Join us this April

The Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition is bringing a little magic to visitors exploring Covent Garden this Easter. Until the 24th April, enjoy a range of Wizarding World photo opportunities across the Piazza, including a giant wand display, Platform 9 ¾ trolley-through-the-wall and a LEGO® installation, and for children there’s an activity trail to follow.

The Photographic Exhibition’s pop-up Butterbeer Bar has returned this Easter serving bottled Butterbeer and Chocolate Frogs. The unique blend of top-secret ingredients makes bottled Butterbeer a must try for any aspiring witch or wizard. Free souvenir tankards will be offered to anyone who purchases a bottle of Butterbeer from the pop-up and then goes on to buy a ticket to the Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition.

Wands in Covent Garden
Butterbeer Van in Covent Garden
LEGO image
Harry Potter and the Cursed Chid

Take a photo with the LEGO® Sorting Hat and pose for a picture at the trolley-through-the-wall as you re-enact the Platform 9 ¾ scene. Step inside your own portrait under the gaze of Professor Albus Dumbledore brought to you by the award-winning West End theatre production, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.

Following a tour across England, nine 15ft tall wands, representing key characters from the Wizarding World films, will also be on display in Central Avenue to promote the release of Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore, in cinemas now – book tickets here. The wands are replicas of those belonging to the most notable characters from the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts films series, including Harry Potter and Newt Scamander.

Visit Covent Garden, London, until the 24th April to see the Wizarding World take over the Piazza, 11am-8pm, opening times for each activation vary

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The Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition - bottled Butterbeer bar

Visit Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition

Journey through memories captured during years of magical filmmaking. Located in Covent Garden, the Photographic Exhibition is home to London’s only bottled Butterbeer bar.

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