Saturday, September 15, 2012

Princess Diana: A Celebration at the Frazier Arms Museum in Louisville

An exhibit celebrating the remarkable life of Princess Diana of Wales has made it's way to the Frazier Arms Museum in downtown Louisville. The exhibit invites viewers to experience the life and humanitarian work of one of the most remarkable women of the 20th century. Straight from England, there are nine galleries with over 150 objects, including Diana's famous royal wedding gown, 28 designer dresses, family heirlooms, personal mementos, diamond tiaras, priceless jewels and rare home movies.

The series illustrates her life and encourages visitors to share in the milestones of her many roles: as a child; the shy kindergarten teacher who captured the heart of the Prince and the public; the young, stunning royal bride; as the devoted mother, sister and daughter; and as the tireless charity advocate and spokeswoman.
Additionally featured in the exhibit, are the Spencer family jewels, heirlooms, paintings, artifacts, photos and portraits of her ancestors. Home movie footage include scenes filmed by her father during her childhood, her engagement to Prince Charles and the events leading up to the Royal wedding. Items from the widely known Royal wedding include her gown, diamond tiara, veil and 25-ft. train, as well as her shoes, parasol and bridemaid's dress.
There are many more sections of this beautiful exhibit that outline Diana's life and charitable work. To learn more information and to purchase tickets, please visit Frazier Arms Museum.

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