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Bond In Motion to be displayed at International Spy Museum in Washington

By: Anders Frejdh
Published:
2024-02-13
Bond In Motion, Spy Museum, Washington
The American part of the world touring Bond In Motion exhibition has been moved to the International Spy Museum in Washington where it opens on 1st March 2024. The exhibition in Washington, featuring 17 iconic pieces from the archives of EON Productions and The Ian Fleming Foundation, will be displayed until April 2025.

This is the eighth Bond In Motion exhibition, following the ones at London Film Museum, Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, Bond In Motion – No Time To Die at the National Motor Museum in the UK, Saratoga Automobile Museum in USA, Palais des Expositions at Heysel in Brussels, and Křižík Pavilions in Prague.

The cars, helicopters, motorbikes, planes and submarines will be surrounded by props, models, set photos and gadgets from the James Bond movies.



Tickets for the Bond In Motion exhibit in Washington can be purchased via the museum website.

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