Doctor Who Cardiff Walking Tour
Since the regeneration of Doctor Who in 2005, Cardiff has been the capital city of NuWho.
Be it at BBC Studios, in suburban streets around the city, on the surrounding beaches, in nearby castles and especially in some of Cardiff's most iconic buildings, the Welsh capital has been one of the secret stars of the modern show.
From Cardiff's civic centre to Cardiff Bay, we will explore space stations, Weeping Angels, Area 51, Nazi Germany, the Museé d'Orsay, the Titanic and even New York City, and many more locations.
On this 2.5 hour Doctor Who walking tour of Cardiff filming locations, discover the streets, landmarks and buildings that have brought Doctor Who to life for the last 15 years, including...
Temple of Peace
St. John's Church
and much more.....
The tour ends in Cardiff Bay
Doctor Who Tour Cardiff Starting Point
The Doctor Who Cardiff Tour starts from the
middle of Alexandra Gardens, in the heart of the Civic Centre, next to the Welsh National War Memorial.
The first Doctor Who Cardiff Tours will take place on Saturday, 15 & 22 August 2020 at 2:30pm. More Doctor Who tour dates will be added later in Autumn 2020
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Please note, reservations are necessary for this tour. However, all are welcome, including children, and even non-Whovians
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To find the tour's start location, head north on Kingsway towards City Hall. To the right of City Hall, follow King Edward VII Ave towards Alexandra Gardens. Enter this small, pretty park and in its centre you will easily find the Welsh National War Memorial.