Visitors to the Thorpe End venue have been enjoying perusing stunning displays detailing the town’s longs-standing links with the royal family going back centuries.
Previous visits by reigning monarchs are covered, including that of Elizabeth II in 1996, along with the members of the royal family who have enjoyed their time in the area for foxhunting meets.
Katie Bluett, one of the staff members at the museum, told the Melton Times: “The exhibition has been really popular over the bank holiday.
"One of the most popular aspects are the local photographs people have contributed to the displays.
"The children have really enjoyed dressing up as The Queen as well.”
The exhibition, which runs until September 17, is open today (Sunday) until 4.30pm.