As with The Doctor himself, regeneration at the Doctor Who Experience is inevitable. From September 1 visitors to the attraction in Cardiff Bay will no longer have the opportunity to rescue The Eleventh Doctor – played by Matt Smith – from the Pandorica, as the existing storyline in the immersive adventure of the Doctor Who Experience is to be refreshed. More details will be announced about the updated storyline later this year.
Fans wishing to take part in the current adventure – flying the TARDIS with The Eleventh Doctor and facing some of his most famous foes in the process – can book tickets up until the 31st August at doctorwhoexperience.com.
The entire Experience, including the free-flow exhibition, will then close on September 1 for approximately six weeks with the aim of re-opening in time for the school holidays at the end of October. When the attraction re-opens it will also welcome props from Doctor Who S8, the highly anticipated debut series of The Twelfth Doctor played by Peter Capaldi.
As in previous years to celebrate the start of summer the Doctor Who Experience reopens the popular walking tours of Cardiff Bay, starting tomorrow (June 14). The tours will run every Friday, Saturday and Sunday between tomorrow and 20th July, and more regularly throughout the summer holidays. Check the website for availability.
Tickets for the Doctor Who Experience featuring your last chance to fly the TARDIS with the Eleventh Doctor can still be booked up until the 1st September via doctorwhoexperience.com.