Bond In Motion, London

I’ve been a Bond fan for many years now and when I heard that there was a Bond exhibition in London, I just knew I would have to go and check it all out.

The exhibition is located in the London Film Museum at Covent Garden in London. It’s definitely worth checking out and features many cars from the James Bond movies. It’s described at the largest official collection of original James Bond vehicles.


The exhibition is located downstairs in the museum and is perfect for any Bond fan. It’s one thing seeing the cars in the movies, but there really is something special about seeing them in real life. Next to each car is a description about it and what movie it is from. Although when I saw each car I remembered right away where it was from.

Lotus Esprit S1, from The Spy Who Loved Me, 1977
Aston Martin DB5
My favorite ever Bond car. Aston Martin V8 Vantage Volante, from The Living Daylights, 1987
Rolls Royce Silver Cloud II, from a View To A Kill, 1985
Aston Martin V12 Vanquish, From Die Another Day 2002

The cars from Spectre now feature too




Props from the movies




No visit would be complete without checking out the gift shop.




I really enjoyed my visit and is a must for any Bond fan. Tickets can be bought in advance or on the door.

Ticket prices are: Adults £14.50, Child (5-15) £9.50, Concessions £9.50, Family £38. Under 5’s go for free.

Opening times Monday – Sunday 10am – 6pm. Saturday 10am – 7pm. Last entry is one hour before closing.

The London Film museum can be found at 45 Wellington Street, Covent Garden, London. Nearest tube is Covent Garden, although Leicester Square and Charing Cross are nearby too.


18 thoughts on “Bond In Motion, London

  1. Considering I’m not a major Bond fan – I’ll happily sit and watch the films if they’re on – this does look pretty cool! I know a few people who’d love to see this!

    Kayleigh x


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