What can I expect from Back In Time Exhibition?
You will have the chance to get up close to a wide collection of original items used on the set of the Back To The Future trilogy, including the DeLorean Time Machine, costumes, storyboards, set pieces, and more. You will also learn production secrets through multimedia content. Not mentioning the multiple interactive displays that will allow you to literally step into Marty McFly’s shoes and take iconic photos. You will also find a creativity room where you can draw your own time machine or just colour in a Delorean, and then stick it to the wall. The exhibition will be a fun experience for film fans, children, and adults alike. The combination of memorabilia and interactive items will immerse you in the world of this iconic sci-fi film trilogy, giving you a new appreciation of all the elements that made it so unique.
Where is the experience located?
The event will take place at Camden Market Hawley Wharf, on the lower ground floor.
Does the experience take place in an indoor or outdoor venue?
The exhibition will be held in an indoor venue.
How long does the experience last?
The visit will take around 45 to 60 minutes.
Is it COVID secure and safe?
The experience is designed to be COVID safe. Hand sanitizer will be available at the venue and face masks are encouraged, although not mandatory. The number of visitors per session will be monitored and limited to reduce sanitary risks. Staff will be present throughout to ensure a safe experience for all.
Is there air conditioning?
The exhibition space is well ventilated, despite not having air conditioning.
Is the experience accessible for deaf people?
Yes, the experience is accessible for deaf people as all audio content will be subtitled.
What accessibility options do we have for someone visually impaired?
There will be audio guides available to all visitors, which will help make the experiences more accessible to visually impaired visitors.
How do I prove my disability?
At the reception desk, the disabled person will be asked for an official document proving their disability such as a blue badge, a letter for PIP, a doctor's letter or other official documents
Will there be strobe lights?
Yes, there will be occasional strobe lighting. Please speak to a member of staff if you would like to have more information on where such lighting will be.
Will food and beverage be available on site for purchase?
No food and beverage will be available on site for purchase. VIP admissions will receive a complimentary drink in addition to gift bag and skip-the-queue.
Can I take photos or record the experience?
Feel free to take photos without flash and share them. When taking photos, please make sure not to disturb other customers. Professional equipment, flash photography, and tripods are not permitted.
Are there chairs available? Can I be seated during the experience/exhibition?
Seating is only provided in certain areas of the exhibition. If you have a condition that requires you to sit, please email us prior to your visit at firstname.lastname@example.org
so we can make arrangements.
Will restrooms be available on site?
Yes, the restrooms will be available via stairs and elevators.
Do I need to wear a mask?
For the safety and comfort of everyone, masks are recommended within the experience but not compulsory.
Do I need to arrive at the start of my scheduled session?
It is recommended that you arrive within the time stated on your ticket, but you can arrive within the next 10 minutes.
What happens if I arrive late?
For the safety of our visitors, we will limit the number of visitors per hourly session. If you arrive more than 10 minutes late to your scheduled session, you will have to wait until the next session, provided that it is not sold out. Priority will be given to the ones who arrive on time to their assigned session.
Can I bring animals?
The only animals allowed on site are service dogs.
Are service dogs allowed?
Yes, service dogs are allowed.
Is there an age requirement?
No, the exhibition is suitable for children (and adults) of all ages.
Is the venue compliant with UK accessibility law?
Yes, the exhibition is wheelchair accessible and complies with UK accessibility law. Disabled people can enter at a reduced rate and their carers enter free. If you do require special arrangements in relation to your disability, please contact email@example.com
prior to your visit. Please be prepared to show your DID or other official identification. We will do everything in our power to make this a pleasant experience for everyone.
Is there parking available?
Paid street parking is available close to the venue.
What if the weather is bad?
The exhibition is held indoors and will not be affected by the weather.
What are the prohibited items at the experience?
Flash photography, alcohol, or anything which may disturb the other patrons.
Are wheelchairs available to rent?
Unfortunately, we cannot offer wheelchairs for rent, but you can enter and see the exhibition with your own wheelchair.