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Fast-track Bond in Motion - London Film Museum Covent Garden

by London Film Museum Duration 1d Free cancellation available No booking or credit card fees
per traveler Price is $13
Pricing based on group of 4 travelers

Step into the world of espionage with dashing 007 himself—that's Bond. James Bond. Admire the largest official collection of original James Bond vehicles, including the unforgettable Lotus Espirit S1 submersible from The Spy Who Loved Me, and get up close to unique 007 spy gadgets.

Skip the line to immerse yourself in the fictional world of James Bond, an agent in the Secret Intelligence Service commonly known as MI6, at the “Bond in Motion” exhibit, which spotlights a half-century of the character's history.

Marvel at the numerous vehicles on display, including Bond's famous Aston Martin DB5, Goldfinger's majestic Rolls-Royce Phantom III, and the remarkable Lotus Esprit S1 submersible from The Spy Who Loved Me. The exhibition also includes a variety of aircraft, boats, and motorcycles. Learn the stories behind each vehicle and their crucial role in the movies.

To end your visit on a high note, visit the art department section to see never-before-seen footage, concept art, and storyboards.

Step into the world of espionage with dashing 007 himself—that's Bond. James Bond. Admire the largest official collection of original James Bond vehicles, including the unforgettable Lotus Espirit S1 submersible from The Spy Who Loved Me, and get up close to unique 007 spy gadgets.

Skip the line to immerse yourself in the fictional world of James Bond, an agent in the Secret Intelligence Service commonly known as MI6, at the “Bond in Motion” exhibit, which spotlights a half-century of the character's history.

Marvel at the numerous vehicles on display, including Bond's famous Aston Martin DB5, Goldfinger's majestic Rolls-Royce Phantom III, and the remarkable Lotus Esprit S1 submersible from The Spy Who Loved Me. The exhibition also includes a variety of aircraft, boats, and motorcycles. Learn the stories behind each vehicle and their crucial role in the movies.

To end your visit on a high note, visit the art department section to see never-before-seen footage, concept art, and storyboards.

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Fast-track Bond in Motion - London Film Museum Covent Garden

Activity Location

London Film Museum

45 Wellington Street Covent Garden

London WC2E 7BN

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  • London Film Museum

    45 Wellington Street Covent Garden

    London WC2E 7BN


Highlights

  • The largest official James Bond vehicle collection in London

  • Fast entry for more time with Bond memorabilia & spy gadgets

  • Superb exhibit featuring cars like Goldfinger's Rolls-Royce

  • A paradise for Bond fans with unique 007 inventions

  • Never-before-seen storyboards & double agent scenes


Inclusions

  • Skip-the-line admission to London Film Museum Covent Garden


Know Before You Book

  • Children 5 and younger are complimentary.

  • This venue is wheelchair accessible.

  • Hours of operation are 10 AM–6 PM everyday. The last admission is 1 hour before closing.


Fast-track Bond in Motion - London Film Museum Covent Garden ratings based on 86 Verified Reviews

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4.5 out of 5

3/5 Apr 11, 2019

Im Museum war so gut wie gar nichts los... bevorzugter Eintritt also nicht nötig. Unsere Voucher konnte das Personal nicht lesen/scannen. Weil nichts los war durften wir auf "Vertrauensbasis" rein. Die Ausstellung ist in 15 min betrachtet. In unseren Augen leider keine lohnenswerte Ausgabe. Aber das bleibt unterm Strich ja Geschmachsache.