Fantastic Beasts of Benares

Fantastic Beasts of Benares

Featuring all things wizarding, Fantastic Beasts of Benares packs a historic house with two days full of potion making, spell casting classes, crafts, games and prizes. Don't miss out on fun for all ages with quill writing in invisible ink, an artisans market, visits with real life beasts, tastes of your favourite wizarding world treats, and many more magical surprises.

Make sure to bring your wand to the Museums of Mississauga's most magical event of the year!

Saturday, October 26, 2019 - 12:00pm to 4:00pm
Sunday, October 27, 2019 - 12:00pm to 4:00pm
Tickets
Adult Special Event: $8.81 tax incl.
Child Special Event (3 to 12 years) : $6.25 tax incl.
Student Special Event (13+ years): $7.05 tax incl.
Family Special Event (max 5, one person must be 16+ years): $22.04 tax incl.
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