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Princess Diana exhibit in final weekend
CINCINNATI (Perry Schaible) -- An award winning exhibit at the Cincinnati Museum Center featuring Princess Diana is in its final days. "Diana, a Celebration" chronicles the life and legacy of the people's princess.
Princess Diana is known for her style but she's known even more for her big heart and her charitable acts. She died in August 1997. Today, her legacy lives on in this exhibit.
The show chronicles Diana's life starting with her childhood in England and takes visitors all the way through her royal tenure to her death and funeral.
There are nine galleries that include 150 objects from her life. Twenty-eight of her designer dresses are on display, plus visitors can get up close and personal with her iconic wedding gown.
There are also two diamond tiaras and rare photographs. Cincinnati is the last stop for this world tour. It started in 2003 and ends on the event of Prince Harry's 30th birthday in September of 2014.
There are just three days, Friday, Saturday and Sunday to see this exhibit. When the exhibition closes Sunday night, all items go back to Diana's sons.