So as I am a massive nerd & live in the UK it would be rude not to take a trip to Cardiff, Wales to The Doctor Who Experience.
I have been a fan of the show since I was a child & since its revival in 2005 its fandom has exploded into the main stream even giving birth to the uber fans known as Whovians!
This has made Cardiff a tourist hot spot for Whovians from all over the world with many of the locations used in Doctor Who & in the spin-off Torchwood can be visited by fans.To go with this boom the BBC have built The Doctor Who Experience right on the bay.
From the outside the Doctor Who Experience looks like a large aircraft hanger where you sit in reception waiting for you slot to be called .
when it is your time you are sent on a interactive adventure in the T.A.R.D.I.S with challenges to collect crystals , you have to go from world to world collecting crystals and even end up on Scaro with a group of Darleks!!
Once you have completed the crystals you are sent into the heart of this large complex which has 2 floors jam packed with props and memorabilia from the show!
As we walked in we saw T.A.R.D.I.S consoles from various seasons and even a K9 , however the upper floor was where the cool stuff was with plenty of Darleks, T.A.R.D.I.S parts and even a Face of Boe but one of my favorite parts was a line of Cybermen ranging from the 1st up to the ones we know today.
I found this to be a must visit for any Who fan and was great whether you started watching the 1st Doctor or the last .
On the way out they have their own gift shop so if you need a new sonic screwdriver or two you can pic one up no problem.
Having finished our day at the Doctor Who Experience we found it only fitting to go for food at the Eddie’s Diner in Cardiff Bay used in the 2011 episode The Impossible Astronaut which finished our day perfectly.
Thanks for reading , please note all pictures are my own and taken by me