Doctor Who Up Close (Cardiff) Reviews
Description:Cardiff Bay / Wales / A phenomenal exhibition showcasing Doctor Who props, costumes and monsters at the Red Dragon ... more
Newest Review: ... story - it is not very well sign posted, it is a huge building with a little entrance which seemed to be tucked away, Im not sure if that is because of the building work going on around it or if it always like that. Once inside the red Dragon Centre which is a small but bright centre with restaraunts , bowling arcade and a cafe, it is easy to spot the Dr Who exhibition. It is £20 for a family ... more
Customer Doctor Who Up Close (Cardiff) Reviews (3)
by - written on 24/06/10 (Useful, 112 readings)
My sons are big fans of Dr Who and were really excited about the exhibition. getting to it is easy as there are many buses pass it and there is also parking, getting in however is a different story - it is not very well sign posted, it is a huge building with a little entrance which seemed to be tucked away, Im not sure if that is because of the building work going on around it or if it always like that. Once inside the red Dragon Centre which is a small but bright centre with restaraunts , bowling arcade and a cafe, it is easy to spot the Dr Who exhibition. It is £20 for a family of four which before entering I thought was reasonable. Once inside though I think it is a . Read the complete review
by Rich C - written on 18/04/09
The Dr. Who Expo in Cardiff is located in a unit in the Red Dragon centre that is about the same size as a very small McDonalds. Exhibits are disappointing and some misplaced (info for one exhibit stands mistakenly by another). There is little interaction other than the green screen effect at the start which is probably the best bit. We parked in the Red Dragon Centre, went to the loo, went round the exhibit, and got back to the car within 25 minutes so we didn't have to pay for parking. The highlight of our trip... Had I have paid £3 I might've been appeased as there were some cool costumes to look at (Daleks, Kylie's maid frock etc), but £6 is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/04/08 (Very useful, 807 readings)
It is perhaps unsurprising that the most popular attraction in Cardiff at the moment seems to be the new "Doctor Who - Up Close" Exhibition; the city has been doing very well by capitalising on its association with the show and its spin-off series "Torchwood". And Who (as it were) can blame it? Cardiff has provided a memorable backdrop to one of the most successful TV shows of recent years*, and as a result, fans of the show have been flocking to the city to visit the locations for themselves. Those viewers that watch "Torchwood" get even more excited, given that virtually the entirety of the programme is set in Cardiff. ... Read the complete review
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