Museum of Classic Sci-Fi

Museum owner and curator Neil Cole (left) with Alex Storer (right) and the museum’s Sentinel Dalek.

I was recently lucky to visit Neil Cole’s Museum of Classic Sci-Fi, tucked away in the rolling hills of the Northumbrian countryside. I was blown away by the sheer amount of screen-used props, costumes and production models in Neil’s collection, and most of all his impressive ‘archive’ of classic Doctor Who items.

While the Doctor Who section makes up the bulk of the museum, you’ll also see a vast range of items from films and series such as the Star Wars and Star Trek franchises, Alien, Prometheus, Planet of the Apes, Babylon 5, The Tripods, Blake’s 7, Battlestar Galactica and the Marvel films.

I have reviewed my visit in the new edition of Shoreline of Infinity magazine, which is out today. See the link below for more details!

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