The Crawleys will see you now, but only until Sept. 3, when they pack up and leave town.
So, this is your last chance to see the fabulous exhibit of Downton Abbey fashions, household furnishings, sets and special behind-the-scenes videos.
Downton Abbey: The Exhibition allows you to – literally – step into ‘Downton Abbey’ to wander through three exhibit floors of sumptuous fashions and family rooms, the kitchen and servants quarters below stairs, and to get up close to many of the iconic costumes and props.
The exhibition has proven so popular that the exhibition was extended from its original closing date in January, which was extended to April, and extended again to Labor Day Weekend, to meet demand.
But the Sept. 3 closing is final.
Tickets for Downton Abbey: The Exhibition are timed entry, which means you are admitted any time within the 30-minute time slot you choose, and can stay as long as you like.
NYC on the Cheap is told most people stay 60-90 minutes, longer if you attend one of the scheduled special talks by an etiquette or fashion expert.
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Downton Abbey: The Exhibition is at 218 West 57th St., just east of Columbus Circle.
Note that $20 and $25 discount tickets are sold out and no longer available.
The full price of admission is:
- Weekdays: $30 for adults, $15 for children to 16, and $28 for seniors 65+
- Weekends: $35 for adults, $20 for children to 16, and $33 for seniors 65+
If you miss it, or don’t want to pay the steep admission price, no worries. There is a Downton Abbey movie in the works.
It’s been confirmed, according to this recent report in the New York Times.
Who is your favorite Downton Abbey character? Mine is the incomparable Maggie Smith as the Dowager Duchess.
If you are an Amazon Prime subscriber, you can watch all six seasons of Downton Abbey for FREE. I did just that recently, over a couple of weekends of binge watching.