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I would like to see this, but based on the review at StitchKingdom, the cost seem a little high for what you get! I know that DH would be rushing me through, and DS would be bored to tears. AND no photos?!? Bummer!
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The DIS Unplugged Podcast team did a pretty extensive review on one of their podcasts about this exhibit. They also did a blog run-through as well. Both reviews gave the general consensus that if you were really "into" Diana, you'd enjoy the exhibit; however, most people who are even marginally interested in her would find the attraction somewhat boring.