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Downton Abbey: The Exhibition by the Numbers

All Things Biltmore • 12/11/19

Written By Amy Dangelico

Downton Abbey: The Exhibition ended September 7, 2020. Please enjoy this archived content.

In honor of Downton Abbey: The Exhibition—on display at Biltmore now through September 7, 2020—let’s take a closer look and add up some of the elements of this immersive estate experience.

Costumes from Downton Abbey
Showcased at The Biltmore Legacy in Antler Hill Village

58 costumes on display

This tally includes 53 costumes from the television series—plus 5 costumes from the recent feature film. Notable pieces: both of Lady Mary’s wedding gowns and both of Lady Edith’s wedding gowns.

44 ½ minutes of video from 16 segments

Video segments and compilations are played throughout the exhibition itself, including a 5-minute introduction film as well as a 6-minute farewell film.

Guests at exhibition
Take a deeper dive into Downton Abbey

35 display drawers and glass cases

The interactive display drawers and showcases feature a variety of props from the series—from books, letters, and postcards to gloves, necklaces, and tiaras.

The Crawleys' Dining Room
Marvel at the Crawleys’ Dining Room

6 of the series’ most recognizable sets

Get a remarkably up-close look at Mrs. Patmore’s Kitchen, the Crawleys’ Dining Room, Lady Mary’s Bedroom, the Servants’ Stairs & Hallway, the Servant’s Dining Room, and Mr. Carson’s Pantry.

Downton Abbey characters
Rediscover your favorite characters

21 characters highlighted

These profiles are largely featured in the exhibition’s “Great Hall of Character Stories”—an interactive hallway where you can get better acquainted with those associated with Downton Abbey.

22 days of installation

While plans to bring this exhibition to Biltmore began long before, it took the better part of a month to prepare the infrastructure and physically install the exhibition in its entirety.

Exterior of Amherst at Deerpark
Exterior of Amherst at Deerpark

10,860 square feet spanning 2 estate locations

Multimedia presentations in the ballroom of Amherst at Deerpark (8,260 square feet) combined with costume displays at The Biltmore Legacy (2,600 square feet) make for one not-to-be-missed experience.

Plan your visit today and join us for Downton Abbey: The Exhibition.

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Joanne M Weber
11 months ago

I visited the downtown abbey exhibition and it is incredible! Would highly recommend. My husband did not watch the show but totally enjoyed the exhibition.

11 months ago
Reply to  Joanne M Weber

Thank you, Joanne! We’re delighted that you enjoyed the Downton Abbey exhibition, and that your husband did, as well–even without being a fan of the show!

Elaine E Hahne
11 months ago

We have visited once and are coming back to see the exhibition again! Wonderful!

11 months ago
Reply to  Elaine E Hahne

Dear Elaine,

We’re so glad you enjoyed your Biltmore visit and look forward to having you join us again soon!

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