Where is the exhibition located?
The exhibition is located at The Castle at Park Plaza, 130 Columbus Avenue, Boston.
What is the best way to get to the exhibition?
The Exhibition is conveniently located in the heart of downtown Boston, just a few short blocks from Boston Common. It is a quick walk from the Arlington T stop (green line), and about a 10 minute walk from the Back Bay station (T orange line and commuter rail).
There is no onsite parking for Downton Abbey: The Exhibition. Metered parking is available on the street, and there are a variety of paid parking garages and lots located within close proximity to the exhibition. There is a paid lot located just behind The Castle at Park Plaza, that is owned and operated completely independently from the Exhibition.
What are the hours of operation?
The exhibition is open daily from 10:00am to 6:00pm, with the last ticket sold at 4:30pm. Some exceptions apply:
Monday, June 17th – the exhibition will close at 4:30pm for a private event, with the last ticket sold at 3:00pm
How long does it take to go through the exhibition?
Most guests will spend between 60 and 90 minutes exploring the exhibition. Guests are welcome to stay for as long or as little as they would like during hours of operation.
What is the difference between the General Admission and the VIP ticket?
The general admission ticket grants entrance to the exhibition at an appointed time slot on a selected date. The VIP ticket allows guests to enter the exhibition on the selected date of visit at any time during normal operating hours (no need to select a specific time slot) and includes a complimentary audio guide.
Is there an exhibition shop?
Yes, there is a shop featuring Downton Abbey themed merchandise available for purchase.
Can the exhibition accommodate guests who require special access?
The exhibition is fully accessible for the mobility impaired. A printed set of captions for video content is available upon request.
Can I take food or beverages into the exhibition?
Food and drink are not allowed in the exhibition.