Published on October 12th, 2009 | by Christian Cawley
Doctor Who Museum to Close
Experience Design have announced the last chance to see the classic collection of Doctor Who items at the Doctor Who Museum in Blackpool, which will close on November 8th after 5 years.
With the Museum – the biggest Doctor Who exhibition in the country – closing its doors for the last time at the end of the traditional Blackpool visitors season, some of the collection will be re-distributed to other Doctor Who Exhibitions around the UK.
The Doctor Who Museum in Blackpool features a unique collection of props, monsters and costumes from throughout the long history of Doctor Who, Britain’s best loved Science Fiction Drama. Closing the museum marks the end of one of the UK’s two permanent museums to Doctor Who and potentially the end of a long relationship between the series and the North West seaside resort which dates back to the original exhibition opening on Blackpool’s Golden mile in 1974.
The Exhibition will be open every day from 10.30am to 8.00pm until close on the 8th of November.
Sadly, although there is a shop on site, none of the display items will be made available for sale.
Find out more by visiting www.doctorwhoexhibitions.com.
(Thanks to BBC Worldwide)