WESTON Museum's much-loved Doctor Who exhibition is extending its stay due to "popular demand."

The "phenomenal" Adventures in Time and Space – 60 Years of Doctor Who Art Exhibition was originally supposed to end this month, but will now run until April 13, 2024.

Doctor Who was first broadcast on November 23, 1963, running until 1989 before being given a modern reboot and reappearing on our television screens in 2005.

This commemorative art exhibition, organised by the South West Heritage Trust and Events of Wonder, displays the largest collection of Doctor Who original and digital artwork, from and about the programme, ever shown in one location.

Posting on Facebook, a spokesperson from Weston Museum said: "Calling all Whovians! Due to popular demand, our phenomenal “Adventures in Time and Space – 60 Years of Doctor Who Art Exhibition” is EXTENDING its stay in your timeline!

"New Dates: October 21 2023 – April 13 2024.

"Visit Us: Don’t forget, to make the most of your journey through time and art, arrive before 15:00! Check our website for opening days, times, and holiday closures.

"Entry: Absolutely FREE! At peak times, we’ll ensure everyone gets a turn with a ‘one in one out’ policy.

"What Awaits You: A treasure trove of memories! Relive the adventures of every Doctor, from Hartnell’s stern gaze to Ncuti Gatwa’s upcoming era. Face off against Daleks and Cybermen, and immerse yourself in the largest collection of Doctor Who art ever displayed in one place!

"Artistic Feats: Gaze upon the original and digital masterpieces, from the first Doctor Who Annual cover to the legendary artwork of Andrew Skilleter, Chris Achilleos, and many more.

"More Than Just an Exhibition: Our gallery will be a space-time vortex of activities and events celebrating the Doctor’s legacy, organized by the South West Heritage Trust and Events of Wonder.

"Spread the word, and let’s keep the TARDIS doors open for even longer!"

This Doctor Who extravaganza is a fantastic celebration of six decades of entertainment and is a must for fans of all generations who want to delve into the archives of Doctor Who's history.