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Learn the Ways of the Wizarding World with “Harry Potter: A History of Magic” on Google Arts & Culture
Google, art, history, and magic collide for the experience of a lifetime.
We want to take the Time-Turner one last time to revisit 2018, a year that brought us the wildly discussed sequel “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” and the mobile game “Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery”.
This week, the Time-Turner takes us back to 2017, a year that brought us Jude Law as the younger version of Albus Dumbledore, the “Harry Potter: A History of Magic” exhibition, and the Forbidden Forest extension of Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter.
MuggleNet attended the opening-night gala of the new “Harry Potter: A History of Magic” exhibition at the New-York Historical Society (NYHS).
Read on for an inside look at the New-York Historical Society’s “Harry Potter: A History of Magic” exhibition that runs from October 5 to January 27.
This latest insight into the wizarding world will cover ancient artifacts, invisibility charms, and hidden secrets behind the development of the series!
From crafting workshops to book clubs, the New York City stay of the “Harry Potter: A History of Magic” exhibition has something to cater for every “Harry Potter” fan.
“Harry Potter: A History of Magic” is the official companion book to the exhibition in New York City, which opens October 5, 2018. The book will feature some surprises with an “American twist.”