James Bond has always been envied for his cars, and the Bond in Motion exhibition gives you the chance to see his impressive motor collection in person. Since making his screen debut in 1962, James Bond has been behind the wheel of some of the most beautifully-designed and technically advanced cars the world has seen, and they are celebrated here. The largest Bond memorabilia exhibition ever to be displayed in London, this family-friendly experience transforms the London Film Museum into a Bond shrine, perfect for fans of the film series and the car-crazies!
Guests will be able to get up-close-and-personal (not in!) some of Bond’s most famous drives, including the archetypal Aston Martin DB5, a Rolls-Royce Phantom III and the Lotus Esprit S1 from The Spy Who Loved Me, as well as some of the less stereotypical Bond-mobiles, including a Citroën 2CV and a submarine made to appear like a crocodile, seen in the film Octopussy.
On loan from the archive of EON Productions, the producers of all 23 Bond Movies, and the Ian Fleming Foundation (responsible for locating and restoring several of the vehicles on display), this exhibition celebrates the high performance machinery and the defining inventions from the hugely successful James Bond story and is not to be missed.
There is good access with entrance from street level and a lift to all access of the museum. Disabled guests are entitled to a free carer.
In order to gain entry you must present a printed copy of your voucher.
Bond In Motion is closed all Thursdays except for those between:
19th July - 2nd September
17th October - 28th October
Please exchange your voucher on arrival at the redemption point. Tickets are not timed – however over busy periods there may be some waiting time incurred.
Child is 5-15 years all children must be accompanied by an adult. Children aged under 5 go free.
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