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Doctor Who Exhibition Pricing

Two new Doctor Who exhibitions are set to open over the Easter period – and both Coventry and Glasgow will have pricing options for children, adults and families.



As reported last week, the Doctor Who Exhibition opens on 13th March 2009 at the Coventry Transport Museum, giving visitors the chance to come face to face with some of the Doctor’s mightiest foes and to get up close to many of the actual props, costumes and of course, monsters from the series.
Tickets cost £8 for adults, £5 for children with family tickets and discounted group tickets also available. For further information and to book tickets, please call 0871 976 9461 or book online at www.transport-museum.com.



In Glasgow, the Doctor Who Exhibition opens on Saturday 28th March 2009 and runs until 4th January 2010 at Kelvingrove Museum, giving fans the chance to see a range of genuine props and costumes from the show.

Tickets are available from the SECC website, www.SECxtra.com or on 08444 815 816, direct from the SECC box office and the SECC ticket centre in the St Enoch Centre, Glasgow. Adult tickets cost £7.50 and children and concessions are £4.50. Family tickets will cost £18 plus booking fee. For further information, please visit: www.glasgowmuseums.com.



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