Downton Abbey fans, immerse yourself in this popular PBS series like you never have before at a new exhibition underway in Boston. Learn more about favorite characters, costumes, and locations and historic events of the post-Edwardian England era. Watch never-before-seen footage from the show.
Downton Abbey: The Exhibition leads you on a journey through the grand Crawleys’ home. You’ll walk through some of the show’s most recognizable sets, such as Mrs. Patmore’s kitchen, the family dining room, Lady Mary’s bedroom, and the servants’ quarters. You’ll also see more than 50 of the costumes worn by the actors.
The exhibition is at The Castle at Park Plaza, 130 Columbus Avenue, in downtown Boston until Sunday, September 29. The Castle is at the intersection Stuart Street, Arlington Street, and Columbus Avenue—a three-block walk south of the Boston Common.
Parking is available in garages nearby. Street parking is metered and limited.
The nearest T (subway) stops are Arlington on any Green Line (three-block walk) and Chinatown on the Orange Line (six blocks). Plan your trip on the T.
Timed tickets cost $35 for adults and $33 for seniors. Daily VIP tickets are $49 per person and include a complimentary audio guide. Children ages 14 and younger are admitted for free with a paying adult.
Book your tour time by clicking or tapping the button in the top right corner of the exhibition’s home page.
After the exhibition’s run in Boston, it stops at the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina, from Friday, November 8, to Tuesday, April 7, 2020. The exhibition is included with admission.