Due to popular demand from fans, Mori Arts Center Gallery, Roppongi Hills is pleased to announce that Harry Potter: The Exhibition will extend its Japanese run by two additional weeks. The exhibition will remain open through Sunday, 29 September 2013.
The exhibition has already been experienced by more than two-million visitors worldwide and the extended run in Tokyo will give fans another chance to step inside Harry Potter’s world and experience it before the exhibition moves to its next location. Since its debut on June 22, Harry Potter: The Exhibition at Mori Arts Center Gallery has already seen more than 250,000 Harry Potter fans come through its doors.
The blockbuster exhibition has been a hit all over the world and fans continue to show their excitement as they are immersed in settings from the films’ most popular locations which are filled with hundreds of authentic film props, costumes and creatures including Harry Potter’s glasses, wand and Nimbus 2000™. Guests can also step inside interactive displays such as a re-creation of Hagrid’s hut and sit in his giant-sized armchair, enter the Quidditch™ area and toss a Quaffle, and even pull their own Mandrake in the Herbology classroom vignette.
Harry Potter: The Exhibition will run until September 29th at Mori Arts Center Gallery, Roppongi Hills. The exhibition requires a time-entry ticket and will be open from 10:00AM - 10:00PM daily.
Are you going to be visiting Harry Potter: The Exhibition while it is in Tokyo? Where do you think the next stop of the tour will be? Let us know in the comments below.
Posted by Keith
08-28-2013 at 10:50 AM