Come and step inside the world of Downton Abbey and take an incredible journey through life, history, and culture of post-Edwardian England.
A celebration of the most successful British drama ever created, Downton Abbey: The Exhibition explores the beloved characters, sets, and storylines of the Crawley family and their lives leading up to and surrounding World War 1. Authentic set recreations transport visitors to the most iconic rooms of Downton, from the opulent dining room to Lady Mary’s bedroom to the hustle and bustle of Mrs. Patmore’s kitchen. Cutting-edge technology weaves an integrated narrative through some of history’s most significant moments, examining the impact that social and political upheaval had on the characters and their lives. The exhibition culminates in a stunning display of the intricate costumes worn throughout the series and film—a visual representation of how a British household moved into the modern era.
History buffs and Downton fans alike will enjoy this one-of-a-kind experience.
- Dozens of authentic costumes
- Film set recreations
- Educational with historical and scientific
- Highly immersive and themed settings
- Cutting-edge technology woven
- In-depth look at life, culture, fashion and
socioeconomics of early 20th Century
- 10,000 - 15,000 sq. ft. (1,000 - 1,400 sq. m)
- 15 - 18 ft ceiling height (4.5 - 5.5 m)
“...a cleverly immersive experience mounted with the same exacting care as the show itself.”-THE NEW YORK TIMES
“…a dazzling experience”-SOUTHERN LIVING
“If you've been fantasizing about immaculate riding costumes and white-tie dinners ever since Downton Abbey aired its final episode, American anglophiles have been offered one final chance to return to the English countryside...”-ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY
"Downton Abbey exhibit is a delight for fans and history buffs.”-METRO
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