‘The Magicians’ “Hall Of Magic” Casts A Spell In NYC
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Inspired by SyFy’s The Magicians, a beautiful interactive exhibit has popped up in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The Hall of Magic, located at 55 Wythe Ave, engulfs you into the world of Brakebills and Fillory with a series of magical spaces.

Check out the gorgeous photo gallery below.

Last Saturday, the Hall of Magic opened with the stars themselves. Arjun Gupta, Hale Appleman, Jade Tailor, Jason Ralph, Olivia Taylor Dudley, Rick Worthy, Stella Maeve, Summer Bishil, and EPs/Writers Sera Gamble and John McNamara were on hand to greet press and fans before they were amazed by the magical rooms.

What is some of what you can see? Take a walk through a Fillory forest, practice your battle magic, levitate if that’s your fancy, lie on some cool grass and gaze at the stars, take a peek into the Cottage, and so much more. It takes about 30 minutes to get through the full experience, even for those who have never watched the show. It will inspire you to instantly binge season 1 now on Netflix.

Open now through Sunday, January 29th, tickets are free, but you must reserve online at Hall of Magic Tickets


Welcome to Hall of Magic, inspired by Syfy’s original series, The Magicians. It’s a fantastical world of mind control, levitation and spellcasting. Yup, magic is real and it’s all at your fingertips (literally). So get your free tickets now and impress us with your magic. We know you’ll be impressed by ours.

This multi-room experience will be a social media utopia, featuring visually stunning and interactive installations where you can take and share photos, videos and GIFs of magic all around you.

Hall of Magic is free, but you should reserve a ticket to guarantee entry. To participate in our magical world, guests must be 18+, or 13+ with a legal guardian.

The Magicians season 2 premieres Wednesday, January 25th on SyFy.

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