If, like me, the owl post never sent you your Hogwarts letter, and you spend your time looking to incorporate the magic into your muggle life, rejoice! You can now dive even further in the Wizarding World with the amazing new exhibit open at the British Library in London. Harry Potter: A History Of Magic is open now through February 28, 2017.

The largest library in the world

The British Library is home to over 150 million books, manuscripts, artifacts, and much more. The Library opened in 1973, as it was previously a part of the British Museum. With three million books added annually to the collection, the Library collects all the books published in a year in the United Kingdom and many more from all over the world, in addition to multimedia.

The Library houses some of the oldest and rarest books, such as the Codex Sinaiticus, a compilation of Christian, Islamic, and Jewish faith in Egypt dating from the 4th century BCE. The British Library is the UK's number one source for research and is available to anyone with a permanent address to apply for a pass.

This latest exhibit on display

Coinciding with the 20th anniversary of the release of the first Harry Potter book, "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone," as it was published in the UK. The exhibit will feature behind-the-scenes materials by the series' creator, author J.K. Rowling, such as never-before-scene early drafts of the famous books.

In addition to all this Harry Potter material, the exhibit will also showcase real-life magic books.

Ever wonder how make the mysterious Philosopher's stone? On display will be the Ripley Scroll, a 16th-century document detailing its (hypothetical) creation.

And there will be so much more, including a plethora of illustrations depicting the magical and mystical. You'll be able to see over a hundred artifacts based in wonder and magic, like the actual headstone of the alchemist Nicholas Flamel, oral bones used for divination in China, and real-life accounts of potion making.

From selections of Leonardo Da Vinci's notebooks, you will see how the artist, inventor, and philosopher attempted to incorporate magic into real life.

In addition to all this fascination on display, the British Library will be hosting a series of events throughout the course of the exhibit. But if you can't make it across the pond to see it for yourself, JK Rowling has released two brand-new books, "Harry Potter - A History of Magic" and "Harry Potter - A Journey Through A History of Magic." Additionally, this exhibit will be coming to the US in October 2018.

For further information, be sure to check out the official website of the British Library and their Facebook page.