Published Friday, 17 August 2012
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The exhibition is the result of one woman's love for the 1990s band, who became the best-selling female act of all time.
Their iconic clothes, from the platform shoes to Geri Halliwell's infamous Union Jack dress, made them instantly recognisable across the world.
And some of those outfits are on display in Derry at the Spiceworld Exhibition, organised by Liz West.
"I think as an 11-year-old girl I was highly impressionable and then they burst on to the pop scene with "Wannabe". You couldn't help but be grabbed by them.
"Then of course came all the mass-produced memorabilia which of course I had to have," she explained.
Liz collected Spice Girl-branded lollipops and drink cans, as well as many other pieces of memorabilia.
But she said the once piece that stands out to her has strong sentimental value.
"Something that I saw them wear when I actually went to the concerts, so I think it would be one of Geri's dresses that I saw them wear live on tour when I was a 12-year-old girl," Liz told UTV.
The Spiceworld Exhibition runs at the museum until October.