Journey through the life of Princess Diana from a perspective you’ve never seen or heard before. For the first time in his 60-year career, Diana's favorite Royal photographer, tells 50+ untold stories of royal life and the Princess that we couldn't take our eyes off of.
The first-ever walk-thru documentary tells the untold story of how a Princess changed the world.
Enter a stunning visual journey paired with exclusive, never-heard-before stories that trace Diana’s emotional path as she modernizes Motherhood, revolutionizes Fashion, and shows the world how to be Human.
We all know and love the insider feeling we get after watching a documentary. A first-of-its-kind exhibit, Accredited Access offers this experience in-person. The venue will take your breath away as you journey through larger-than-life, world famous images and a series of bespoke art sculptures. Along the way, your complimentary audio guide delivers new revelations and never-heard-before stories, narrated by Diana’s trusted companion and lifelong photographer, Anwar Hussein.
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For the first time, world-famous Royal Photographers (Anwar Hussein and his two sons Zak and Samir) share their experiences with the iconic princess and her family.
Princess Diana, by most accounts, is the most photographed human in history. She grew up in the public eye. One of the people that was there capturing the biggest and most important moments was Official Royal Photographer Anwar Hussein.
Later, Anwar's sons Zak and Samir joined the family business.
This Exhibit will be presented from their perspective. What they heard, what they saw, what they witnessed first-hand will all be shared through pictures and written descriptions. This is not a story you have seen before. If you are a hard-core fan or new to her legacy, you will be blown away by the fascinating depth and detail shared by the Hussein family.
The exhibition takes place indoors.
Guests will navigate through the experience at their own pace, which is expected to take approximately 60-90 minutes.
Yes, exclusive Princess Diana Exhibition merchandise will be available for sale on-site. There is no online store, so stock up during your visit!
The retail shop accepts all major credit cards. Cash is not accepted.
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