On our recent trip to the South Coast we had a quick stop in Canberra. We had a lovely stopover, but with rather miserable weather so we generally sought out inside activities.
Master Wicker has pretty much outgrown his Doctor Who obsession and I never really had one (although I always enjoyed the David Tennant era), but we both enjoyed Bigger On The Inside at Canberra Museum and Gallery.
Bigger On The Inside is a display of one man's passion for all thing Dr Who. Timothy Kirsopp has been collecting Dr Who memorabilia since the early 90s. He has amassed over 3,000 individual items, and this display is an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the Largest Collection of Dr Who Memorabilia.
Master Wicker immediately set about figuring if he had anything that was not included in the collection. He thinks that his K9 keyring from the Dr Who Experience in Cardiff wasn't there!
|Naturally there was every size of Tardis|
|I found the Doctor Who Toby Jugs a bit freaky|
|But not as freaky as the crocheted Ood mask...|
|Why wouldn't you want a Cyberman toothbrush?|
|There were many levels of tragic|
|And a whole lot of stuff...|
I'd love to know what he does with it all in his house
|You can even help lengthen the Endless Scarf|
Canberra Museum and Gallery is free and always worth a look. We visited in the school holidays and they had some great free activities for kids, such as an area to make amazing paper flowers like these.
Bigger On the Inside
Canberra Museum and Gallery
16 July - 20 November 2016
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