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Harry Potter: A History of Magic exhibition heading to four Norfolk libraries

PUBLISHED: 10:25 29 October 2017 | UPDATED: 08:20 30 October 2017

King's Lynn Library. Picture: Matthew Usher

King's Lynn Library. Picture: Matthew Usher

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The magical world of Harry Potter is coming to several Norfolk libraries.

Harry Potter: A History of Magic (in numbers) Picture: British Library Harry Potter: A History of Magic (in numbers) Picture: British Library

In partnership with The British Library, Harry Potter: A History of Magic is coming to not one but four Norfolk libaries.

Numerous events and displays will take place to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the publication of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone at Kings Lynn Libary, Thetford Library, Great Yarmouth Library and the Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library.

Become a master wand maker at Ollivander’s Pop Up Wand Shop, learn how to care magical birds of prey or take part in the Herbology Workshop.

The exhibition is currently at Thetford Library until November 4 before heading on to King’s Lynn and beyond.

Some events require booking. For more information click here.

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