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Visited with older teen daughter who is a huge fan. This is a labour of love by owners and staff and is a must-visit if you're a fan. The shop is well stocked with lots of different items - something for ALL ages and ALL...More
My husband spent 45 minutes on the Tube to get to the Dr. Who Store & Museum...& for us, it was worth every minute we spent getting there!! This small museum has actual props as well as a huge official merchandise store for the Dr....More
We had heard great things about the shop but I found it a waste of time.
They didn't had a lot of merchandise to buy, I've been to conventions were they selled more doctor who merch that in that shop.
The museum was very smalle...More
Every time we visit London we visit this shop and spend a lot of money there. However, on our recent visit we suffered the embarrassment of having our Scottish bank note refused thus foregoing the opportunity to visit the museum. With hundreds of places visited...More
For all true "Whovians" this place is a Must Do! The shop is large, and contains all sorts of items you know you need- clothing, toys, DVDs, books, trading cards, figures, etc.. As everything is BBC licensed, the prices seem high, but this is the...More
Brilliant colelction of authentic props from both the new and old series in the museum and a knowledgable guide on hand to answer any questions you may have too.
Shop has some really awesome items too.
We did the trek out to the museum/shop and found it interesting. There is allot of things to buy for the fans. My wife and i went into the museum whilst our sons sat it out. Having our cameras we took many photo and had...More
The museum was a nice touch, with a staff member on hand with great knowledge of the props, quite a few of which were genuinely in the show.
My quibbles however lie with the shop itself. A lot of things are massively overpriced - a...More
The Who Shop is packed with lots of Dr Who memorabilia and fan favorites. Lots of t-shirts, posters, sonic screwdrivers, some jewelry (selection can be better), and more.
The items are a bit pricy. The shop is at the east end of London (Zone 4),...More
I’m so glad we made our way to this shop. It has everything you can imagine including actual show props. It’s easy to get to with the tube and a quick trip on the coach. You’ll be there before you can say wibbly wobbly timey...More
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The Who shop is not quite where you would expect, but I thought it was worth getting lost in the neighbor hood. :) also look for fellow Whovians too! When you get out of the tube station turn right and go down the street a... More
The Who shop is not quite where you would expect, but I thought it was worth getting lost in the neighbor hood. :) also look for fellow Whovians too! When you get out of the tube station turn right and go down the street a ways. When you see the Boleyn Pub (on your left@the corner past the stadium)take a left and it's a few doors down. unless you see the girl in a tardis dress like I did, it can be hard to miss. So look in the windows for Whovian stuff! Think of it as a scavenger hunt for the Doctor! Allons-y!!!