FANS of all things science fiction can experience a number of new exhibits that are out of this world.

A full-sized Tardis from Doctor Who is one of the new star attractions at the Time Museum of Science Fiction in The Square, Bromyard.

The time machine and spacecraft featured in the BBC series was used by Jon Pertwee, who was the third actor to play the Timelord between 1970 and 1974, among other Doctors.

Other new arrivals at the museum run by Andy Glazzard include a wedding suit worn by the current Doctor, Matt Smith, and a number of costumes worn by characters during the David Tennant era.

Props and costumes from Red Dwarf, Star Wars, Thunderbirds, Stingray and Captain Scarlet also feature.

The museum is open every Saturday and Sunday, from 10.30am-4pm.

For information and for tickets, go to or call 01885 488329.