“Harry Potter: The Exhibition” Opening in Barcelona
After the recent announcement that Harry Potter: The Exhibition is heading to Macao, Harry Potter fans in Spain will be delighted to hear that Harry Potter: The Exhibition is also making its way to Barcelona, Spain, later this year.
As part of its European tour, the interactive and immersive exhibition will open in Barcelona by the end of 2023, with the exact date and location yet to be announced.
Those eager to join the waiting list can sign up online to be the first to find out when tickets for the stop will become available to buy.
We’re bringing the magic to Barcelona! Join the waitlist today to be the first to know when tickets go on sale. 🪄
¡La magia llega a Barcelona! Apúntate a la lista de espera para ser el primero en enterarte cuando las entradas salgan la venta. 🪄 pic.twitter.com/7MEUPHIkgT
— Harry Potter: The Exhibition (@HP_Exhibition) June 13, 2023
Tom Zaller, president and CEO of Imagine Exhibitions, which works in partnership with Warner Bros. to create and produce the exhibition, expressed his excitement for the tour’s new location.
We’re delighted to bring this exhibition to Harry Potter fans in Barcelona as well as visitors to the city and throughout all of Spain.
Harry Potter: The Exhibition is currently open at the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles in Paris, France, and Herald Square in New York City, New York. It is also set to open in December at the Londoner, Macao.
Using immersive design and technology and powerful storytelling, the groundbreaking touring experience allows fans of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts to experience the Wizarding World for themselves.
Cast your eyes on original props and costumes from the films and see some of your favorite scenes and locations brought to life. You’ll even be able to take part in magical lessons, including Quidditch, Potions, and Herbology.
On a recent episode of the podcast MuggleCast, Tom Zaller explained how different versions of the tour are concurrently taking place in different parts of the world, with separate sets being built for both the Asian and South American tours.
There’ll be four total touring versions of this show, and all will be similar in nature, but of course, they’ll all have their own unique props and costumes, so technically, if you’re really a superfan, you’re going to need to go to all of them.
Are you looking forward to visiting Barcelona’s Harry Potter: The Exhibition when it opens later this year?