11 Brilliant Gifts for the Doctor Who Fan in Your Life
For Doctor Who fans, December 25 has always a big day because of the legendary sci-fi series’ annual Christmas specials (though this year's will be a New Year's Day affair). It’s during that annual holiday to-do that viewers have gotten their first glimpses of incoming Time Lords, as was the case with 's "Twice Upon a Time," the special that gave us a first look at Jodie Whittaker as the Thirteenth Doctor (and the first female Doctor).
A lot has happened in the 12 months since then. In addition to making her debut to record-shattering ratings, it's already been announced that Whittaker and her trusty team of companions will return for another whole new season though it won't air until
To help the Whovian in your life pass the time until then—and scratch yet another gift off your ever-growing holiday list—may we suggest one of these?
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1. Thirteenth Doctor Barbie doll
In addition to being the first woman Doctor, Jodie Whittaker managed to become the first Doctor to get the Barbie treatment. The iconic doll brand, which is beloved by kids and adults alike, teamed up with the BBC to release this limited-edition doll. It bears an impressive resemblance to Whittaker, too—and sports her now-standard rainbow-striped T-shirt, suspenders, cropped trousers, trench coat, and lace-up boots. She’s even carrying her new take on the sonic screwdriver, a.k.a. a Swiss army sonic.
Find It at Hot Topic for $50
2. Thirteenth Doctor Funko Pop!
If your toy aesthetic is more square-headed and whimsical, then Funko's Thirteenth Doctor Pop! will make a fun addition to your cult toy collection.
Find Itat Amazon for $11
3. Tardis Teapot
Jumping from one century and planet to the next can be a tiring business, so it’s always prudent to make time for tea. This ceramic teapot, which is a detailed recreation of the Doctor’s iconic time-traveling call box, holds up to 25 ounces per serving—enough for your giftee and any companion they might have tagging along.
Find It at Walmart for $
4. Eleventh Doctor Green Coat
Regardless of who your favorite Doctor is, there’s no denying that Matt Smith’s double-breasted green coat is one stylish frock. The lined, moleskin coat gets it right down to the very last detail, and also comes with plenty of pockets.
Find It at The BBC Shop for $
5. The Doctors: Time And Space Collection
Even if you didn’t know his name, you probably spent part of your childhood with Roger Hargreaves, the author behind the Mr. Men book series. Now your giftee can relive those days with this eight-book collection of Doctor Who-inspired Mr. Men titles, created by Hargreaves’s son Adam. The books’ bold illustrations are accompanied by fun little stories and jokes from the series, which makes them fun for the whole family. (Though the Thirteenth Doctor isn't included in this series, she does have her own standalone title, which is available for $6 (paperback) or $14 (hardcover) on Amazon.)
Find It at Amazon for $31
6. Monopoly: Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Collector's Edition
Everyone’s favorite ode to capitalism gets a Whovian makeover with this special edition of Monopoly, where properties like Park Place take on the name of classic Doctor Who episodes like "The Poison Sky" instead, and old-school tokens like the race car and thimble have been replaced by iconic trinkets including the Fourth Doctor’s scarf and the Eleventh Doctor’s bow tie.
Find It at Amazon for $50 and also at these other retailers:
7. Tardis Watercolor Throw Blanket
Help your giftee show off both their fandom and their creative side with this cuddly throw blanket, featuring a watercolor-like rendering of the Doctor’s TARDIS. Measuring 4-by-5 feet, the blanket is perfect for cuddling up with a Doctor Who binge-watch.
Find ItHot Topic for $20 and also at these other retailers:
8. LEGO Ideas Doctor Who Building Kit
Doctor Who fan Andrew Clark designed this detailed LEGO set via the company’s LEGO Ideas site. The piece building kit replicates the TARDIS’s iconic trans-dimensional engineering quirk, with its small-on-the-outside and enormous-on-the-inside look. The collection's four minifigures, including both the Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors, mean that you can even role-play a Time Lord regeneration, LEGO-style.
Find It at Amazon for $
9. Fourth Doctor Scarfs
Does your favorite Whovian want to go old school with their Doctor Who style? This recreation of the Fourth Doctor’s oversized scarf—available in lengths of either six or 12 feet—makes a great winter accessory.
Find It at Amazon for $25 and up.
Sonic Screwdriver BBQ Tongs
With these tongs, your giftee will want to drag the grill out of storage and cook up a fresh batch of fish fingers (and custard) with these sonic screwdriver-style tongs. Yes, they even have sound effects.
Find It at Amazon for $20 and also at these other retailers:
Doctor Who: The Official Cookbook
Fish fingers and custard may not be a traditional dish in most parts of the world, but if you’ve ever wondered what the Doctor’s favorite foods taste like, this book is chock full of 40 “Wibbly-Wobbly Timey-Wimey Recipes.” Fandom never tasted so delicious.
Find It at Amazon for $14 and also at these other retailers:
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Fans of Dr. Who will love to receive a hand-picked gift related to the show. Give them what they really want, from TARDIS themed gifts to obscure references, it’s all here. Even if you’re not familiar with the series you can still make a confident gift selection.
Deluxe Doctor Who TARDIS Journal
This fully licensed Dr. Who collectible is handsomely bound in a blue leather look cover is filled with over pages that have an aged and textured look to them, and contain a secret within. This item is a great gift for yourself, a writer you know, or your fellow Dr. Who fan.
Dr. Who Chess 3D Set
This Lenticular chess set is guaranteed to delight Whovians and Chess Champs alike! Make your way across space, time, and the board to capture your opponent’s royal court. Each piece is crafted from durable plastic, and features a hologram from the Sci-Fi classic.
Hone your chess game and indulge with this unique set. Reasonably priced to be a great gift for any occasion.
Trivial Pursuit: Dr. Who Edition
Travel through time, no TARDIS required! Keep Game Night rolling with this Travel Edition of the classic trivia game. With over cards in varying degrees of difficulty, Whovians of all ages can stump their friends and earn wedges in 6 categories. Learning is an adventure with this inexpensive gift.
Dr. Who Wall Art
Anybody can proudly proclaim their love of Dr. Who with this striking wall art. This unframed print of the Tardis has a favorite quote from The Eleventh Doctor, reminding us that “We are just stories in the end.” The low price makes this a must have for all Whovians, young and old, fans since the beginning and newbies alike.
Dr. Who Tardis Print
Bibliophiles and Whovians unite with this gorgeous print of the Tenth Doctor on a vintage dictionary page. Unframed to allow you to choose the perfect match for your décor, this print is sure to be a conversation piece in any setting. An inexpensive way brighten any space, fans of Matt Smith will adore this item.
Time Lord Hoodie
Who doesn’t love a hoodie? Now you can stay warm and cozy while proudly proclaiming your status as TIME LORD in laser cut and applied fabric, accented with white stripes on the sleeves. Perfect for the die-hard Whovian, this bold red front zippered is machine washable, and pairs perfectly with your Sonic Screwdriver. Reasonably priced and guaranteed to incite requests for rides in your Tardis.
Doctor Who Adipose Plush
Has all that timey wimey police call box travelling added some unwanted pounds? No fear, simply get your hands on this adorable plush. No, you won’t lose weight, but you’ll gain a friend. Straight from Adipose 3, this plump little guy is filled plastic pellets, so you don’t want to let small children play with him. Costing no more than a drive through meal, you won’t have buyer’s remorse after.
Dr. Who Mad Libs
All the zany fun of original Mad Libs, but with a British twist. Fill in your favorite adverbs and adjectives, nouns and verbs in this hilarious game. 48 pages containing 21 original stories, all for under $5 will enable you to save your hard earned money for even more Dr. Who gear! Remember how much fun you had playing Mad Libs as a kid? The Whovian kid in your life is sure to love this.
The Official Dr. Who Card Game
This Officially licensed Dr. Who card game allows you to play as the 9thth Doctors, along with Cara, Amy, Rory, Rose, Martha, Riversong, and Donna defending the universe. Everything you need to start playing right out of the box. Gather people, and in 20 minutes to an hour you can save the innocent lives in peril. Quality materials make this an awesome gift at a great price.
Dr. Who: A History Of The Universe in Objects
Written by James Goss, this interesting volume is sure to delight. Travel through time and discover the history of the Doctor through famous and infamous objects. This hardbound book is a great buy, and would be an excellent gift for the Whovian bookworm. Beautifully bound, it deserves a space of honor on your bookshelf!
Monopoly: Dr. Who 50th Anniversary Edition
In honor of Dr. Who’s 50th anniversary, Monopoly has created this collector’s edition. Travel the universe, and pass go, displaying your skills as Time Lord with the Doctor’s scarf, bow tie, screwdriver, celery, recorder, and umbrella tokens. Roll the dice and buy, sell, and trade iconic episodes from the BBC classic science fiction show! A true collector’s dream, for both Monopoly and Dr. Who fans alike.
Dr. Who TARDIS Tin Tote Gift Set
Your kid can be the wibbly wobbliest kid in the cafeteria with this timey wimey gift set. Shaped like a TARDIS, the tote comes filled with a TARDIS designed travel mug and three coasters. Officially licensed by San Diego Comic Con, this gift set will be the envy of every Whovian who sees it. Quality materials make this a great buy.
Hand Knit Dr. Who Scarf
Sonic screwdrivers, police call boxes, daleks, and scarves; every Whovian knows these items. Take your cosplay to the next level of authenticity with this hand knit scarf, while doing what the Doctor himself would do, and helping kids. Proceeds from each scarf purchased go to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. Show off your love of all things timey wimey, and do a good deed at the same time, we think the Doctor would definitely approve.
Doctor Who Designer TARDIS Watch
This sleek and stylish designer watch features a TARDIS blue faux leather wristband and the sign from the TARDIS door. This classic timepiece will make sure you are always on time, no matter when in time you need to be there. Gift boxed in a reusable metal tin, this lovely watch will make a lovely present for the discerning Whovian on your gift list. The distinctive square face measures 1 5/8 inches across, and features a inch strap
The Unauthorized Whovian Cookbook
You are throwing a marathon viewing party of all the Dr. Who episodes ever. All your friends are gathered in front of the television, what better way to start off with a Two Streams Garden Cocktail? Maybe you’re hungry, and want something quick and easy, why not try a Fish Custard Taco? These recipes and more will delight your taste buds and earn your Whovian fame! This paperback cookbook will have you feeling all wibbly wobbly with joy in pages.
Doctor Who Cookie Cutters
Sometimes, you just need a cookie shaped like a Dalek. Thankfully there are Doctor Who cookie cutters to save the day. Shaped like the 11th Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver, The TARDIS, K9, a Cyberman, and a Dalek, these cutters make throwing a Whovian party a snap. Crafted from food grade plastic, these are not dishwasher safe, but will create awesome snacks!
Dr Who Steampunk Bracele
This antiqued silver plated brass cuff is sturdy but malleable enough to fit any wrist perfectly. Sealed to protect the silver finish, this cuff features Gallifrey symbols across the exterior. This handcrafted made to order bracelet is as much a work of art as a piece of jewelry, making it a great one of a kind gift for anyone, especially a Whovian.
Doctor Who Life Size Cardboard Standup
Feeling a little lonely? Maybe you just really need a tall, thin impeccably dressed Brit to keep you company. Now you can have David Tennant right in your very own bedroom, without all the legal ramifications of kidnapping a celebrity. Just follow the simple instructions, and without requiring a single Sonic Screwdriver, the 10th Doctor will defend your home for years to come.
Dr. Who Custom Etched Beer Stein
Raise a pint in honor of your favorite Doctor from the longest running science-fiction series of all time. Shout Allons-y! as you toast with your Whovian family, or simply enjoy a cold beverage from it as you wash the space dust from your throat. Etched upon this sturdy stein is the face and favorite salute of the Tenth Doctor, David Tennant. For only $20 USD, this item is as attractively priced as it is detailed.
Dr. Who Blue Tardis Silver Tie Tack
These beautiful tie tacks/pins will keep your ties in place while discreetly proclaiming your adoration of all things Whovian. Attend meetings dressed to the nines, knowing these handmade tacks will absolutely draw the eye of Dr. Who fans, while maintaining a professional look. Since these inexpensive accessories also double as pins, you can mix and match them with your favorite outfits or share one with a friend.
Dr. Who Sonic Screwdriver Mini Torch
This functional keychain mini torch replicates the 10th Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver adorably. Defend your home or car and proclaim your allegiance to The Doctor with this bright little keychain gadget. For the adventurous time traveler, this handy little Sonic Screwdriver will assure a successful mission without destroying your budget.
Doctor Who: Clue
Whodunit? Hop in your Tardis and search the Universe to rescue The Doctor. Select your character, choosing from his closest allies friends, and figure out the clues to discover who among you has been conditioned by the Daleks to commit this crime, where to find The Doctor, and how it was pulled off. A wonderful twist on the classic board game, this edition would make a great gift for fans of the series or the original game!
Dr. Who Universal Remote Control
If you have ever wondered what it would be like to hold the awesome power of a Sonic Screwdriver in your own hand and change the Universe around you, the time is now! This incredibly detailed replica of the 11th Doctor’s favorite tool controls your DVD/Blu-ray, iPod dock and TV with 39 infrared signals. Copper plated; this 10 ¾ inch replica remote features a soft grip touch, flashing lights, and sound effects!! A perfect gift for the entertainment junkie on your list.
Dr. Who: The Masters Fob Watch
This classic timepiece is gorgeous in any era, which explains why The Masters are so partial to it. This elegant fob watch features Gallifreyan engraving on the outside zinc alloy cover, as well as the face itself. The built in soft blue light enables accurate readings in the dark, while simultaneously showing off your excellent taste in any light. This handsome watch makes a perfect gift for the Whovian guy in your life, and would pair nicely with a scarf or fedora.
Dr. Who: Retro Lunch Box
This Retro Lunchbox is functional and collectible. Store your lunch, or an assortment of Sonic Screwdrivers in this 9xx tin featuring a TARDIS on one side and a Dalek on the other in vivid, bold colors. This inexpensive but sturdy tin is the perfect gift for young and old alike! Today’s youth can explore the Universe while keeping their sandwiches safe just like their grandparents did as children, making this a gift that is exactly what The Doctor ordered; wibbly wobbly, timey wimey, and more than meets the eye.
DIY Dr. Who Terrarium
There is something magical about a terrarium. It’s a tiny world in itself. This adorable Dr. Who Terrarium is easy to assemble, and the results are simply stunning. For under $20, this project is as budget friendly as it is beautiful. Using materials you have found (or if short on time you can find these in any dollar store in the craft aisle), a block of polymer craft clay, some paint and a covered jar this craft produces stunning results from everyday objects. Upcycle your old jars with this easy to follow step by step DIY guide, and see where your TARDIS lands next!
Bigger-on-the-inside TARDIS Cards
This surprisingly spacious card will delight any Dr. Who Fan. This very detailed step by step tutorial will take you through each segment of the card creating process, making even beginning paper crafters feel like pros. By following the tutorial’s pictorial instructions carefully, this card is simple to make, and sure to bring a smile of wonder to the lucky Whovian who receives it.
Project: TARDIS Phone Charging Station
Have you always wanted a Police Call Box of your own? With this easy to follow tutorial, you can make one. Using the downloadable PDF template, and the materials listed, the TARDIS will once again prove it is bigger on the inside by both nesting your phone while not in use and doubling as a charging station. The easy to follow pictorial will have your cell comfortably protected in no time.
Dr. Who Painted TARDIS Heels
Step out in style with this chic DIY TARDIS Heels tutorial. The step by step pictorial clearly explains the process, making the finished project fabulous. This Whovian themed fashion forward upcycle can also be designed in any of your favorite themes. The possibilities are limitless, affordable, and great for the planet and your wardrobe. Just follow the simple pictorial, and you’ll need a TARDIS of your own to escape the demands from your fellow Whovians to redecorate all of their footwear.
TARDIS Tissue Box Cover
Endless sneezes got you feeling blue? TARDIS blue, maybe? Stifle the sniffles with this tissue box cover project. Just download the template, grab your yarn and needles, and cross-stitch your way to health. The simple instructions are easy to follow, and this neat tissue cover is affordable enough to make, you can also surprise your favorite Who fans. The Doctors all agree, this Call Box is exactly what the Doctor ordered.
How To Make a Red Felt Fez
The Fez is one of those hats that just seems to make people smile, while being subtle and unassuming. Create your own Fez to match that nifty bow tie, then go out and brave the Universe, no TARDIS required. Just follow the step by step instructions using basic crafting materials. Basic sewing skills are necessary, but this project can be sewn by hand for those who don’t own a machine. This craft can be finished in an afternoon, giving you plenty of time to meet your Whovian friends at the pub, and raise a pint or two. Allons-y!!
Doctor Who Alien Tree Skirt
If your Christmas decorating just isn’t complete without a few aliens, this is the tree skirt for you! Simply follow the step by step instructions and drape your evergreen in a striking TARDIS blue and crisp white skirt guaranteed to draw the eye. This tutorial provides links to templates, with clear instructions to make this project, with handy tips thrown in along the way. This timey wimey craft can be made for about ten bucks or less if you are using recycled fabric pieces.
It really is bigger on the inside! This very cool closet makeover will thrill any Whovian. The detailed instructions in this pictorial are easy to follow, and filled with tips and tricks to save money and create a cleaner look. By following the tutorial, this project will renovate any space with Whovian flair, in very little time, and involving NO major construction. When your call box closet is finished, it will be the perfect place to store your fezzes, hats, scarves, and bow ties.
DIY Adipose Plush
These adorable little aliens will add a dash of cuteness wherever they are found. This simple step by step pictorial will teach you how to make one of your own, and requires only basic sewing skills. The free template download will ensure you get the right measurements, and the easy to understand pictorial will make creating your very own Adipose a breeze. This version is about 17 cm tall finished, but you can enlarge the template for a larger plushie. These are so cute; you’ll want to make a few to give as gifts as well.
Dr. Who Inspired Bow Tie Necklace
Bow ties are cool. With this easy to follow pictorial, you can make a more feminine version using a few materials. We all have a broken necklace or two we just can’t bear to part with, and here is a great way to recycle them. This cool tutorial will have you rocking your bow tie necklace in no time. Just make sure you make enough for your friends, because they will definitely want one.
DIY Dr. Who Rug
This boldly striped rug is not what it seems. This incredibly subtle Whovian decoration is a bright welcome to any fan of the show, while maintaining its useful, everyday functionality. Cleverly painted to look like a handmade scarf, no knitting needles are needed to create the effect. This is a great way to recycle mismatched bits of yarn and leftover paints. All it takes is an afternoon to save the Universe and our own planet with this wonderful project, or simply brighten your entryway.
Don’t Blink Weeping Angel Recycled Barbie
If you have an old Barbie doll, a hot glue gun and a undying love for all things Dr. Who you can make your very own Weeping Angel using this great tutorial. The finished product is absolutely stunning, and only basic crafting skills are needed! Step by step pictorial instructions show you exactly how to recreate these creepy characters from the beloved BBC series. This project takes a bit of time to finish, but it absolutely worth the wait.
Dr. Who Stepping Stones
These stepping stones will pave the way to adventure in your own yard. The easy to follow instructions in this pictorial will teach you step by step where to find and how to press these Gallifreyan symbols into the uncured concrete. Using ordinary household items, this project is cost efficient and produces a subtle salute to the longest running sci-fi show in television history.
Bleached Image Tee
There’s nothing more comfortable than your favorite tee, and nothing more disappointing than when you have to admit it has seen better days. Instead of retiring your cozy cotton comfort, you can upcycle it into this great bleached image tee. Just follow the step by step instructions, and for less than 5 bucks, you can give your old shirt new life. The tutorial recommends a dark colored shirt for best effect. Download one of the hundreds of free templates from the web, or freehand your own, for a one of a kind shirt proclaiming your undying devotion to the Doctor of your choice.
TARDIS Mason Jar Snow Globe
This is the perfect project for a rainy day and a house full of kids. The step by step tutorial is simple to follow, and most of the materials can be found around the house. Experiment with different size figurines and jars to create snow globes that are one of a kind. This craft is inexpensive to make, and the wonder in the eyes of a child seeing their TARDIS float through a glittery whirlwind of space dust is priceless.
TARDIS Phone Case Tutorial
Quite possibly one of the easiest and cheapest DIY Dr. Who projects out there, this phone case is phenomenal. The full instructions are given in step by step pictorial, so it’s never been simpler showing off your Whovian pride. Using inexpensive materials, your cell can sport a TARDIS in minutes. This project makes a great gift for any Dr. Who fan!
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Whovians come in all shapes and sizes, with different jobs and interests, but there is one thing we all share in common, our passion for The Doctor! If you have a Whovian in your life, finding the perfect gift can be tough, but here is a list of some fantastic Whovian approved gifts, including some brand new items celebrating Jodie Whittaker as the new Doctor!
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THE WHOVIAN WHO LOVES MORE THAN CUSTARD AND FISHSTICKS
Dining With The Doctor? Why yes, please! Here are some of our favourite Doctor Who cookbooks and one that is all about bar drinks for the ultimate Whovian party!
Tea time is very important. Make sure you are doing it up perfect for the Doctor with these teapots and cups. We always want to be prepared for a cuppa with the Doctor!
Doctor Who silicone moulds, because we can never have too many silicone moulds for projects, and the cutest, time traveling spatulas you have ever seen!
Doctor Who TARDIS lights to brighten up your travels.
FOR THE WHOVIAN WHO LOVES A GOOD SNUGGLE UP AND NAP
A variety of comfy PJ pants, slippers and bathrobes. Because one always must rest between great adventures!
FOR THE STUDENT WHOVIAN WORKING HARD TO STUDY TIMEY WHIMEY
Journals, a Whovian can never have enough journals to document their dreams and travels!
The perfect lunch box for eating on the run, like when the Doctor shows up and invites you into the TARDIS. And the retro feel of this box? AMAZING!
And backpacks and totes that are bigger on the inside!
FOR THE LITERARY WHOVIAN WHO KNOWS WE ARE ALL A STORY IN THE END
THE CREATIVE WHOVIANS WILL LOVE THESE
For the Whovian who loves a little calming down time with coloring book, both of these are must haves. They are on my wish list!
FOR THE GAMER WHOVIANS WHO KNOW IT’S ALL ABOUT THE CHALLENGE AND HAVING FUN
FOR THE COLLECTOR WHOVIAN WHO LOVES THEIR KEEPSAKES
I love my POP! Funkos!!!
WANT TO MAKE SOMETHING SPECIAL? OR HAVE A CRAFTY WHOVIAN?
Make your own TARDIS and Dalek crayons
Create a treat you know they will love Doctor Who Gummy Candies!
Glow In The Dark Jello TARDIS
THAT TRULY UNIQUE WHOVIAN SPECIALTY ITEM
Looking for something truly unique? These pendants and keychains have been hand forged, using traditional methods that go back thousands of years. Fire, hammer and anvil, these were forged by an artisan blacksmith. They were then fire painted, a technique that brings natural color to the metal.
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