This fascinating museum features the real props used in Dr Who television series from the 1960s right up to the present day. Dr Who fans will enjoy the Dalek Dungeon and see costumes used on screen for the TV programme.

The Time Machine Museum of Science Fiction in historic Bromyard / Image source

There are also some great displays from such classics as Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlet, Star Trek, Star Wars, Red Dwarf and Buffy, that ever-resourceful vampire slayer.

This permanent Museum really is a must for fans of Television Science Fiction with items from lots of different shows all under one roof. All of the Exhibitions are stunningly displayed and lit very atmospherically in our Creepy Dungeon which has many rooms and corridors to explore.

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