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Experience Wooden Royalty!

Great news for visitors to the Doctor Who Experience who will have the chance between now and the event’s final closure in February to get up close and personal with the Wooden King and Queen from this year’s Christmas special.

The stunning creatures from The Doctor, The Widow and the Wardrobe seem to have escaped from their doomed forest not to a new home as suspected by the Doctor but to the safety of the interactive walkthrough exhibition at London’s Olympia Two.

Now you and your children can be  by wooden faces just like Steven Moffat, who was frightened by such wooden creations as a child (gasmasks, darkness, cracks, statues and now this…).

The Wooden King and Wooden Queen have been installed alongside many of the Doctor’s most familiar foes, including the Daleks, Cybermen, Silurians and the Silence. They will remain in their specially created viewing area at Olympia until the Experience closes its doors for the last time on the 22nd February 2012.

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