AN exhibition celebrating six decades of Dr Who is on at the Museum of Somerset in Taunton.

The show is said to be the largest collection of original and digital Dr Who art ever to be displayed in one location.

Named, ‘Adventures in Time and Space: 60 Years of Doctor Who Art’ - the exhibition is described as a “Nostalgia-filled voyage through six decades of Doctor Who...Celebrating the longest-running Sci-Fi television programme known to humanity.”

The exhibition was launched to coincide with the most recent incarnation of the iconic sci-fi hero, played by Ncuti Gatwa in the latest BBC series.

The display features a range of art and media, including comics and graphic novels book covers, VHS video art, and a collection of rare Dr Who merchandise from times gone by.

It is also a chance for children to get involved in a range of activities, with new activities on throughout each week of the summer holidays. From Tuesday July 23 to Thursday July 25, children will get the chance to make their own TARDIS, the Dr’s iconic time machine.

From Tuesday July 30 to Thursday August 1, the show will offer the chance to enter an immersive 360 degree surround space experience, with a 20 minute shows playing regularly throughout the day.

From Tuesday August 13 to Thursday August 15, organisers invite attendees to: “Be inspired by Planet Earth and help us create an enormous, printed artwork featuring different perspectives on the Earth.

“Print onto a giant canvas using natural resources as printing tools. we will collaborate to create something beautiful and unique, just like the Earth. You can also visit our Earth Picture House to learn about the Earth in an environmentally themed presentation of vintage footage and a specially made soundtrack.”

The exhibition is running until October 5.