Exposure to COVID-19 is an inherent risk in any public location where people are present. MORE INFO

Effective Monday, December 27, proof of vaccination will be required to enter VR Experience.   VISIT VR EXPERIENCE FAQs FOR MORE INFO


Health and Safety


During your visit to Harry Potter New York, you can expect to enjoy a magical experience in the safest environment possible.

Your health and safety is our priority. We follow all mandated city, state and federal CDC guidelines. You acknowledge that Exposure to COVID-19 is an inherent risk in any public location where people are present and, by visiting Harry Potter New York, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19. Click Here for additional terms and conditions.

We’ve taken the necessary steps to ensure every Harry Potter fan’s safety:

VR Vaccine Requirement

Effective December 27: In accordance with New York City guidelines, all guests ages 5+ will need to show proof of vaccination prior to entering the VR experience.  This policy only affects guests who have purchased tickets to our VR experiences.  This policy does not apply to guests who are only shopping in the store. Click HERE for more information

Take-Out Only at Butterbeer Bar

Effective December 27: We will only offer take-out service at the Butterbeer Bar.  Onsite dining and consumption of beverages are not permitted at this time.


Virtual Queuing

When the store reaches capacity, our virtual queue will ensure we maintain a safe and comfortable environment within the store. More Info

Face Coverings Required

Face coverings will be required to be worn by all guests and staff while inside the store. Guests that arrive without a mask will be provided one.

Wash Hands Frequently

Guests and staff are encouraged to frequently wash their hands with soap and hot water for at least 20 seconds.

Use Hand Sanitizer

Hand sanitizer stations are located throughout the store.

Enhanced Cleaning

Cleaning procedures have been enhanced for all high-touch areas.

Staff Health Screenings

Employees and business visitors will be required to undergo symptom screening checks before beginning work each day