Costumes worn by the ladies of Downton Abbey are coming to North Yorkshire this weekend.
An exhibition of some of the clothes worn in the first series of ITV's multi award-winning programme will go on display at Harrogate's Royal Pump Rooms.
Dresses worn by the ladies of Downton are coming to Yorkshire this weekend. An exhibition of some of the costumes worn in the first series are to go on display at Harrogate's Royal Pump Rooms.
A special exhibition of the Age of Elegance includes evening and day dresses worn by the well-heeled ladies of the multi-award winning costume drama series.
Visitors can discover the glamorous side of the post-Edwardian period through the costumes which are similar to those which would have been worn by affluent visitors to the Royal Pump Room in the years before the First World War as they took the famous waters.
The new series of the hit drama Downton Abbey starts on ITV on Sunday, September 22 - following the lives of the Crawley family in the roaring twenties .
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