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What to expect
Wizards, witches, and muggles from all houses, this is your chance to explore a brand new Harry Potter attraction in Covent Garden, London. The Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition contains a lot of props, photos, and exhibits, that have never been seen before. London's only bottled Butterbeer bar is also available here, where you can enjoy a Wizard's drink from the list of your choices. If you are a 'Harry Potter' fan, this is a place to visit, as Warner Bros has created something magical. Book tickets for the event and fly your broomsticks to the location in London with your friends and family.
For Potterheads, this is a magical museum that lets you enjoy 20 years of magic from the 'Harry Potter' movies and takes you behind the scenes into your favourite 'Harry Potter' event. Whether it is the Battle of Hogwarts or the first time Harry Potter stepped foot inside Hogwarts, you will find photos of everything in this Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition. Costumes, props, and photos from events, never seen before, are on display at the photographic exhibition from Warner Bros. You can also take your own photos, learn about green screen technology, and get your photo ID card to admit you into the Ministry of Magic. Shop for a magical gift at the gift shop and check out the Butterbeer bar. Explore the scenes of magical filmmaking and become nostalgic for the most-watched movies of all time. It cannot get any better than Harry Potter and his fantastic magical world. Book Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition tickets today.
About The Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition
What is the Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition?
This photo exhibition houses iconic photographs of the key moments from the 'Harry Potter' movies. You will find never-seen-before photos of the Battle of Hogwarts and Harry's first day at the infamous Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
The photo exhibition is in Covent Garden, in London, and also houses the only Butterbeer bar in London, where you can enjoy a glass of your favourite drink from the wizarding world.
You will even be given a magic identification card to get you into the Ministry of Magic!
Covent Garden in London is ready to host you for a day of 'Harry Potter' fandom, as there is nothing better than being inside the magical world we all know and love. Warner Bros Entertainment Inc. created the amazing 'Harry Potter' film series, and this is your chance to explore some unseen photos, props, and more in the Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition. You will also find areas which focus on life in the muggle world, 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' memories, and of course, 'Fantastic Beasts'. Get your friends and family on their broomsticks and take a trip to find something that has never been seen by any Potterheads before!
What can I expect to see at the exhibition?
Just like Daniel Radcliff, who rode a broomstick for his Quidditch games, you can also emulate a famous Quidditch scene. You can use the green screen technology and take a photo of yourself riding the Nimbus 2000, that you can keep and show all your friends! All key moments from the film series are on display here, using behind-the-scene photos, props, and mementos, that will blow your mind!
Expect to enter the prestigious Ministry of Magic using your identification card and become an official member of the office.
If you are visiting the Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition between July 1 and September 30, you will also be given a green screen photograph for free!
Book tickets to the exhibition today and enjoy an event made just for you. You will get a photo of yourself playing Quidditch and your own Ministry of Magic ID card to take home and add to your 'Harry Potter' nostalgia collection. These gifts are available to buy with different options.
You can also expect to see the only Butterbeer bar in London, where you can order your favourite wizard's drink. You can take the bottle home to keep, or drink it in a souvenir beer mug. Did you know Butterbeer is made in the UK and made with top secret items? It is definitely a must-try for Potterheads and should be served chilled.
What age is the Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition suitable for?
Children under the age of 15 must be accompanied by adults on this tour in London. You must book tickets in advance.
How long does it take to see the Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition at London Film Museum?
It should take around one hour to fully enjoy the Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition in London.
When is the best time to visit?
You can visit any time of the day between 10:00 to 18:00.
Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs
Where is the Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition?
The address of the venue is The London Film Museum, 45 Wellington Street, Covent Garden, London WC2E 7BN.
How do I get to the London Film Museum?
The A4 will take you to the location from any part of Central London in the shortest possible time.
Covent Garden is the nearest tube station to the location. It is only around two minutes away from the venue. Leicester Square is also nearby and within five minutes of the venue.
Charing Cross is the nearest train station. It is around five minutes away from the museum.
You can also choose to take a London bus service to the destination, as there are buses running throughout the day.
Where can I park near the London Film Museum?
Q-Park Covent Garden is the nearest car park in the area.
Where are the toilet facilities at the London Film Museum?
Toilets, baby changing facilities, and accessible toilets are available inside the museum.
Is the London Film Museum accessible?
The exhibition is wheelchair accessible.
Where can I eat nearby?
Some popular recommendations in the area include The Cornerstone, San Carlo Cicchetti, Cafe Rouge Wellington Street, Bella Italia, and Byron Wellington Street.