Travel Back To Post-Edwardian England At Downton Abbey: The Exhibition

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Travel Back To Post-Edwardian England At Downton Abbey: The Exhibition

A spectacular exhibition based on the beloved television show is now open in Atlanta

Take a journey to Downton Abbey at this incredible exhibit, providing an unforgettable experience unlike any other. If you’re a fan of the multi-award winning television show Downton Abbey, then you don’t want to miss out!

Watch the characters and the iconic house come to life as your completely immersed in the fascinating social history, culture, and some of the most memorable moments from the show’s six-season run. Downton Abbey: The Exhibition is the ultimate exhibit for all you period drama lovers!

Credit: Downton Abbey: The Exhibition

Whether you’re upstairs or downstairs, everyone’s in for a treat at this incredible exhibition. It promises the look and feel of the real thing, perfect to bring those Downton fantasies to life. Check out real sets from the show’s six-season run like Mrs. Patmore’s kitchen, the servant’s quarters and the dining room.

Following a stellar run in NYC, it’s finally the ATL’s turn to experience this unmissable trip to the iconic Post-Edwardian mansion. Downton Abbey: The Exhibition is located at Perimeter Pointe in Sandy Springs, 1155 Mount Vernon Hwy NE, 30338, conveniently a few steps away from the Sandy Springs MARTA stop.


General admission is $39, and there’s a daily VIP includes special entry options and complimentary audio guide which costs $59. Don’t miss out on this exclusive look inside the mansion of the ground-breaking television show. The exhibition is open 10am – 6pm (last ticket sold at 4:30pm). For more information and tickets, click here.


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