About Cleveland: Diana, A Celebration

About Cleveland: Diana, A Celebration

Posted 3.20.07

Diana, princess of Wales. The name conjures up images of a magnificent royal bride, an icon of style, and a tireless charity advocate. Interested in learning more about this diverse woman? Then walk over to the Western Reserve Historical Society. Diana, A Celebration, commemorates the life of Diana and will be from February 23 to June 10 at the Western Reserve Historical Society. 

The 10,000 square foot exhibition, shown only in five other cities, tells the life of Diana from her childhood, through her years as royalty, her devotion to numerous charity works, and her untimely death. Highlights of the exhibit include her 1981 wedding gown, tiaras, home movies from her childhood, and articles associated with her tireless work combating AIDS and the use of landmines. So gather your friends and walk over the Western Reserve Historical Society to see this special exhibit. It's only a block away.

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