This exhibit is being done in conjunction with the main one at the British Library, London and many other libraries around the country.
It's actually quite small but it does offer you a really good insight into what to expect from the main event in London. They cover eight subjects that are studied at Hogwarts but it's less to do with the Harry Potter books and more about the actual subjects. So Herbology will involve reading about what plants were used for ailments in the past. Care Of Magical Creatures looks at mythical creatures from all the best legends.
There's plenty of reference material listed so you can then go on and do your own research if you're interested.
And for the kids, look out for the events listed for all their magical needs.
Edit: Having now being to the British Library, I can say that it offers a more generalised view of the 'wizarding world' and includes some original artwork from the books, with sketches by J. K. Rowling. The smaller exhibits round the country are more inclusive of local history and folklore.
Read my review of the main exhibit HERE
File under: Harry Potter, BLHarryPotter, British Library, Huddersfield Library
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