Crazy News for All Harry Potter Fans! “History of Magic’Exhibition” Is Now FREE on Google Arts & Culture

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Last year, the British Library opened their exhibition Harry Potter: A History of Magic. The last day of the exhibition is today, February 28, but don’t worry if you haven’t seen it yet: has it covered.

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The British Library had a multitude of visitors at the end of the exhibition, and all tickets were sold out.

Fortunately, Arts & Culture has a solution for those, who haven’t managed to see the magic artifacts.

Source: British Library/ Arts & Culture

didn’t wait and cooperated with British Library to get digital copies of the exhibition in six languages — English, Spanish, French, German, Hindi and Brazilian Portuguese.

The online library includes not only pictures but also a number of articles, notes, interactive artifacts (manuscripts, broomsticks) and interviews.

Source: British Library/ Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture lets you take a 360-degree tour of the British Library and check out Hogwarts’ Divination room and Rowling’s original sketch for Hogwarts.

“We’ve used medieval manuscripts, precious printed books, and Chinese oracle bones to explore magical traditions, from the making of potions to the harvesting of poisonous plants, and from the study of the night sky to the uses of unicorns,” said Julian Harrison, Lead Curator for Harry Potter: A History of Magic.

Source: British Library/ Arts & Culture

Also, you have an exclusive chance to see Rowling’s  first drafts of the book and creatures.

Source: British Library/ Arts & Culture

Source: British Library/ Arts & Culture

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