TIMELORD fans are being invited to see behind the scenes of the Doctor Who series, including a glimpse inside his famous tardis.
At an exclusive preview yesterday, a small group of fans viewed the props and scenery at the exhibition which opened to the general public today.
Adam Jenkins, nine, of Canton, Cardiff, who won a place at the event by entering a competition in the Echo, said: Its good. You recognise everything from the television and it is really cool.
Launched by Cardiff council leader and Doctor Who fan Rodney Berman, the multi media exhibition, which opens to the public today features some of the Doctors mortal enemies such as the Daleks, who in the first of the new series, learned to climb stairs.
Fans old and new can come face to face with the Auton Brides, characters from the Forest of Cheem episode, and see Mickeys severed plastic head.
There is also a nod to the previous incarnations of the Doctor and enthusiasts can take a memento away with them from the exhibition shop.
Jessey Sanders, nine, of Llanrumney, Cardiff, who was with brother Zarren, 10, said: I liked the Daleks the best.
Zara May, 10, of Tremorfa, Cardiff, who was also at the exhibition with her brother Jordan, 12, addedsaid: Rose is my favourite. She is very brave.
The exhibition in the Red Dragon Centre, Cardiff Bay, is open between 11am and 8pm daily and runs until February 26.
Fans can also see props and characters from the Christmas Invasion TV special which will be on display soon after the Christmas Day screening. Entry is free.