Fans of films like 'Harry Potter', 'The Hunger Games', and 'Jurassic Park' will have to make plans to check out a new film museum that opens this weekend in Minnesota.

The new experience will feature over 500 props and costumes that were all used in the production of films like 'Harry Potter & The Sorcerers Stone', 'Beauty & The Beast', 'Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory', 'Transformers', and TV shows like, 'Vikings', 'Penny Dreadful', and 'True Blood', and those are just a small sample of the dozens of movies and TV shows that will be featured.

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The Enchanted Fantasy: Film Museum will open its door to the public this weekend in a space at the Maplewood Mall, located just northeast of Minneapolis. The new museum doesn't have enough space to display their entire collection, but will feature a selection of over 100 screen used costumes and props from over 50 TV shows and films.

On the museum's Patreon page, they say their goal is to "bring a new family friendly experience that is both magical and highly enjoyable." The museum aims to be an immersive experience with themed areas for popular films, and interactive displays all surrounded by "enchanting atmospheres".

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Admission to the museum starts at $25 for adults, $12 for kids, and seniors can get in for $18. Tickets are available at the door, and they are open weekdays starting at 10 AM.

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