“Harry Potter: The Exhibition” Heading to Milan, Italy!
This past weekend at A Celebration of Harry Potter, James and Oliver Phelps made the announcement that the next tour stop for Harry Potter: The Exhibition will be Milan, Italy. Milan’s deputy mayor even attended the event to represent the city!
The Exhibition, which allows fans to get up close and personal with props, costumes, and creatures from the Harry Potter films, will be open at Fabbrica del Vapore – a former steam train factory converted into an art museum – starting on May 12, 2018, for a limited run. There is no ending date yet, but based on the length of previous tour stops, it will likely stay open for several months.
This will be the 18th tour stop for the Exhibition, which has traveled across four continents over the last several years, attracting over four million visitors. The most recent stops have been Brussels, Belgium; Utrecht, the Netherlands; and the current stop in Madrid, Spain. (Click the links to read MuggleNet’s reports on all the amazing props, costumes, and interactive elements!)
Tickets go on sale Saturday, February 10 at harrypotterexhibition.it, but an exclusive presale is happening on the Radio 101 website from February 3 to 9. For more information on ticket prices and hours, see the press release below.
We already know that Harry Potter: The Exhibition will be continuing its world tour through at least spring 2020. Where would you like to see it stop next?