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Harry Potter Costumes at Warner Brothers Studio Museum in Burbank


We recently visited Warner Brothers Studio in Burbank, California.  My brother-in-law’s brother works as a curator for the museum exhibits and in the archives.  We got a behind-the-scenes sneak peak of the museum’s new “75 Years of Batman” exhibit (no photos allowed at that moment! ).  We also spent a bunch of time upstairs in the museum ogling over the many costumes worn in the Harry Potter films.  You can visit the museum as part of the Warner Brothers Studio Tour.  Any Harry Potter fans out there can you please help me label these photos by commenting below!  The costumes were P-R-E-T-T-Y C-O-O-L.  Sorry for the blurries.  I wish I had lugged around my nice Canon SLR camera instead of only my iPhone camera.  I had no idea the treat we were in for when we stopped by to visit a relative at his “office”…

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And of course, the sorting hat!

These aren’t costumes, but just for funzies…

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