If you are a Doctor Who fan and by chance are heading out across the pond to England anytime after October 23rd, then you’ll definitely want to make a stop in Cardiff, Wales for the all new The Doctor Who Experience. The must see attraction for Whovians around the world has undergone its very own regeneration and will reopen its doors on Friday 24 October 2014 at 12pm.
With a newly scripted adventure featuring the Twelfth Doctor (as played by Peter Capaldi), you get to star in your very own episode of Doctor Who as you journey to the heart of the TARDIS and grapple with a threat that could destroy the universe…
Buy a General Admission ticket to help the Doctor, fly the TARDIS and come face-to-face with some of the scariest monsters seen on screen. Afterwards immerse yourself in the Doctor Who exhibition, hosting the single largest collection of Doctor Who props, sets and costumes, including the latest props from series 8.
Can’t wait for the new adventure on Friday 24 October? Click below to find a teaser from the new adventure, as a mysterious (yet familiar) voice speaks to us from the final days of Gallifrey…
From 24 October to 30 November, the highly popular studio set visits to Roath Lock Studios will also be available for fans to purchase as an extra. During this time, around 6000 fans will be able to visit the enclosed Doctor Who set, and set foot on the TARDIS featured in the past two series and the 50th anniversary special The Day of the Doctor.
Stephen Davies, Director of Live Events and Entertainment at BBC Worldwide says, “As with all of the best Doctor Who adventures, we’ve undergone our very own regeneration down at the Doctor Who Experience and we’re sure Doctor Who fans will be thrilled to take part in a brand new adventure with the Twelfth Doctor.”
Did you recognize the “voice from the past”? It’s Romana, the former companion to the fourth Doctor Tom Baker.
Back in 2012, Beyond the Marquee visited the Doctor Who Experience in Cardiff and got a VIP tour from BTM reporter Allison-Tate Cortese along with BBC curator and archivist Andrew Beech, check out our awesome 2-parter segments below!