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Entertain The Family At London's Bond In Motion Exhibit

By: FSWL team
Bond in Motion, London Film Museum
To mark the 50th anniversary of You Only Live Twice, the 40th anniversary of The Spy Who Loved Me, and the 30th anniversary of The Living Daylights., the Bond in Motion exhibition at London Film Museum is extended with new special exhibits to entertain everyone in the family.

The Cars of Spectre at Bond in Motion in London
• Family activity days every Saturday throughout summer at the London Film Museum, Covent Garden
• Kids can create James Bond vehicles and film posters
• Exhibition features over 100 original items used in the James Bond films including vehicles, miniatures, artwork and storyboards

Bond in Motion at the London Film Museum is a fantastic family friendly exhibition located in the heart of London in Covent Garden. Every Saturday until 2 September 2017 visitors to the exhibition can participate in activity days specifically aimed at children.

Running from 11:00 to 15:00, children visiting the museum will be able to make Bond vehicles and posters with all materials provided free of charge.

With over 100 original items on display from the James Bond films including concept drawings, storyboards, scripts, model miniatures and full-size cars, boats and motorbikes, the exhibition has something for everyone. Many of the exhibits are accompanied by behind the scenes film clips explaining how the stunts were performed.

A pinball machine and PlayStation game located in the café area entertain children and adults alike. Attendees can even drive and race an Aston Martin in the specially developed Sony Gran Turismo driving experience.

Aston Martin DB5 used in GoldenEye 1995
London Film Museum Founder and CEO, Jonathan Sands said: “Bond in Motion has something for everyone, young and old. Our activity days have been really popular, we have received positive feedback from families who have taken part in the activities we offer during the school holidays.”

Activity sheets keep kids of all ages occupied while exploring the exhibition, and educational worksheets, which are printable from the education section on the website, make learning fun.

Those visitors wishing to discover more behind the scenes information can hire an audio tour narrated by James Bond stunt driver Ben Collins from the box office.

Aston Martin V12 Vanquish Bombardier  MXZ Rev Ski-doo from Die Another Day 2002
Dress up as James Bond and be photographed in front of the iconic gun barrel image.

Enter the best selfie from your visit and tag it with #BondInMotion to be in with a chance of winning a goodie bag in the photo competition monthly prize draw.

The London Film Museum is located at 45 Wellington Street, Covent Garden and is open seven days a week. Tickets are available from and

About Bond in Motion at the London Film Museum
Bond in Motion at the London Film Museum opened in March 2014. The exhibition, in association with EON Productions, has over 100 individual original items on display from all 24 James Bond Films including concept drawings, storyboards, scripts, model miniatures and full-size cars, boats, bikes and gyrocopters. Highlights include iconic cars such as the Aston Martin DB5 from GoldenEye (1995); the ‘Wet Nellie’ Lotus Esprit S1 from The Spy Who Loved Me (1977); the Rolls-Royce Phantom III from Goldfinger (1964); and the ‘Little Nellie’ Wallis WA-116 Agile Autogyro from You Only Live Twice (1967).

Little Nellie from the 1967 film You Only Live Twice
Lotus Esprit S1 Wet Nellie from The Spy Who Loved Me 1977
About Albert R. Broccoli’s EON Productions
EON Productions Limited and Danjaq LLC are wholly owned and controlled by the Broccoli/Wilson family. Danjaq is the US based company that co-owns, with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, the copyright in the existing James Bond films and controls the right to produce future James Bond films as well as all worldwide merchandising. EON Productions, an affiliate of Danjaq, is the UK based production company which makes the James Bond films. The 007 franchise has produced twenty-four films since 1962.

Editor's note:
Audio tours can be purchased at the box office, official gun barrel photos can be purchased onsite from the 007 Store.

Apart from all vehicles and items from the archive of EON Productions there's an additional 17 vehicles on display at Bond in Motion provided by The Ian Fleming Foundation.

More information about the James Bond film franchise can be found on the official website at



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