Props from the hit drama Mad Men are to go on display at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, among a slew of other prominent American museums.

The Smithsonian museum in Washington, DC will also house the exhibit, to mark the end of the long-running TV show.

The Emmy Award-winning series wraps its seven-season run this spring, and to mark the occasion, costumes and props will be put on display at the museum from March 27.

The artifacts include a grey suit and fedora hat worn by Jon Hamm as Don Draper, and the original script from the season one finale, The Wheel.

The Smithsonian event is just one of a number of exhibitions taking place in the U.S. that will be dedicated to Mad Men throughout the months of March and April, Other events, including screenings and panel sessions with the show’s stars, will take place at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, New York City’s Museum of the Moving Image, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Film Society of Lincoln Center, the New York Public Library and the Museum of Jewish Heritage.

The final seven episodes of Mad Men will kick off on April 5.

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