Harry Potter: The Exhibition

Since getting back from Massachusetts, I have had zero time for anything. I’m behind on reading all of your blogs, I’m behind on reading, and behind on every other aspect of my life (including laundry which is going to become a problem very quickly). But, I wanted to throw a quick post out there.

On Saturday, I went to Harry Potter: The Exhibition at the Museum of Science in Boston. It’s an exhibit of props used in the movies and it was simply fabulous. We saw costumes, wands, school books, and entire rooms.ย  I watched kids get sorted into houses, pulled up a screaming mandrake, scored in quidditch, and sat in Hagrid’s chair.ย  The exhibit is in Boston until February but future locations are promised on the website (it was in Chicago previously). If you are a Harry Potter fan and you have the opportunity, you should check this out (I’m not sure if I have many New Englanders for readers).

So there is my quick update. And now I need another vacation to catch up on life.

4 thoughts on “Harry Potter: The Exhibition

  1. Beth F December 2, 2009 / 6:45 pm

    That sounds like a ton of fun!

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    • Michelle December 3, 2009 / 9:29 am

      It really was and it has not prompted a rewatch of all the movies. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. Emily December 2, 2009 / 9:18 pm

    I’ve been wanting to make it to visit my friend in Boston before this exhibit leaves. I could probably go for a weekend in January or February, but I’m terrified to because of how cold it was when I went there in March one year.

    You know it must have been bad if this Michigander and New Yorker thought it was too cold in March.

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    • Michelle December 3, 2009 / 9:29 am

      Yes. Boston can be a bit chilly in the winter. But I actually think Michigan is worse, so New York must be thinning your blood. ๐Ÿ˜›

      At least you didn’t move to Florida like me.

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