Beginning this month, fans of the beloved television series Downton Abbey can step inside the luxe surrounds of the aristocratic Crawley family when “Downton Abbey: The Exhibition” arrives at CityPlace November 10. Visitors will time travel to post-Edwardian England in this large-scale, immersive experience that features costumes, sets, and historically accurate props used in the show over its six-season run. Fashion fans will adore the clothing, which covers the evolution of high style in the early twentieth century. Fully recreated scenes of the Crawleys’ dining room, Mrs. Patmore’s kitchen, and Lady Mary’s bedroom—among others—will offer an unparalleled glimpse into the world the actors inhabited and the milieu in which their characters lived. The exhibition, which comes to West Palm Beach following a successful run in New York City, is sure to attract Downton Abbey devotees from far and wide. It will be open daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. through April 2019, with tickets priced at $35. Admission is free for children younger than 14.