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‘Downton Abbey’ Crosses the Pond With a Fully Immersive Exhibition in NYC

Bianca Bahamondes Bianca Bahamondes

‘Downton Abbey’ Crosses the Pond With a Fully Immersive Exhibition in NYC

“Downton Abbey” may have ended its six-season run in 2015, but fans can now relive their favorite moments by stepping onto the set of the British estate.

The Downton Abbey Exhibition has officially crossed the pond and will make its US debut in NYC this weekend, allowing visitors to to immerse themselves in the Crawley estate with the ability to walk through the upstairs and downstairs portions of the recreated set.

While inside you’ll be able to see Lady Mary’s bedroom, the servants’ hall, the kitchen, the dining room, and the pantry. You will also get a chance to view over 50 original costumes worn on the show and various artifacts used throughout the series.

The exhibit will remain at 218 West 57th Street from November 18 until the end of January. The exhibit’s future US locations have yet to be announced.

Featured image source: NBCUniversal International Studios