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Jewel in the crown: final stop of "Diana: a celebration"

Just some of the famous outfits featured in the exhibit "Diana: a cekebration."
Just some of the famous outfits featured in the exhibit "Diana: a cekebration."
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Cincinnati, known as the Queen City, is the final stop of the multi-year tour of "Diana: a celebration." An exhibit covering the life and death of Diana, Princess of Wales. The exhibit has been on display at Diana's ancestral home, Althorp, and travelling the globe since 1998. Cincinnati is the last stop on the tour before the items are returned to England forever.

The exhibit features nine galleries showcasing various personal effects, clothing, media and more from Diana's life from childhood through her death. You can view more than 25 outfits worn by the late Princess, including her most famous garment, her wedding gown.

"Diana: a celebration" opens at the Cincinnati Museum Center on February 14 and runs through August 17, 2014. There is a special premiere event on February 12 and a museum members-only preview on February 13. Tickets are currently on sale for all three events. Tickets for admission to the exhibit are timed. The cost is $23.00 for non-member adults; $20.00 for seniors; and $15.00 for non-member children's admission. Member admissions are $16.00 for adults and $11.00 for children.

Union Terminal, a National Historic Landmark train station, is the home to Cincinnati Museum Center's complex of museums. Museums include the Cincinnati History Museum, the Duke Energy Chilsren's Museum, the Museum of Natural History & Science. the Cincinnati History Library and Archives, as well as the Robert D. Lindner OMNIMAX® Theater.