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A month-long celebration of Harry Potter

Posted by Kimberly Sherman  November 3, 2010 11:47 AM

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The chronicle of Harry Potter and his friends maneuvering through secret chambers, seeking out goblets, stones, and deathly hallow has lost no momentum in its 10 years of literary fame. The Harvard Museum of Natural History sees its literary and cultural importance and offers a month-long celebration through Nov. 28. It is a must for any fan of the Hogwart's School.

Celebrating the world of Harry Potter is not an easy task as it invites muggles, witches, and wizards to embark on the Harry Potter Scavenger Hunt, where you'll discover the science behind the magic. Explore the museum galleries, examining hundreds of real specimens from wolves to wolfsbane, and evaluate your knowledge of Potter's world.

The Harry Potter Scavenger Hunt is free with general admission. Call for information 617-495-3045.

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