We've heard about Wizard Fest taking central New York by storm later this month. Now there's another Harry Potter attraction in Syracuse that'll have you saying "lumos."

Harry Potter and the Night Sky is at the Silverman Planetarium at Syracuse's Museum of Science and Technology through the end of October, giving wizards and witches of all ages the chance to discover stars and constellations in the night sky that influenced names in J.K. Rowling's wizarding world. The shows are are just $3 on top of regular admission, so you can explore the MOST's exhibits during spell-casting experience under the stars.

For all dates and tickets, visit the MOST's website.