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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Time is running out to catch a glimpse of royal history.
The Princess Diana exhibition is set to close on January 13th.
That's why thousands of people are flocking to the Frazier History Museum. This weekend, more than 2500 people will visit the museum.
It's one of the most popular exhibits the museum has ever had. But they are urging people to get their tickets in advance.
"This is definitely the peak in terms of popularity," says spokesperson Krista Snyder. "It's hard to match the popularity of Princess Diana. So we are very honored and pleased to have the Diana exhibition right here in Louisville."
The museum is extending its hours until 8:00 this week to allow for the thousands of visitors expected.
To get your tickets in advance, go to fraziermuseum.org or call 1-888-71-TICKETS.