Fans of Princess Diana will be able to experience a photography and art exhibit in Toronto later this month.

Starting on April 20, Princess Diana: Accredited Access Exhibition will be at Casa Loma, and will run until June 12.

According to the iconic castle, this is a first-ever walk-thru documentary, and it tells the untold story of how the Princess changed the world.

“A photography and art exhibit at Toronto’s iconic Casa Loma featuring bespoke art installations and larger than life images that take guests on a stunning visual journey narrated by Diana’s longest-standing Royal Photographer,” reads the exhibit description.

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“For the first time, world famous Royal Photographers, Anwar Hussein and his two sons Samir and Zak, will share collections of their original images and the intimate, never-before-told stories behind them. The Husseins collectively spent four decades working side by side with the iconic Princess and her family and will reveal what they witnessed first-hand, both in public and private moments.”

Image via Casa Loma

Princess Diana was one of the most photographed people of her time, and this exhibit will allow visitors to get a stunning visual journey with “exclusive, never-heard-before stories” of the Princess.

This is a ticketed event, so be sure to grab yours early!

Princess Diana: Accredited Access Exhibition

Where: Casa Loma
When: April 20 to June 12