Giant Harry Potter Wands Will Light Up In Front Of St Paul's This Winter

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Giant Harry Potter Wands Will Light Up In Front Of St Paul's This Winter

Lumos! Nine giant Harry Potter wands will illuminate the walkway between Millennium Bridge and St. Paul’s Cathedral this October.

Standing at 15-feet-tall, the oversized magic sticks will be recognisable to anyone who loves Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts.

They'll light up Peter's Hill every night at 6.45pm from 18 October to 12 November.

Created in association with JK Rowling's charity, Lumos, as part of the City of London Arts Initiative for public art, the installation also kicks off a series of activities for fans every 'Wizarding Wednesday,' including wand training and a live performance of music from the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts films by a military marching band.

More info here.

See also: the London locations we spotted in the Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald trailer.

Last Updated 27 September 2018

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