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Harry Potter at the Met

 
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Harry Potter at the Met was an innovative museum tour project researched, designed, and led by Emily Turner. The hour and a half tour explored the Met's world-renowned collection through the lens of Harry Potter by uncovering the mythology and folklore that inspired the Harry Potter universe. Trivia, dueling, and a touch of theatre made the tour an interactive experience for fans of all ages. 

 
 

73 tours

from June 2014 through July 2015 totaling

652

guests from the tri-state area and beyond

7-70

years in age, a mix of first-time and veteran Met goers

public tours

through a partnership with Sidetour and Groupon

private tours

for bachelorette parties, corporate team building, birthdays, and museum professionals

 

Keep the Magic Alive! 

Download self-guided pamphlets for the Met and the Cloisters

 
 

Explore photos and more from the HP at the Met project by visiting facebook or hpmettours.tumblr.com

 

HP at the Met is an educational fan experience. It was not affiliated with the Metropolitan Museum of Art, nor is it an endorsed or official ‘Harry Potter’ event. All rights to the Harry Potter book series are the property of J.K. Rowling and her publishers. Film rights and image trademarks are the property of Warner Bros Inc.