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‘Downton Abbey: The Exhibition’ to Make Its U.S. Debut in NYC on November 18

The Exhibition Peers into the World of the Crawleys and Those That Served Them Below the Stairs

NBCUniversal International Studios has announced “Downton Abbey: The Exhibition” will make its U.S. premiere in New York City on Saturday, Nov. 18. This first-ever fully immersive experience set inside the world of period drama “Downton Abbey” will connect fans with their favorite characters, costumes, locations and historic events of the era, as well as showcase never-before-seen footage.

“Debuting in 2010 and now seen in over 250 territories, Downton Abbey quickly became a global phenomenon, especially in the US where the series established an incredibly loyal and avid fan-base. Downton Abbey: The Exhibition continues this extraordinary legacy and gives viewers an exclusive invitation inside the series’ beloved characters, storylines and sets,” said Michael Edelstein, President of NBCUniversal International Studios. “Rich in culture and attracting fans from all over the world, New York City is the perfect location to unveil this multi-million dollar museum-quality experience.”

The multi-city tour will open its doors at 218 W. 57th Street (between Broadway and 7th Ave) in New York City for a limited engagement before traveling throughout the US. Tickets are now available to purchase at www.downtonexhibition.com.

Written by Marc Berman

Marc Berman

Marc Berman has been writing professionally since 1999 and is the author of weekly column “Mr. Television” for Campaign US (www.campaignlive.com). Most recently, Berman was the creator and Editor-in-Chief of website and newsletter TV Media Insights for Cross MediaWorks. From 1999-2011, he was the Senior Editor for Mediaweek and has also written for The New York Daily News, Variety, The Hollywood Reporter and Emmy Magazine, among others. Berman has also appeared on “Entertainment Tonight,” “Extra,” “Access Hollywood,” “Inside Edition,” “The CBS Evening News,” E!, CNN, CNBC, Fox News and MSNBC.

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