Adventures in Time and Space – 60 Years of Doctor Who Art Exhibition extended into April 2024

Dalek art by Roy Knipe, first used on the cover of "Death to the Daleks" SNIP

Good news from Weston Museum. Due to popular demand, their phenomenal Adventures in Time and Space – 60 Years of Doctor Who Art Exhibition is extending its stay.

This much-praised, free exhibition – check out our photo feature here – will now run until 13th April 2024.

A treasure trove of memories awaits Doctor Who fans of all ages. Relive the adventures of every Doctor, from Hartnell’s stern gaze to Ncuti Gatwa’s upcoming era. Face off against Daleks and Cybermen, and immerse yourself in the largest collection of Doctor Who art ever displayed in one place.

Gaze upon the original and digital masterpieces, from the first Doctor Who Annual cover to the legendary artwork of Andrew Skilleter, Chris Achilleos, and many more.

The Exhibition also continues to be a space-time vortex of activities and events celebrating the Doctor’s legacy, organised by the South West Heritage Trust and Events of Wonder.

Spread the word, and let’s keep the TARDIS doors open for even longer!

• Adventures in Time and Space – 60 Years of Doctor Who Art, Saturday 21st October 2023 – 13th April 2024, Weston Museum, Burlington Street, Weston-super-Mare BS23 1PR | Web: | Free

To make the most of your journey through time and art, arrive before 3.00pm! Check the Weston Museum website for opening days, times, and holiday closures

Entry is absolutely free. At peak times, the Museum will ensure everyone gets a turn with a ‘one in one out’ policy.

In Pictures: Adventures in Time and Space – 60 Years of Doctor Who Art at Weston Museum

Categories: Doctor Who, downthetubes News, Events, Exhibitions, Other Worlds, Science Fiction, Television

Tags: , , ,

1 reply

  1. Great exhibition. Well worth a short diversion on my route to Cardiff this weekend. Staff is super friendly and delighted to learn about where you’ve travelled from. Many of the pieces are originals (the curator there didn’t really know much about this content that day). So excited to see Paradise Towers #1 on display among the treasures:) Really enjoyed seeing comic art up close, especially some classic Dave Gibbons work. Bit shocking to realise just how much of the merch on display I actually have at home. Museum is free and easy to find. It’s clearly been very successful for them, hence the welcome extended run. They even have a charity Doctor Who scarf knitting initiative witty little knitters can participate in – details at the reception.

Discover more from

Subscribe now to keep reading and get access to the full archive.

Continue reading