Rose Hill Museum exhibit highlights 'Downton Abbey'
Rose Hill Museum has reopened for the season with the exhibit, “Downton Abbey: Part 1,” based on the British period drama television series. The current exhibit features accessories from the museum’s permanent collection that might be featured on the show including hats, gloves, purses, shoes and jewelry.
Rose Hill Museum, located in Cahoon Memorial Park, is maintained by the Bay Village Historical Society and the Downton Abbey exhibit is curated by Museum Director Janet Zvara.
Admission is free. Museum hours are 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Sundays. Group tours are available by appointment. Phone 440-871-7338 for information.