GES Harry Potter The Exhibition

October 5, 2016

Harry Potter: The Exhibition is at the Pacific Science Center in Seattle until February 13. The exhibition allows visitors to experience the amazing craftsmanship of more than 200 authentic costumes and props from the Harry Potter films displayed in settings inspired by the film sets- including the Great Hall, Hagrid's hut, and the Gryffindor common room. While touring through the exhibit space, visitors will discover iconic items such as Hurry's original wand and eyeglasses, the Marauder's Map, Gryffindor school uniforms as well as costumes worn at the Yule Ball. Visitors can also enter the Quiddich area and toss a "quaffle," pull their own Mandrake; encounter Buckbeak the Hippogriff and even a giant Acromantula spider.

About GES Global Experience Specialists, Inc. (GES), a Viad Corp (NYSE: VVI) company, is a leading marketing agency that produces exhibitions, events, exhibits and retail environments. GES provides a wide range of services, including turn-key official show services, cutting-edge creative and design, marketing and measurement services—all with an unrivaled global reach. GES partners with leading shows and brands, including the Spring Fair Birmingham, International Woodworking Fair, CONEXPO-CON/AGG and IFPE, Bell Helicopter, L'Oreal, Warner Bros., and Simon Property Group. GES' National Servicenter℠ has been recognized with certification under the J.D. Power and Associates Certified Call Center Program℠ for the past three years, and Ad Age has named GES a "World's Top 50 Agency Company" for two years. For more information, visit or the GES blog at

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