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Tag: Pacific Science Center


Extended twilight hours for “King Tut” at Pacific Science Center, Seattle

Due to high demand, the Pacific Science Center in Seattle has extended opening hours of the sellout exhibition “Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs” to 8 p.m. every Saturday during July.

According to the press release: “Since the exhibition opened on May 24, every Saturday to date has sold out. The additional hours on Saturdays not only accommodate more people, but also offer guests an opportunity to enjoy the exhibition during the evening hours.”

The exhibition, which opened in May and is organized by National Geographic and Arts and Exhibitions International, features over 100 artifacts from the

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Get your Potter tickets now for Pacific Science Center’s upcoming show

If you think the Harry Potter films and books are a load of longwinded wizarding baloney, stop reading now.

Okay, everyone else, here’s your chance to immerse yourself in the film-ing world of Harry Potter, right here at your doorstep. Well, Seattle, anyhow. Come on, it’s better than Florida, yes? The not-so-imaginatively-named “Harry Potter: The Exhibition” is coming to the Pacific Science Center in Seattle, the only West Coast venue and the last stop on a U.S. tour that’s been wowing fans with all the props, sets and costumes you see in the Harry Potter films.

The show doesn’t open til Oct. 23, but it requires a time-entry ticket and PacSci is encouraging people to buy them well in advance. Tickets are on sale now.

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