The hugely popular exhibition – which almost 400,000 people have visited over the past four years - will be disappearing from Land’s End in January.
When the exhibition opened in April 2007, Land’s End broke all records and since then it has been a major attraction for visitors – with the giant Tardis being a popular photograph point.
The famous attraction will be holding a special party to wave goodbye to Doctor Who on January 3, the final day the sci fi exhibition will be open to the public.
Fans are invited to come dressed as their favourite Doctor Who character and visit the exhibition for free. There will be souvenirs for children and Daleks will be out and about in the main square.
It’s the last chance for enthusiasts to get up close to all things Doctor Who, encountering some of the Time Lord’s most famous enemies including The Slitheen, The Sontaran, Cybermen and the most fearsome of all – The Daleks. Plus there’s the opportunity to delve deeper into the phenomenon and discover more with the interactive touch-screen displays and special effects.
Between Boxing Day and January 3 children will be able to visit the exhibition for free.
David Bryans, Land’s End’s General Manager, said: “Doctor Who has been a big part of our lives here at Land’s End for the past three years, so it is only right we send it off with a bang.
“People of all ages love the phenomenon that is Doctor Who so the party will be a fabulous way to mark its final day at Land’s End and we hope as many people as possible can join us. Of course we are sad to see it go, but we are already looking forward to welcoming a new exhibition – Monsters of the Deep – next year.”
For more information on Land’s End visit www.landsend-landmark.co.uk
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