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Highlights

  • The largest official collection of James Bond vehicles
  • No replicas, every single vehicle has appeared in the franchise
  • From the classic Aston Martin DB5 to the elusive Crocodile Submarine
  • The incredible display also includes aircraft, boats and motorcycles
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Traveller Details
Adult   $19.2919.29
Child  (under 15) $12.6412.64
Senior/Student   $12.6412.64
Family  (2 Adults + 2 Children or 1 Adult + 3 Children) $50.5450.54
Total $ 0.00

Description

A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and an absolute must for any true James Bond fan, Bond in Motion is the largest display of its kind ever to be staged in London. Featuring cars from movies such as Goldfinger and The Spy Who Loved Me, the display features no replicas – only vehicles actually used in filming are on show.

Ever since James Bond first hit the big screen in Dr No in 1962, the smooth secret agent has been known for his stylish taste in vehicles. From the archetypal Bond vehicle, the Aston Martin DB5 to the iconic Lotus Esprit S1 featured in The Spy Who Loved Me and Goldfinger’s slick Rolls-Royce Phantom III, this exhibit does not fail to impress.

Surprising elements in the collection include the Citreon 2CV and the Crocodile Submarine, as well as an display of aircraft boats and motorcycles. The upper floor of the exhibit features never-before-seen Bond concept art, insights into the creative process and storyboards.

This must-see exhibition is a delight for Bond and motoring fanatics alike, a celebration of the thrilling, high performance machinery and cutting edge technology that has propelled Bond to the truly iconic status he enjoys world-wide.

Additional Information

Inclusions:

  • Entrance to Bond in Motion at the London Film Museum
Exclusions:

  • Gratuities
Please Note:

  • The venue is disabled friendly.

Venue Information:
London Film Museum, 45 Wellington Street, Covent Garden, London WC2E 7BN.
Nearest Underground and Train Station: Covent Garden
 

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