Eric Wilbur over at about.com is sharing information on the Harry Potter Exhibition in Boston :

The science of Harry Potter?

Well, whatever you might think about the relation between the cultural phenomenon of the Harry Potter films and real-life science, it simply can’t be denied that “Harry Potter: The Exhibition” is going to be huge when it lands at the Museum of Science next month.

The exhibition will, offers fans a glimpse of costumes, props, and more than 200 other authentic artifacts from the film sets—including the Great Hall, Hagrid’s hut, and the Gryffindor common room. The Museum of Science will be only the second venue to host the event. The exhibition made its debut last April at Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry, where it will run through Sept. 27.

Tickets for the exhibition, which will run from Oct. 25-Feb. 25, 2010, can be purchased now online at www.mos.com.

Adult tickets are $26, children $23.


Dang it all! I was just in Chicago a few weeks ago and if I would have know about this I would have begged for someone to take me. I’m hoping since they’ve only taken the exhibition to two place,s they will decide to go all over if the turn out is good. Which, really come on now, how would something Harry Potter not do good.

Are you a fan of Harry Potter? Are you going to the exhibition? Would you go if you could?