The Downton Abbey Exhibition Is Coming to New York Next Month

If you’re still mourning the loss of the beloved Crawley family and anxiously awaiting the official Downton movie, there’s a new way to experience the British period drama: the Downton Abbey exhibition, which is arriving in New York next month.

Downton Abbey: The Exhibition will fully immerse fans in the Downton universe. Visitors will be able to walk through iconic sets from the series, including Lady Mary’s bedroom, the dining room, and Mrs. Patmore’s kitchen, and will get to see over 50 costumes worn on the show, PBS reports. The exhibition will also feature never-before-seen footage from the series. And, visitors can explore the historical impact of the Downton era with a look at how British society, culture, and fashion, was shaped by the post-Edwardian period.

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Mrs. Patmore’s kitchen as seen in the exhibition.

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“This is a unique opportunity to step into Downton Abbey,” said Gareth Neame, one of Downton‘s executive producers and the managing director of Carnival Films. Visitors will have the chance “to wander through the sumptuous rooms the family inhabit, the kitchen and servants quarters below stairs and to get right up close to many of the iconic costumes and props.”

Costumes from ’Downton’ in the exhibition.

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News of the exhibition broke earlier this year when it first opened in Singapore, but the New York opening is the first time the exhibition will arrive stateside. It opens on Saturday, November 18th for a limited time only.

To buy tickets and learn more, visit the official exhibition website here. And, watch the video below for a preview of what’s in store: