One of the most important aspects of Doctor Who is the big blue box that takes The Doctor on all of his adventures. The TARDIS is not only a means of transportation throughout time and space, it’s also a living breathing entity that’s had more iterations than The Doctor himself.
For those of you who are new to Doctor Who, TARDIS stands for Time and Relative Dimensions in Space and it can have anything and everything The Doctor needs on any given adventure (it’s even rumored to have two swimming pools). The Doctor Who TARDIS design often changes from episode to episode depending on the needs of the show, but every few seasons there are massive changes that require an entirely new set. Now that you’re here, it’s time to vote on the best Doctor Who TARDIS designs.
Over its half century flying through space and time, the TARDIS interior has been glowing white and steampunk bronze, but one thing about the TARDIS that doesn’t change: it’s always bigger on the inside. Out of all the ships in science fiction, the TARDIS is definitely the coolest. The concept of a ship that continually changes along with the hero is a chance for set designers to shine.It’s the day you’ve been waiting for since the day you were born, it’s time to vote up your favorite interior design scheme of the TARDIS from Doctor Who.