"Who was Grace Kelly?" asks the retrospective as it travels through the beginning of her life rooted in Philadelphia and ends with her role as Princess of Monaco. From Hitchcock blonde to Grace of Monaco, it is no wonder she left behind such a timeless legacy.
The exhibit begins at the early days of Kelly's acting career in the fifties until her very last picture before her marriage. Upon entering, the Oscar she won for The Country Girl can be seen on display in a glass case accompanied by the dress she wore to the Academy Awards ceremony. Surrounding the first room is an assortment of original film posters of the movies she starred in along with clips, which include classics Dial M for Murder, To Catch a Thief, and Rear Window.