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November 25th, 2011 13 comments

Doctor Who Experience Christmas Grotto

DOCTOR WHO EXPERIENCE UNVEILS ALTERNATIVE CHRISTMAS GROTTO

London’s Doctor Who Experience has put an out-of-this-world spin on the festive season by unveiling an alternative Christmas grotto – a magical twist on the seasonal tradition.

The alternative grotto, which runs on selected dates* throughout December will showcase a magical world of Doctor Who festivity in a bespoke new grotto which will take visitors on a time travelling journey through the television series’ spectacular Christmas specials.

Featuring some of the show’s most memorable seasonal props, the alternative Christmas grotto will include Kylie Minogue’s maid costume from ‘Voyage of the Damned’ (which aired on Christmas Day 2007) and the eerie Santa Robots from ‘The Runaway Bride’ broadcast at Christmas in 2006.

The grotto will also feature the terrifying Sycorax, the deadly Cybershades and the Heavenly Host who were all made famous by recent Christmas appearances. Rare artefacts such as Abigail’s Chamber and Kazran’s Armchair from last year’s phenomenal ‘A Christmas Carol’ episode will also feature.

A traditional Santa Claus will also be on hand to meet and greet visitors as they explore the yuletide treasure trove of props and costumes. Each attendee will gain exclusive access to the custom made grotto during their visit to see Santa and all children will receive a Doctor Who gift worth over £5. Tickets to the Alternative Grotto are a £5 supplementary ticket alongside Doctor Who Experience tickets. Adults accompanying children can access the grotto with just their Experience ticket. Grotto tickets are exclusively available through See tickets or can be purchased on site at the Doctor Who Experience shop.

Grotto open from 2nd-4th, 9th-11th, 16th – 21st December


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