Cincinnati Museum Center

Cincinnati Museum Center
12:00 am
Fri February 21, 2014

"Diana, A Celebration" on exhibit for the final time

Diana, A Celebration, the touring exhibit of all things Lady Diana, Princess of Wales, is now open at the Cincinnati Museum Center. One of the centerpieces of the exhibit is Diana’s wedding dress from her marriage to Prince Charles. The official dress handlers, Nick Grossmark and Graeme Murton, talk by phone with our Jim Stump to discuss the exhibit, the dress, and the continued interest in the late Princess.

Cincinnati Museum Center
2:00 pm
Thu February 13, 2014

Princess Diana exhibit makes final stop in Cincinnati

The centerpiece of the Princess Diana exhibit - her wedding gown.
Tana Weingartner WVXU

An exhibit celebrating the "People's Princess" is wrapping up its 11-year world tour in the Queen City.

Cincinnati is the final stop for "Diana, A Celebration." Diana's will left many of the exhibit items to Prince William upon his 30th birthday and he's decided to call them home, according to Althorp Estate art handler and curator Nick Grossmark.

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Cincinnati Museum Center
10:30 am
Mon February 10, 2014

Uncrating a royal wedding dress

Nick Grossmark (front) and Graeme Murton (back) are the official dress handlers for the exhibit.
Lee Hay WVXU News

Handlers, working on the exhibit Diana, A Celebration, uncrated Princess Diana's wedding dress Monday morning at the Cincinnati Museum Center.

Some facts about the dress:

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OMNIMAX Theatre
12:00 am
Fri February 7, 2014

"Journey to the South Pacific" showing at the Cincinnati Museum Center

The Cincinnati Museum Center’s OMNIMAX Theatre can help you escape this arctic cold Cincinnati winter with their new film, Journey to the South Pacific. Frank Johnson learns more about this film and the amazing photography from one of the film’s producers, Shaun MacGillivray.

Cincinnati Museum Center
12:00 am
Fri December 27, 2013

New American Indian Education Center in Newtown

The Cincinnati Museum Center recently opened the new American Indian Education Center in the Village of Newtown. Frank Johnson learns more about this interactive museum featuring rare artifacts from Bob Genheimer, the George Rieveschl Curator of Archeology at the Museum Center.

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