A history of magic

In January 2015 I visited the Harry Potter exhibition in Cologne but I never shared the photos I took properly. And since I found them today on my backup harddrive I decided this might be the perfect time to let you take a peek at what I caught πŸ™‚

This looks so casual πŸ˜€

I totally got lost in all the details ❀

It was like visiting a part of my childhood, even though I was already 17 when the first movie was released in 2001.

So colorful! I’m still marvelling at all this πŸ™‚

Parvati’s costume πŸ™‚ I love how the uniforms have all these little individual details

Omg Hagrid’s costume was huge!

I probably need all of this πŸ˜€

And an Hungarian Horntail πŸ˜€


A life-sized Buckbeak. This was inspiring enough for me to want to make loads of life-sized animals, somewhen in the future xD

All the props, hard fangirling πŸ˜€

Oh yeah, and this bitch…

Professor Slughorn’s garb

The amazingly awkward Professor Lockhart πŸ˜€

And his amazingly awkward book(s) πŸ˜€

This guy’s a real hero πŸ˜€

The executioner >.<

Look at the level of inconvenience Dobby is experiencing right now πŸ˜€ (The sign in the middle says “Photography prohibited” :P)

They exude evil Β°___Β°

What a beautiful dress for such a nasty woman πŸ˜€

Yaaay! Clowns!!! πŸ˜‰

Quidditch, anyone?

I think this is what one of these youtube hauls would look like if I did one πŸ˜€

These mandrake props were screeching all. the. time. πŸ˜€

I literally couldn’t let this opportunity pass by and also got myself a replica of Dumbledore’s wand:

Even after so many years I still get excited about all this beautiful magic and I’m really glad I had this opportunity πŸ™‚

Really hope you enjoyed my little trip back in time! Have a magical day, guys!

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