Late Princess Diana's wedding gown will be the main feature of an exhibit celebrating her life at the Mall of America this February.
The exhibit, entitled, "Diana: A Celebration" will run from Feb. 4 through June 10, the Star Tribune reports.
The exhibit will display 28 of Princess Diana's designer dresses, paintings, home movies, photos and family heirlooms. The profits generated will go to the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund. The profits from the original exhibition at the Althorp Estate overseas have generated over $2 million for various charities, although the exhibit there is only open two months out of the year.
John Norman, whose exhibition production company Arts & Exhibitions (AEI) is backing "Diana: A Celebration," told the Star Tribune that the Mall of America is a desired location because places with high traffic allow for the exhibit to be viewed by as many people as possible. He added that the space is ideal because of the vast square footage and tall ceilings.
A gift package becomes available starting Friday until Dec. 24 for $75. It includes two exhibit tickets, two audio tours, and one "Diana: A Celebration" catalog. General admission tickets can be purchased the date the exhibit opens, either at the exhibit itself or through Ticketmaster, CBS News reports.