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Doctor Who: Where's the Doctor?

Since Doctor Who was first broadcast in 1963, there have been a number of exhibitions of props , costumes and sets throughout the United Kingdom. Some have been intended to be permanent, and others seasonal; most have been staged at existing tourist locations.

An exhibition titled Doctor Who Experience, complete with a new interactive Doctor Who episode with the Eleventh Doctor , opened at London Olympia on 20 February 2011 after a number of test days and preview visits. [1] It closed on 22 February 2012. [2]

The exhibition moved to Cardiff, opening on 20 July 2012. [3] The new exhibition was housed in an unusual 3000 square metre building in Porth Teigr designed by theme-park company Sarner Ltd. [4] Due to the temporary nature of the exhibition, with a 5-year lease on the site, the building was constructed like a large tent, with a cover stretched over curved steel beams. [5]

The exhibition began with a short film and a walk-through adventure inside the Eleventh Doctor 's first TARDIS interior and in various locations. Visitors were led through the experience by a guide and the Twelfth Doctor . Initially the Eleventh Doctor featured in the experience, but was replaced after he regenerated.

Following the adventure portion guests were free to roam two floors of exhibitions including original costumes from nine of the eleven Doctors (the first two being replicas as the originals were lost). Alien prosthetics, Daleks and Cybermen over history, Sonic devices , the TARDIS interiors belonging to the First Doctor , Fourth Doctor , Fifth Doctor , and the Ninth Doctor and Tenth Doctor and presented. Many other show memorabilia and artefacts were also on display, including costumes from the companions since 2005 including: Rose Tyler , Martha Jones , Donna Noble , Captain Jack Harkness , Amy Pond and Rory Williams .

Each year since opening, costumes and props used from new series were been showcased. In 2013, props, such as Porridge's costume, the deactivated chess-playing Cyberman (from " Nightmare in Silver ") [6] the costumes of the Eleventh Doctor and Clara Oswald , along with the giant snow globe from the Christmas episode entitled " The Snowmen ", were also added to the collection. [7] In late 2014 props and costumes from " Last Christmas " were added.

Since Doctor Who was first broadcast in 1963, there have been a number of exhibitions of props , costumes and sets throughout the United Kingdom. Some have been intended to be permanent, and others seasonal; most have been staged at existing tourist locations.

An exhibition titled Doctor Who Experience, complete with a new interactive Doctor Who episode with the Eleventh Doctor , opened at London Olympia on 20 February 2011 after a number of test days and preview visits. [1] It closed on 22 February 2012. [2]

The exhibition moved to Cardiff, opening on 20 July 2012. [3] The new exhibition was housed in an unusual 3000 square metre building in Porth Teigr designed by theme-park company Sarner Ltd. [4] Due to the temporary nature of the exhibition, with a 5-year lease on the site, the building was constructed like a large tent, with a cover stretched over curved steel beams. [5]

The exhibition began with a short film and a walk-through adventure inside the Eleventh Doctor 's first TARDIS interior and in various locations. Visitors were led through the experience by a guide and the Twelfth Doctor . Initially the Eleventh Doctor featured in the experience, but was replaced after he regenerated.

Following the adventure portion guests were free to roam two floors of exhibitions including original costumes from nine of the eleven Doctors (the first two being replicas as the originals were lost). Alien prosthetics, Daleks and Cybermen over history, Sonic devices , the TARDIS interiors belonging to the First Doctor , Fourth Doctor , Fifth Doctor , and the Ninth Doctor and Tenth Doctor and presented. Many other show memorabilia and artefacts were also on display, including costumes from the companions since 2005 including: Rose Tyler , Martha Jones , Donna Noble , Captain Jack Harkness , Amy Pond and Rory Williams .

Each year since opening, costumes and props used from new series were been showcased. In 2013, props, such as Porridge's costume, the deactivated chess-playing Cyberman (from " Nightmare in Silver ") [6] the costumes of the Eleventh Doctor and Clara Oswald , along with the giant snow globe from the Christmas episode entitled " The Snowmen ", were also added to the collection. [7] In late 2014 props and costumes from " Last Christmas " were added.

Nicely illustrated book of good quality, fun times all round, and classically you always forget where the Dr is each time you go back to look at it another time, as if he time travels around the show or something

Remember the Where's Wally / Waldo books? Here's a version for fans of Doctor Who! Where is the Doctor? The time travelling Time Lord could be anywhere in time and space in these incredibly detailed intergalactic images.

Page after page filled with Judoon, Daleks, Adipose, Cybermen, Ood, Silurians, and much more. And, hidden within each picture, the 11th Doctor, the TARDIS, Amy, and Rory. Each picture also has a number of its own special pictures hidden within.

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Since Doctor Who was first broadcast in 1963, there have been a number of exhibitions of props , costumes and sets throughout the United Kingdom. Some have been intended to be permanent, and others seasonal; most have been staged at existing tourist locations.

An exhibition titled Doctor Who Experience, complete with a new interactive Doctor Who episode with the Eleventh Doctor , opened at London Olympia on 20 February 2011 after a number of test days and preview visits. [1] It closed on 22 February 2012. [2]

The exhibition moved to Cardiff, opening on 20 July 2012. [3] The new exhibition was housed in an unusual 3000 square metre building in Porth Teigr designed by theme-park company Sarner Ltd. [4] Due to the temporary nature of the exhibition, with a 5-year lease on the site, the building was constructed like a large tent, with a cover stretched over curved steel beams. [5]

The exhibition began with a short film and a walk-through adventure inside the Eleventh Doctor 's first TARDIS interior and in various locations. Visitors were led through the experience by a guide and the Twelfth Doctor . Initially the Eleventh Doctor featured in the experience, but was replaced after he regenerated.

Following the adventure portion guests were free to roam two floors of exhibitions including original costumes from nine of the eleven Doctors (the first two being replicas as the originals were lost). Alien prosthetics, Daleks and Cybermen over history, Sonic devices , the TARDIS interiors belonging to the First Doctor , Fourth Doctor , Fifth Doctor , and the Ninth Doctor and Tenth Doctor and presented. Many other show memorabilia and artefacts were also on display, including costumes from the companions since 2005 including: Rose Tyler , Martha Jones , Donna Noble , Captain Jack Harkness , Amy Pond and Rory Williams .

Each year since opening, costumes and props used from new series were been showcased. In 2013, props, such as Porridge's costume, the deactivated chess-playing Cyberman (from " Nightmare in Silver ") [6] the costumes of the Eleventh Doctor and Clara Oswald , along with the giant snow globe from the Christmas episode entitled " The Snowmen ", were also added to the collection. [7] In late 2014 props and costumes from " Last Christmas " were added.

Nicely illustrated book of good quality, fun times all round, and classically you always forget where the Dr is each time you go back to look at it another time, as if he time travels around the show or something

Remember the Where's Wally / Waldo books? Here's a version for fans of Doctor Who! Where is the Doctor? The time travelling Time Lord could be anywhere in time and space in these incredibly detailed intergalactic images.

Page after page filled with Judoon, Daleks, Adipose, Cybermen, Ood, Silurians, and much more. And, hidden within each picture, the 11th Doctor, the TARDIS, Amy, and Rory. Each picture also has a number of its own special pictures hidden within.

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