Bond in Motion — James Bond cars from the movies (Mar 2014)

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London Film Museum, 45 Wellington Street, Covent Garden, London 51.512374 -0.121194
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Note: The museum is closed on Thursdays except from 30th May to 3rd June, 19th July to 2nd September, and 17th October to 28th October
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Adult £14.50; Child £9.50; Family £38. See londonfilmmuseum.com
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The London Film Museum has turned over their entire museum space to the Bond in Motion exhibition, which houses the largest collection of James Bond vehicles ever assembled.

And these cars aren't fakes, or props -- these are the actual cars, motorbikes and copters that were used in the movies. And there are loads of them! The place practically looks like an underground car park filled with very flashy motors. And next to each car is a little film clip of the relevant movie so you can enjoy their scenes all over again.

Amongst the iconic cars on display are Bond's original Aston Martin DB5, the majestic Rolls-Royce Phantom III from Goldfinger, and the white Lotus Esprit S1 from The Spy Who Loved Me (Roger Moore's submarine car which could go underwater -- do you remember that one?).

There is also a selection of small copters, motorbikes and boats -- including the one that Pierce Brosnan drove out of the side of the MI6 Building.

The only car missing is the invisible one from Die Another Day (but maybe it's there and you just can't see it?).

Craig has been to see this exhibition a couple of times himself, and you might like to read his review before you go.

 

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