We visit the free Doctor Who 60th anniversary exhibition at a museum near Bristol

It’s the largest collection of Doctor Who art and memorabilia ever shown in one location

The exhibition ‘Adventures in Time and Space - 60 Years of Doctor Who Art’ tells the story behind the show from its debut in 1963 to its revival in 2005 and the latest 60th anniversary specials

To celebrate Doctor Who’s 60th anniversary, Weston Museum has opened an exhibition featuring the largest collection of original and digital art from and about the programme ever shown in one location.

The exhibition, organised by the South West Heritage Trust and Events of Wonder, promises ‘a treat for all those who’ve shared an adventure with the Doctor’ and ‘a heartwarming journey for Whovians of all generations’.

It includes artwork of all the Doctors from the first (William Hartnell) to the 15th (Ncuti Gatwa), the latest Doctor, as well as its own Cyberman and memorabilia of the show.

The art exhibition is free and no ticket is needed and is running until April 13. Weston Museum is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 4pm.

Weston Museum, Burlington Street, Weston-super-Mare, BS23 1PR.

Here are 22 photos from our visit to ‘Adventures in Time and Space - 60 Years of Doctor Who Art’:

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