If you haven’t yet been to Harry Potter: The Exhibition, you still have time to grab your Nimbus 2000 and fly to New York City. The experience will now remain open until April 7. The interactive exhibition was created and developed by Imagine Exhibitions, but Warner Bros. Discovery Global Themed Entertainment also had a say, so you know it’ll be accurate to canon. 

To celebrate the extension and The Wizarding World, there is a new holiday ticket bundle available for all Potterheads. The bundle includes four flex tickets, four audio guides, and four commemorative posters for $175. 

Umbridge’s office is the purrrr-fect place for a photo. | Source: Harry Potter: The Exhibition

Fans can enter the Wizarding World with Harry Potter: The Exhibition and interact with scenes and characters from Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts. Visitors will receive a Hogwarts house-themed wristband, pick a wand and Patronus, and earn points for their house. 

Sit in Hagrid’s chair! | Source: Harry Potter: The Exhibition

Slytherins, Hufflepuffs, Ravenclaws, and Gryffindors can experience the hall of moving portraits, Hagrid’s Hut, The Forbidden Forest, Harry’s cupboard, the Great Hall, and Hogwarts classrooms. Fans will also recognize authentic props and costumes from the movies and the Broadway production, Harry Potter and The Cursed Child. 

The experience is located at Herald Square in Midtown on the corner of 34th and 6th Ave, and visitors can get to it via Penn Station, Port Authority, or the subway. So if you’ve never been to New York and don’t yet have the ability to apparate, you can easily access the exhibition.

Those still awaiting their Hogwarts letter can visit new-york.harrypotterexhibition.com for tickets and more information in the meantime.

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Samantha Connell

Samantha Connell

Samantha is an Assistant Editor for The Toy Book, The Pop Insider, and The Toy Insider. She loves to write, craft, watch Pride and Prejudice, and play with her adorable dog, Willow. She is a Ravenclaw, Star Wars fan (prequels included), and Clemson alumna. She also thinks that she is the favorite aunt.