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doctor who experience, advice, discounts?

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5y, 7m agoPosted 5 years, 7 months ago
I'm taking my daughter to London for the first time in a few weeks, shes dr who mad so am considering the above attraction. However looking on the website, it looks incredibly expensive for something lasting about 90 minutes!
Has anyone been, is it worth it, or does anyone know of any discount vouchers around for it please?
Also, off on a tangent, also considering a couple of the bigger museums, which are the easiest ones to get to on the tube please? We're staying in Southwark although will be doing a lot of wandering around! Thanks for any advice!
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5y, 7m agoPosted 5 years, 7 months ago
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We went to the Doctor Who Experience on Good Friday. I searched for discounts but couldn't find any, probably due to the fact that the tickets are sold via ticket sites that if anything add more charge on. I was expecting it to be busy so booked in advance. When we got there it was fairly quiet so we would have been better off buying tickets there on the day as they are cheaper than the ticket sites.
From start to finish the 'experience' lasted an hour and although not a massive fan myself, I really enjoyed it and thought it was well worth the money. Both of my kids loved it and the looks on their faces when they entered the tardis and saw the daleks was worth every penny.
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We also went to the Natural History Museum which is free (donations accepted). Get off at South Kensington on the District Line, follow the signs for the musuem through the subway. When you exit the subway turn right & the museum entrance is about 200 metres down (if you turn left you get the Science museum) & it opens at 10am. We got there at 9.45am & there was already a queue so I would suggest getting there early to prevent a long waiting time, plus it gets very busy inside as it's free - and very good!


Edited By: Soaps on Apr 27, 2011 18:09

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