Did you know that on Gallifrey, all cats roam free? Well, you shouldn’t, since I just made that up. But I have it on good authority that the next time the good Doctor regenerates, he’s going to be turned into a cat.
Check out this jumbo-sized 64 oz. TARDIS Mug. It’s round rather than square which is much better for coffee sipping. Looks odd at first, but the more I see it, the more I like it. Does it hold more coffee inside than it appears?
This Doctor Who TARDIS Coffee Press is the perfect way to start your morning – for both you and a companion. I don’t know about you, but I need a good strong cup of coffee to wash the taste of that last season from my palette.
We don’t yet have the technology to make this Doctor Who TARDIS Messenger Bag bigger on the inside and make it an actual time machine, so you can’t jump inside and have an adventure. Although that would be pretty damn cool.
Drink up all of time and space with this awesome TARDIS beer stein. Is it bigger on the inside? I hope so, because I am super thirsty. It certainly might appear that way after you’ve had enough to drink.
I love walking through neighborhoods around the country and seeing those Little Free Library boxes popping up. They’re a great way to share books that you’re done reading, and to discover new ones. But most Little Free Library boxes are just that – LITTLE.
Doctor Who fans with a cat who likes to scratch stuff up and live inside cardboard boxes will want to grab this cat house (no, not that kind of cat house). This cardboard TARDIS looks just like a squatty brown version of the good Doctor’s primary means of travel.
I don’t want to alarm you, but it looks like the Doctor and his TARDIS have just crashed into your wall through a rip in time. This TARDIS Vortex Wall Light is probably the coolest Doctor Who night light you can buy.
It’s November 1, meaning it’s time to skip all notions of Thanksgiving and go straight to Christmas cheer. I you are already digging out your Christmas decorations, you might want to replace that old tree topper with something new and cool this year.
The web series Golden Thrones is all about finding the best public restrooms in the world. In the latest episode, host Jon DelCollo stopped in at The Way Station in Brooklyn to explore this TARDIS-themed loo.
Check out this life-size LEGO TARDIS. Sadly, you can’t buy, but at least you can get a glimpse at what a life-size TARDIS looks like. It looks like the TARDIS only…brickier.
This impressive life-size TARDIS turned up on Sydney famed Bondi Beach, and is on display in advance of Australia’s inaugural Doctor Who Festival.
Take your vegetables on a tour through time and space as you chop them and prepare your meal. This TARDIS cutting board is perfect for your Doctor Who themed kitchen.
It has a flexible design with a non-slip base and is perfect for fresh vegetables like celery, which we all know is great for detecting radiation – which is why the 5th Doctor keeps it pinned to his jacket.
While it’s not quite as cool as this one, this Doctor Who TARDIS Backpack holds a library inside, just like the real thing. Assuming you put your school books in it, that is. Most Time Lords step inside of their TARDIS, but you will be unique because you can wear yours.
Doctor Who fans will want to check out this awesome LEGO announcement. The LEGO Facebook page has made it clear than an official TARDIS building set is coming soon.
We have seen DIY TARDIS sets over the years, and many of them are much more complex than the official set we see in this image.
All good vehicles have a trunk. I mean you need a place to keep spare tires, emergency and first aid kits and more. What if I told you that the TARDIS has a trunk too? Well, the actual TARDIS is too big to need one, but this TARDIS is a trunk.