Build-A-Bear Workshop and BBC Studios have finally revealed their adorable Doctor Who range, which is available to purchase now!

First announced last September, Build-A-Bear have now unveiled the full details of their new Doctor Who range. Since their foundation in 1997, Build-A-Bear have become an iconic brand, allowing children to create their very own cuddly best friends. Over the years, they’ve teamed up with a number of well-known franchises, including Star Wars and Marvel. Now, they’ve worked with BBC Studios to bring us an adorable collection of Doctor Who-inspired products.

Young fans (as well as those who are young at heart) can now get their hands on a Doctor Who bear, which features branded blue paw pads, and two blue hearts on its chest, all featuring a Doctor Who-inspired TARDIS pattern.

Build-A-Bear – Doctor Who Bear

You can also dress up your Doctor Who bear with two outfits as worn by the Time Lord themself. Accessorise your new furry friend with the Thirteenth Doctor‘s striped t-shirt, braces, trousers, boots, and hooded coat, or the Tenth Doctor‘s suit, coat, trainers, and 3D glasses! Each Doctor Who bear will also come with a sonic screwdriver, as well as its own TARDIS gift box.

Build-A-Bear – Doctor Who Bear – Thirteenth Doctor Outfit and TARDIS Gift Box
Build-A-Bear – Doctor Who Bear – Tenth Doctor Outfit and TARDIS Gift Box

The Doctor Who Build-A-Bear range can now be purchased exclusively online in the UK, and will be launched online in the US later this month.

Build-A-Bear‘sDoctor Who bear is available to purchase online now, priced at £21.50, with outfits and accessories starting at £8.

Build-A-Bear – Doctor Who Bear – Tenth and Thirteenth Doctor Outfits and TARDIS Gift Box

Doctor Who continues this Sunday 23rd February with ‘Ascension of the Cybermen‘ on BBC One and BBC America.

The aftermath of the Great CyberWar. The Doctor arrives in the far future, intent on protecting the last of the human race from the deadly Cybermen. But in the face of such a relentless enemy, has she put her best friends at risk? What terrors lie hiding in the depths of space, and what is Ko Sharmus?

Written by Chris Chibnall, and directed by Jamie Magnus Stone.
Guest starring Julie Graham, Patrick O’Kane, Ian McElhinney and Steve Toussaint.


  1. I presume someone at the BBC saw my “Doctor Ted” video, which I had originally made and uploaded on YouTube in 2009, and was thus inspired to market Doctor Who Bear – Build-A-Bear Workshop.

    Here is the link to my Doctor Ted video.
    “Daleks meet the new Doctor” Oct 24, 2009


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