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"007 Science: Inventing the World of James Bond"

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  • Museum of Science and Industry | Chicago, IL, Hyde Park
A james bond artifact
Photograph: Courtesy of Museum of Science and Industry

Time Out says

The Museum of Science and Industry debuts a new exhibit dedicated to the science and technology behind the world’s longest-running film franchise, James Bond. Fans can check out 13 vehicles and over 90 additional artifacts, including the prototype jetpack used in Thunderball, an MI6 Retina Scanner from GoldenEye and the Parahawk snowmobile hybrid from The World Is Not Enough. You’ll also be able to step into a lab space inspired by “Q” and test your skills developing the perfect vehicle for spy activities, designing stunts and more.


Museum of Science and Industry | Chicago, IL
5700 S Lake Shore Dr
Cross street:
at 57th St
Bus: 6, 15, 28, 55. Train: Metra Electric or South Shore Line to 55th, 56th and 57th Street.

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