CHICAGO (WLS) -- A Chicago museum is getting a British makeover.
The "Dressing Downton" exhibit opens next week at the Driehaus Museum. It features some of the costumes used in the popular series "Downton Abbey," taking visitors through post-World War I England.
The museum will also offer visitors the chance to have tea before or after viewing the exhibit in the Murphy Auditorium. Exhibit and tea tickets are sold separately.
The exhibit opens Tuesday and runs through May 8.
Driehaus Museum 'Downton Abbey' exhibit to open Feb. 9