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For 2 years now the Bond In Motion exhibition has been at The London Film Museum, filling the floor with mesmerising vehicles, gadgets and various props. Earlier this year I went to see this exhibition and I was blown away by the extent of original vehicles inches away.
Situated in the heart of Covent Garden, The London Film museum is dedicated to bringing it's visitors a up close and exciting experience to do with all things film. The museum has a mezzanine level as well as the whole underground floor space for the main part of the exhibition, the industrial design of the being a perfect match for the Bond In Motion exhibition.
The Exhibition features a plethora of vehicles, gadgets and props from all 24 films including the newest edition spectre, with a special section dedicated to it. Behind each vehicle there is a large screen showing at which point in which film it appears. The Bond In Motion exhibition gives any Bond fanatic an insight into the pristine vehicles uses for each Bond film, (as well as some ruffed up ones used for stunts.) When you finish admiring the beautiful automobiles at the exhibition you will also have a chance to purchase some amazing James Bond merchandise at the exhibition shop. make sure you grab them whilst you can as these items are mostly only available at the exhibition shop!
All in all I highly recommend getting tickets for this outstanding exhibition, as it's a great opportunity for any Bond fans.
*Another plus to this exhibition is the ticket price, which is very in-expensive.
Full price - £14.50
Child Ticket - [5-15years] £9.50
Concession Ticket - £9.50
[Students, 65 + and freedom pass holders]
Family Ticket - £38
Under 5 - Free
I hope you enjoyed this review on The Bond In Motion exhibition.