Marvel at the wonders of Harry Potter: A History Of Magic
The boy wizard turned 20 this year – or at least his books did – and what better way to keep the celebrations going than by visiting the British Library’s latest magical exhibit? Harry Potter: A History Of Magic is kicking off a five-month stint at the Library’s PACCAR Gallery in October, with never-beforeseen exhibits getting dusted off for the very first time.
There’ll be rare books, manuscripts and magical objects from the British Library’s collection, as well as original drafts and drawings by JK Rowling and illustrator Jim Kay, plus a huge 16th-century Ripley Scroll that tells you everything you need to know about creating your own Philosopher’s Stone.
Tickets are available now. When booking, you’ll have to select a timeslot – expect this to be a busy one.