Calling all Downton Abbey fans, there's an interactive exhibition coming to Boston this summer that brings the great house to life
Downton Abbey: The Exhibition has been described as described as a “fully immersive experience” by Downton executive producer Gareth Neame. “First and foremost, it’s a massive treat for any die-hard fans,” says Neame. “And for occasional viewers who want to understand more of the ‘Downton Abbey’ phenomenon, it’s a fantastic introduction.”
“We are thrilled by the reception our exhibition has received in the U.S. and we are particularly excited to bring Downton Abbey to Boston; the home of PBS, our wonderful partners on this series," said Gareth Neame."It feels particularly fitting to be in Boston, where we know we have a loyal and very enthusiastic fanbase, during the opening of Downton Abbey The Movie in September.”
The exhibition will allow guests to roam the sets. So you can experience the Crawleys dining room, take a look in to Mrs Patmore's busy kitchen and take a lesson in tact at Carson's office. As well as viewing 50 costumes and never before seen footage.
The exhibition will run at the Castle at Park Plaze and will run from 15 June to 29 September. Tickets for the limited run are available at downtonexhibition.com.