As I mentioned before, the displays were heavily weighted towards the 11th doctor, and season 7 in particular. They had more props and items from season 7 - particularly the last half. The Doctor Who Experience opened in July 2012 and with the studio just down the street it would be easy to move chunks of the sets to the Experience.
So for my final post, here's a few of the exhibits...
Oswin, aka Souffle Girl, from Asylum of the Daleks. The dalek was on display, but her red dress was not (although all the signs were there).
Costumes from Dinosaurs on a Spaceship and a few Weeping Angels that may have been used in The Angels Take Manhatten.
From the The Snowman there were costumes for the Doctor and Clara, as well as the huge globe and surrounding machinery.
From Cold War there was the Ice Warrior with a part of the submarine.
The Crimson Horror gave us Mrs. Gillyflower's dress with Mr. Sweet and her "organ" which is next to a cyberman from Nightmare in Silver.
Also from Nightmare in Silver, the costume for Porridge and a chess set.
The Experience also had a mirrored section where you could learn to walk like a monster, showing how to move like a scarecrow and cyberman. Other items: makeup effects, concept artwork and photos, memoriabilia, the flag and rug from Nixon's office, and a panel of the Pandorica. Whew!
And when you're all done, you exit out into the gift shop. I really wanted one of the TARDIS teapots, but it would have been a hassle taking it back on the plane. I settled for a t-shirt and dalek notebook while the kids got sonic screwdrivers and minifigure sets.
Bottom line, if you're a fan of Doctor Who you'll love the Experience - especially with it being the 50th anniversary year. We thoroughly enjoyed it and it adds a who new layer of fun when we're watching episodes as we can point out things we saw. Give yourself at least two hours to spend here.