One is already here, and one is coming.
"Diana: A Celebration" is at the Atlanta Civic Center through June 13. Previously, the exhibit visited Philadelphia, and Atlanta is the exhibit's last stop in the United States. Over 150 items from Diana's estate are on loan from her family, including her royal wedding gown with its 25-foot train from her wedding to Prince Charles in 1981. Tickets are $18.50 for adults, $15.50 for seniors and students,$12 for children, and are available through Ticketmaster. For more information, call 1-800-745-3000 or visit the exhibit's web site. Some area hotels are offering deals for those traveling to Atlanta to see "Diana: A Celebration." Click here for more on hotel discounts.
Opening February 14 at The William Bremen Jewish Heritage and Holocaust Museum is "Dr. Seuss Goes to War...and More." This exhibit will showcase World War II editorial cartoons by Theodor Seuss Geisel. Geisel was a newspaper cartoonist from 1941-43 for the New York newspaper, PM, and he produced about 400 cartoons during his time there. Visit the museum's web site for hours and admission information.