A police box inside the Doctor Who Worlds of Wonder exhibition.

Fans of the hit BBC television series will be able to come face to face with the iconic characters and on screen worlds from across the show’s history at ‘Doctor Who Worlds of Wonder: Where Science Meets Fiction | Doctor Who Ngā Ao Mīharo: Te tūtakitanga o te Pūtaiao ki te Pakimaero’. Explore scientific concepts like time travel, and why the TARDIS is bigger on the inside.

Take a look at artificial intelligence, DNA manipulation, and cloning through the lens of the ‘Doctor Who’ universe.

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In the Monster Vault visitors will come face to face with many of the Doctor’s alien adversaries and learn about their connections with real science.

Hosted at Tākina Wellington Convention and Exhibition Centre, this is the first time the exhibition has left UK shores. Doctor Who first aired in 1963 and has been broadcast in more than 50 countries, gaining millions of fans across the globe.

The exhibition will run for five months from 1 June 2024.

A room full of Daleks, robots from BBC's science fiction television series Doctor Who at The Doctor Who, World of Wonder, touring exhibition.