Ladies and lords

Fans saddened by the ending of the TV series “Downton Abbey” can get their Crawley family fix at the “Dressing Downton” exhibit. Arranged in a retail-like setting are the costumes worn by the award-winning actors during the series. The traveling exhibit features more than 20 costumes, including a tea dress worn by Michelle Dockery, who played the Lady Mary. The exhibit highlights the flowing fabric and ornate beading on gowns worn by various characters on the show, set in early-20th-century England, plus outfits worn by the men and children on the series. The exhibit space features “Downton Abbey”-inspired merchandise including linens and accoutrements with the zinger one-liner quotes spoken by the Dowager Countess, played by Maggie Smith. (Mall of America hours. $4-$10. 60 E. Broadway, Bloomington. 952-883-8810. exhibitsdevelopment.com/DowntonMOA.html)

MELISSA WALKER