Doctor Who Experience

March 2011
Park World;Mar2011, p24
The article reports on the opening of the Doctor Who Experience, a new amusement adventure in London, England in 2011. It states that the new entertainment is inspired by the science fiction television series "Doctor Who," produced by British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC). According to managing director Philip Murphy, the adventure will be a dream come true for children who wished to become part of the television program.


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