Earlier this week, MuggleNet was able to attend a preview of Harry Potter: The Exhibition in Sydney, Australia. You can watch the press conference above.
Jenna attended on behalf of the site and wrote a full report of her experience, as well talks about her conversations with those behind the exhibition, Eddie Newquist and Robin Stapley, and actors James and Oliver Phelps (Fred & George Weasley).
So, how has the Exhibition changed since it opened several years ago in Chicago?
"What us Australians will get as an extra treat, is the collection of all the Horcruxes [save Harry himself, Nagini the snake, and of course what is left of Voldemort's soul in himself].This is the first time the Exhibition has contained all the Horcruxes in one place. Indeed, it is the first time anyone has ever seen all the Horcruxes together, including those who worked on the films. What we also see, are the Deathly Hallows themselves. This is the first time they have all been united in one place, so that small space behind the glass is officially The True Master of Death!"
Harry Potter: The Exhibition is about to open in a few hours at Sydney's Powerhouse Museum and will be there through March 18, 2012.
As per Jenna's report, plans are still in place for future international stops, but they have yet to be determined.
November 8, 2008 - An illustration display appears in Cedar Rapids with close to 100 pieces of artwork from Mary GrandPre - some of which has never been seen before. The exhibit is on display until February 5, 2009.