Doctor Who News Doctor Who Experience's alternative Santa's Grotto

Published on December 5th, 2011 | by Meredith Burdett

Alternative Christmas Grotto

Doctor Who Experience's alternative Santa's Grotto
Christmas is a magical time for adults and children alike but it’s especially important for Doctor Who fans as the good Doctor always likes to make an appearance on BBC One on Christmas day. So, in the spirit of the festive season, The Doctor Who Experience has decided to make things as Christmassy as possible for its visitors with a few yuletide specials!

From now until 21st December (but not every day) you’ll be able to visit The Doctor Who Experience and not only will you be able to soak up 48 years worth of history from the greatest show ever to grace the television screens, you’ll also be treated to some of the wonderful props and sets that have appeared in the Christmas Specials since 2005.

Sycorax Hosts, Cybershades and Roboforms will all be there to scare you whilst you’re there, why don’t you check out Kylie Minogue’s maid costume from Voyage of the Damned? Or maybe you’re a newer fan and you’d like to see Abigail’s chamber of Kazran’s armchair from A Christmas Carol? It’s all there waiting for you!

The Alternative Christmas Grotto will also have its very own Santa Claus to welcome visitors to the day and there’ll be a small Doctor Who related present for all worth over five pounds.

Access to this exclusive doctor Who Christmas Grotto will cost an additional £5 to the standard ticket price but it’s well worth it for such an unforgettable day.

Book tickets now at www.doctorwhoexperience.com and give the kids (and adults) a Doctor Who Christmas they’ll never forget!

 

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What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!




One Response to Alternative Christmas Grotto

  1. Mr Brak says:

    So you have to pay an additional fiver but then you get a gift worth about a fiver? So is it free? Other than you buy a gift that you might not have bothered to purchase. Maths was never my strong point, Mr Bond…

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