A touring “Harry Potter” exhibition is going to be on the road a bit longer.
Harry Potter: The Exhibition features some of the film series’ props, costumes, and more–including interactive elements like a Qudditch field and Herbology classroom–and fans now have even longer to experience it. It’ll now run through spring of 2020 and has seen a total of about 3.5 million visitors since its inception in 2009 in Chicago.
“We are thrilled to extend the exhibition’s tour… Harry Potter: The Exhibition has excited fans for the past seven years and we are so pleased to continue the magic,” said Robin Stapley from GES Entertainment.
The tour’s next stop will be Brussels, Belgium starting June 30.
This is the second time the tour has been extended. The original run was scheduled for five years, which was then expanded to seven. Its current home in Shanghai was intended to be its last stop.