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Harry Potter exhibition is heading to France

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Harry Potter exhibition is heading to France
Harry Potter: The Exhibition is coming to France. Photo: Getty/AFP
13:16 CET+01:00
There was some great news for Harry Potter fans in France this week. The universe of the famous Hogwart's wizzard is coming to Paris. And you'll have to be quick off the mark to get tickets.

The mammoth 2000-square-metre exhibition, will be held at the Cité des Cinéma in Saint-Denis in the north of Paris in April next year. 

The Potter retrospective, which has already proven to be a success in America and Asia, is currently taking place in Cologne, Germany.

As a new Hogwarts student, the Sorting Hat will first direct you to ‘your house’, Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw or Hufflepuff.

The famous Hogwarts Express (or Poudlard Express in French) will then take you to the heart of the school where you will get to try Quidditch and maybe even catch the Golden Snitch if you are lucky.

The most adventurous fans will probably want to take a walk in the school’s forest near by Hagrid’s house afterwards, and enter Voldemort's secret room.

Beware though, Death Eaters will be nearby… Last but not least, you will even have the privilege of meeting with professors Dumbledore and MacGonagall in the school refectory.

The exhibition will only last until September 6th next year.

Tickets, which are available from €19.99 for adults, €15.99 for children and €65 for groups of four, went on sale on Monday and have already been snapped up in their thousands. Websites selling the tickets were still experiencing long delays on Tuesday.

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