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Photography, Broomsticks, and Butterbeer, Oh My
Harry Potter photographic exhibition, Covent Garden
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All the Colin Creevy's out there are in for a treat as, from the 12th July, the London Film Museum at Covent Garden is playing host to the Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition. Fans will be able to experience the whole filmic saga, starting with the day Harry received his acceptance letter to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft & Wizardry and ending with the epic Battle of Hogwarts. All this will be achieved through iconic photographs that take you on a behind the scenes journey of the eight films.

Not only will visitors be able to witness the magic, but also take part in it themselves. As with the Warner Brothers Harry Potter Studio Tour, there is the opportunity to take to the green screen and fly a broomstick in your Hogwarts robes.

If you are more into food than flight, then the Butterbeer Bar might be the place for you. Butterbeer has come in many creative forms over years, starting at the WB HP Studio Tour, which provides delicious butterbeer in tankards, as well as Butterbeer ice cream. The Wizarding World of Harry Potter then went one step further to create bottled butterbeer. Of course, that is all the way across the pond at Universal Orlando, which is not particularly easy to get to right now. Fortunately for us, this Photographic Exhibition is bringing bottled butterbeer to the UK for the first time, and they are using their own unique recipe. The butterbeer is worth buying for the bottle alone, which has a beautiful label designed by MinaLima.

Tickets to the exhibition are £20 for adults and £14 for children, although under 4s go free.

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When: From the 12th July
Where: London Film Museum
Cost: £20 Adult, £14 Child
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