The Frazier History Museum in downtown Louisville is giving visitors a last chance to see the Royal Armouries exhibit before it returns to England.
The exhibit has been on loan from the National Museum's collection of arms. It has been on display since the museum opened a decade ago. It closes on Jan. 19.
Included in the collection is the armor of the 16th-century poet and soldier, Sir Philip Sidney, who was killed in battle in 1586.
The exhibit's items will be packed up and sent back to the National Museum of Arms and Armour in Leeds, England. Some of it will go on display at the Tower of London.
The Frazier Museum says the two museums are exploring opportunities to continue to work together after the exhibit closes.