Harry Potter & King Tut? Two Local Attractions Now Open!

The long-awaited illuminated world of magic and wizardry — so popular in The United Kingdom — has made the journey across the land both real and imaginary to Westchester County, NY.

Just one hour outside of the city, Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience has unlocked the doors, gates and other secret portals. This nighttime trail temporarily dazzles and decorates the preserved grounds of The Franklin D. Roosevelt National Park.

Visitors will remember some of the most iconic scenes from the creation of J. K. Rowling. It is interactive with some of the characters who may or may not cast a spell on those who enter.  It is open to every age and local vendors will be on guard to quench your thirst and sate your appetite.

Note: Reserve now as space and dates are limited to those who haven’t mastered a quick spell.

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National Geographic’s Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Experience is currently open at Pier 36 in Manhattan.  Visitors will come face to face with the man behind the gilded mask, while many mysteries are revealed, or at the very least discussed, about the 3,300 year-old story.

Guests will not only encounter the life and death of King Tut but also the discovery of his tomb along with many artifacts, treasures and translations regarding the time when kings were worshiped like gods and pyramids were built as eternal homes.

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Photos: Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Experience and Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience.