BBC Worldwide has revealed the details of the official Doctor Who Festival, which will take place at London's ExCeL in November.
The Festival - which will be attended by the current Doctor, Peter Capaldi, and series show runner Steven Moffat - will offer fans an exclusive glimpse into how the world of Doctor Who is created.
Visitors will have access to an array of backstage areas including theatre shows where they can get up close and personal with key talent, interactive workshops where they can learn the television production process, as well as a Doctor Who shopping village for collector's merchandise and photo opportunities.
Peter Capaldi commented: "If having the world's favourite Time Lord back on screen every week isn't enough for you (and it's not for me), then The Doctor Who Festival in London is the place to be. I'll be heading there in November to join the fun and if it's anything like the 50th anniversary event, then prepare yourself for total Time Lord mania."
Steve Moffat added: "I can't believe we're going to give away our secrets. This is the closest you could possibly get to finding out what happens on set and how this magical show us put together."
The Doctor Who Festival will run from Friday, November 13th to Sunday, November 15th.
Ticket prices will start at £30 for a standard child ticket, ranging up to £285 for a TARDIS family ticket.
Ticket price includes day entry to the Festival, access to three theatre shows, lanyard, floor planner, wardrobe department, cosplayers showcase, the production village and the shop among other things. TARDIS tickets also include a brochure, lounge access, front block theatre show seats and a Doctor Who goodie bag.