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Hogwarts is coming to Baltimore, MD this September for a weekend full of wizardry and adventure! For Harry Potter fans, The Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace will be THE ultimate place to be from September 8-10, 2017, for PotterVerse. During this weekend dedicated to your favorite wizard and all his friends, guests will enjoy cosplay, dance parties, and plenty of opportunities for shopping with local artists and vendors.

Interested fans can also register for additional events such as “The Wizards Council,” an opportunity to have a sit-down tea with the Wizards, or “House Party,” a fun time to hobnob with special and surprise guests. Don’t miss the meet and greets and photo ops with Adrian Rawlins (James Potter), Devon Murray (Seamus Finnegan), Miriam Margoyles (Professor Sprout), and more of the Harry Potter cast!

A variety of registration options for this weekend event is available, with plenty of extras available to attendees! For more information, including hotel reservation options, VIP levels, and more, click here.

PotterVerse will be held at The Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace, which is located at 202 E. Pratt St., Baltimore, MD 21202. Connect: Online | Facebook | Twitter | (410) 547-1200.


Disclaimer/Terms: This opportunity is subject to last minute cancellations and changes that might not be reflected in this DullesMoms.com post. Please, always confirm by calling/clicking.



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