Don't miss Harry Potter : The Exhibition before it closes in just three weeks! The blockbuster exhibition, which returned to New York City by popular demand after its successful 2011 run, will be open at Discovery Times Square through April 7, 2013.
The 14,000-square-foot experiential exhibition - created by Global Experience Specialists, Inc. (GES) in partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products - showcases the amazing craftsmanship behind authentic costumes and props from the films, offering fans a firsthand view of hundreds of artifacts displayed in settings inspired by the film sets - including the Great Hall, Hagrid's hut, the Gryffindor common room, and more.
In addition to the artifacts from the first seven Harry Potter films displayed during the exhibition's initial visit to New York, artifacts from the series finale, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2, are now part of the exhibition - including a vignette dedicated to the epic battle of Hogwarts.
Tickets are available for one last chance to step inside the famous wizard's magical world for $19.50 (child 4-12), $27 (adult) and $23.50 (senior 65 and over) and can be purchased starting today online at DiscoveryTS.com, at the Discovery Times Square box office (226 West 44th Street) or by calling (866) 987-9692.
Discovery Times Square is open seven days a week, and savings for groups of 10 or more are available with advanced reservation. Once open, the last tickets are sold 60 minutes prior to closing. For individual tickets and venue hours, visitwww.DiscoveryTS.com, call 866.9.TSXNYC (866-987-9692) or visit the Discovery Times Square box office. Follow Discovery Times Square on Facebook and Twitter for up-to-date information.
About Discovery Times Square
Discovery Times Square (DTS) is New York City's first large-scale exhibition center presenting visitors with limited-run, educational and immersive exhibit experiences while exploring the world's defining cultures, art, history and events. More than a museum, DTS has featured a renowned line-up of exhibitions including Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition, Leonardo Da Vinci 's Workshop, King Tut, Pompeii The Exhibit, Dead Sea Scrolls: The Exhibition and most recently Terracotta Warriors: Defenders ofChina's First Emperor. DTS is located at 226 West 44th Street (between Broadway and 8th Avenues).