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I started thinking about some of the weird stuff that is (or has been, given that they ejected a large chunk of the TARDIS in Castrovalva) canonically in the TARDIS. 

So far, I've thought of:

The console room
Miles of corridors
At least four bedrooms (given that Turlough moves into Adric's room, there's probably not more than that close to the console rooms)
A cricket pavilion (and therefore, presumably, a cricket pitch)
A swimming pool
I'm sure there's been mention of a kitchen at some point.
A huge wardrobe

What have I forgotten?

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On January 20th, 2010 05:29 pm (UTC), rhube commented:
The Cloisters (as seen in Logopolis, and home to the Cloister Bell). The chunk they ejected in Castrovalva was one quarter, and included the Zero Room (a room of 'zero' interference, and regenerative properties). I've also seen a large warehouse-like room from an old Tom Baker episode taht had a lot of inner TARDIS time, but that was many years ago, and I con't remember what it was (beyond just being a change from 'corridors'). There's also the room that contains the 'eye of harmony' of the TARDIS, from the TV Movie. Although that seems to be located under the console, now, as Rose was able to look into it, there.

I've never seen or heard of a kitchen, but in early Doctor Who, they had a machine that made food somewhere that appeared to be a part of the (ratehr large) console room of the time.

That's all I got, though.

Edited at 2010-01-20 05:30 pm (UTC)
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On January 20th, 2010 05:31 pm (UTC), rhube replied:
Ooo! Never seen a cricket Pavilion, but there was that room in which the Fifth Doctor found his cricketing gear. I always just took that to be 'a' room. It didn't appear to be the wardrobe, but it did contain a number of things from his previous incarnations (such as the second Doctor's recorder).
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On January 20th, 2010 05:51 pm (UTC), 87_degrees replied:
It was in Castrovalva. It had benches and hooks and loads of cricketing gear and stuff and looked very much like the inside of a cricket pavilion.

The record was just lying around in the corridor next to a mirror.

I don't think the kitchen was ever shown but I'm sure there was a conversation where someone commented about the Doctor burning dinner.

I'd forgotten about the Eye room. Clearly my mind is blanking out the TV movie.
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On January 20th, 2010 06:00 pm (UTC), rhube replied:
Ah, I took that not to be a cricketing pavilion, as it had a whole bunch of other stuff in too - the mirror and other stuff were outside it - it looked just like a room, to me.

And FOR SHAME to your mind for blanking out teh TVM ;-p

Edited at 2010-01-20 06:00 pm (UTC)
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