TAMPA, Fla. — Universal's Wizarding World of Harry Potter may not be open during the coronavirus pandemic, but a new online hub is bringing all of Hogwarts magic into the home.
J.K. Rowling has launched the "Harry Potter At Home" hub to keep kids and adults entertained while stuck at home. Just like the famous Hogwarts staircases, the website says it changes all the time.
Fans can find special activity kits, magical craft videos, fun articles, quizzes and puzzles on the site. Fans can even be sorted into a Hogwarts house.
"The Harry Potter At Home hub aims to help inspire you, your family, your friends, and especially children all around the world to read for pleasure and enjoy the stories, as well as bring some magic-infused joy and entertainment to all the family," the website says. "But the hub is also a place for those of you who have loved Harry Potter for decades: a place for you to feel the warmth of the fire in the Gryffindor common room or a much-needed hug from Mrs Weasley."
Click here to step into the wizarding world of Harry Potter.
This story was originally published by Emily McCain on WFTS in Tampa, Florida.