The Crawley clan isn't headed back to TV, but "Downton Abbey" fans can at least look forward to a return (of sorts) to their favorite British estate.

NBCUniversal International Studios and Imagine Exhibitions have teamed up on a "Downton Abbey" immersive experience, as they announced Wednesday. Called "Downton Abbey: The Exhibition," it gives visitors a chance to view the show's sets and costumes, not to mention never-before-seen footage. You'll have to go somewhere unexpected to see it, though; contrary to what you might expect, the exhibition is launching at Singapore's Marina Bay Sands instead of in the U.K., where the BBC series was filmed.

Like the period drama's six seasons, the exhibition features different time periods and places. It sounds like fun for any "Downton" die-hard, as long as they can get to Singapore to see it. The exhibition launches June 17, and those who wish to visit can pre-register for tickets on its official website.

[via: Variety]

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Downton Abbey
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