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Diana, A Celebration Exhibition Opens at West Edmonton Mall

EDMONTON, ALBERTA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/08/13 --

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The award-winning exhibition Diana, A Celebration, opens Saturday, February 9 at West Edmonton Mall on Level Two, Phase I, and runs through June 9, 2013. The exhibition chronicles the life and work of one of the most remarkable women of her time - Diana, Princess of Wales.

On loan from Althorp Estate, the Spencer family's 500-year-old ancestral home in England, the exhibition contains 150 objects throughout nine galleries, ranging from Princess Diana's royal wedding gown and 28 of her designer dresses to family heirlooms, jewelry, personal mementos, items representing her abundant charity work, paintings and rare home movies and photos. Edmonton will be one of the exhibition's final showings before its world tour is scheduled to end in summer 2014.

Diana's charm, beauty and easy grace touched people worldwide during her short life. The stunning collection of her personal items invites visitors to share the milestones of her many roles: as a youngster, schoolgirl and athlete; as the shy kindergarten teacher who captured the heart of the prince and the public; as the young, ravishing royal bride; as the devoted mother, sister and daughter; and as the tireless charity advocate and spokeswoman.

Princess Diana was a beloved figure throughout the world, and more than one billion television viewers witnessed the 1981 Royal Wedding, which exhibition visitors can recall through her magnificent wedding ensemble complete with gown, 25-foot train, diamond tiara, veil, shoes, parasol and bridesmaid's dress. Home movies filmed by her father and scenes from her childhood, her engagement to Prince Charles, and the events leading to the royal wedding are illustrated through video clips, personal mementos, photos, displays and letters.

Tickets are available for purchase at all West Edmonton Mall Guest Services Centres and the exhibit box office. Open Admittance tickets can be used at any time the exhibit is open, while General Admittance tickets are valid Monday to Thursday. An Adult Open Admittance ticket costs $27.30; an Adult General Admittance ticket costs $23.10. Both prices include taxes. Group ticket rates are available by calling West Edmonton Mall Group Sales at 780-444-5308. Guests who purchase tickets at West Edmonton Mall will incur no additional purchasing fees.

Tickets are also available online through Ticketmaster®. Visit www.ticketmaster.ca for more information.

For more information about Diana, A Celebration exhibition at West Edmonton Mall, including complete ticket information, visit www.wem.ca/diana. Exhibit details are also available at www.dianaexhibition.com.

About Diana, A Celebration:

Produced by Arts & Exhibitions International and on loan from Althorp Estate, the Spencer Family's 500-year-old ancestral home in England, this exhibition contains a stunning selection of 150 objects from throughout Diana's life, such as family heirlooms, personal mementos, paintings, rare home movies and photos, and some of her most memorable gowns.

About West Edmonton Mall:

At 5.3 million square feet, West Edmonton Mall is North America's largest shopping centre and the most comprehensive retail, hospitality and entertainment complex in the world. Millions of visitors come from around the world to visit WEM, which features more than 800 stores and services. As the iconic prototype for mixed-use facilities, it remains the benchmark by which all other shopping centres are judged.

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