Explore the wonders of the British library exhibit: Harry Potter: A History of Magic

“Because that’s what Hermione does,” said Ron, shrugging. “When in doubt, go to the library.”

– Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets



Last year, the British Library opened an exhibition Harry Potter: A History of Magic. 

Even though the physical exhibition is now closed, Google Art & Culture, in conjunction with the British Library, has now made parts of the exhibit available online.

The online exhibit is absolutely teeming with images, interviews, and articles. It also features a few interactive touches — you can examine the length of the Ripley Scroll, a 6-metre-long 16th century document that contains the recipe for the philosopher’s stone.

Click here  to explore the magic of Harry Potter and read more about the exhibition in the article by “Harry Potter: A History of Magic available on Google Arts & Culture” by Isobel Hamilton from February 27th 2018, from the Mashable Australia website.

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