The “Harry Potter Shop” at Platform 9 3/4 will officially open Saturday
Just in time for the Holiday season, THE HARRY POTTER SHOP AT PLATFORM 9 3/4; will officially open its doors to the public on Saturday, December 15, 2012 at 7:30 a.m.
Situated near the platform 9 3/4; trolley at London’s newly refurbished King’s Cross Station, the shop will sell items such as golden platform 9 3/4; collectible train tickets, wands, robes, uniforms and other collectibles in homage to the successful Harry Potter film franchise and book series.
THE HARRY POTTER SHOP AT PLATFORM 9 3/4; has been produced by Jonathan Sands (Founder and Chief Executive of London Film Museum) and partners, under license from Warner Bros. Consumer Products. Speaking ahead of the launch of the shop just in time for Christmas 2012, Jonathan Sands stated:
“ We are proud to be opening the official Harry Potter Shop at Platform 9 3/4; in association with Warner Bros. Consumer Products as this is precisely where Harry’s journey to Hogwarts began. King’s Cross Station has recently undergone the most amazing re-development and we are delighted to be a part of it thanks to Network Rail.”
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