If you weren鈥檛 able to pop over to London to visit the Harry Potter: A History of Magic exhibit at the British Library, you鈥檙e in luck: You can now check it out anytime and from anywhere, thanks to the Google Arts & Culture app. Just like magic.

The exhibit first opened in the UK last year in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the US publication of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer鈥檚 Stone in 1997. It鈥檚 set to make its way over to New York from October 5, 2018, to January 27, 2019, but in the meantime, there鈥檚 an online version for everyone to enjoy.

Using the app, you can delve into 10 original Harry Potter-themed exhibits in six languages 鈥 English, Spanish, French, German, Hindi, and Brazilian Portuguese. The exhibits include interviews, articles, interactive features, and more magical touches you鈥檒l want to experience for yourself, from 10 strange things you didn鈥檛 know about the history of magic to the gorgeously painted Ripley scroll (which describes how to make the fabled Philosopher鈥檚 Stone).

But don鈥檛 stop there! Be sure to take a peek at an early sketch and notes from none other than the series鈥 author, J.K. Rowling, as well as stunning images created by illustrator Jim Kay. There鈥檚 also the 鈥淗ow to Study Like a Wizard鈥 section, which gives you helpful hints regarding potions, alchemy, herbology, charms, astronomy, divination, and, of course, defense against the dark arts and the care of magical creatures.

Finding this online treasure trove is almost as amazing as getting a Hogwarts acceptance letter. (Almost.)

What鈥檚 your favorite part of the online Harry Potter: A History of Magic exhibition? Let us know @BritandCo!

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