the opening date and where the future locales of the set will be, has not been confirmed yet, but according to the press release the tour will eventually make its way to Latin America, Europe, Asia, and Africa, as well.
What can the fans expect to see at the Harry Potter Exhibition?
“The iconic moments, characters, settings, and beasts” from the books, films, and even the stage play, “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child”, will be recreated according to the official site. However, as of now there are no details as of what exactly will be seen by the fans in the exhibition but it definitely sounds like that this experience is going to be very unique and comprehensive. As we see advances in the technology has touched the skies, the plan is to mix technology and props to create impressive installations that will prove to be a vivid experience for fans as they will be transported through different times of the show; from Hogwarts to The Ministry of Magic, Gringotts, and beyond. This experience is going to be one hell of a roller coaster ride for the memory lane of fans as they will be witnessing the original pieces of the set from a very close distance. Fans can sign up for updates on the exhibition at the official Franklin Institute website, but rest assured, more details will be coming as the 2022 launch date approaches.
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