Thousands view Leonardo Da Vinci drawings in Bristol
It's only half way through it's run but more than 25,000 people have already been to see the Leonardo da Vinci exhibition at Bristol City Museum and Art gallery.
The 10 priceless pieces of art have been loaned to the gallery by Queen Elizabeth, as part of her Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
The drawings have attracted as many as 1600 people a day to the exhibition but thankfully, the queues seen during the Banksy exhibition have not been replicated. Museum staff say they've been in a much better position to handle the level of interest this time round and have worked hard to ensure everyone has the chance to see the works of art.
With still just over a month to go before the drawings leave, curator Jenny Gaschke spoke to Pamela Parkes about the exhibition and some of the exciting events they still have planned.
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The drawings are on show until June 10, 2012.
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