London Film Museum Exhibition Space

Museums, History Covent Garden
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The Jaguar XKR on location in Iceland.


Pierce Brosnan riding the Ski-doo


007's AcroStar jet stops to fuel up at a gas station. The world's smallest jet boasts a top speed of 496 Km/h and a ceiling of 9000 m.


Bond's underwater Lotus Esprit

 (Francois Duhamel)
Francois Duhamel

Bond (Daniel Craig) chases after Patrice through the crowded streets in Adana, Turkey


Aston Martin Vanquish on location in Iceland


Diamonds Are Forever Hero Honda 3-Wheeler


Bond (Roger Moore) attempts to escape by jumping from his horse to his Rolls Royce


Q (Desmond Llewelyn) demonstrates Little Nellie to Bond (Sean Connery)


The Green Jaguar from Die Another Day outside the London Film Museum.

Petrol heads, start your engines. ‘Bond In Motion’, an exhibition of swanky vehicles from the James Bond films, has become a permanent feature at  London Film Museum’s Covent Garden showroom. On display are cars, boats, motorbikes, sleds and jets including the Rolls-Royce Phantom III from ‘Goldfinger’ (1964), the Aston Martin DB5 from ‘GoldenEye’ (1995) and ‘Wet Nellie’ the underwater Lotus Esprit S1 from ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’ (1977). The display also features action sequence boards, vehicle concept art, props and miniature models including the 1/3 scale model of AgustaWestland’s AW101 helicopter used during  the filming of Skyfall ( 2012). Queue jump tickets are available online in advance.


Venue name: London Film Museum Exhibition Space
Address: 45 Wellington St
Transport: Tube: Covent Garden
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Louise H

I loved this! Definitely worth it for Bond fans. It is much larger downstairs than it looks, and they have set up cars from the main sequences from the films. The scene plays in the background, showing how the car starred. If you're stumping up for the (expensive!) entrance ticket I would definitely get the audio guide as well- well worth the extra cash to hear the stunt driver perspective and glean extra information. Highly recommended if the price doesn't put you off.