Excursion to the filming locations of James Bond
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Ian Fleming created one of the most globally famous characters who introduced fashion and charisma to the world. On the James Bond Tour you have the opportunity to imagine yourself as a unique 007 agent as you visit the places where the franchise was filmed and rose to fame.
People automatically associate James Bond with London, however the capital did not figure in the Bond- mania before the history of the Golden Eye; it was not until then that London has undoubtedly become the headquarters of the most charming secret agent in the history of literature and cinema.
On guided pedestrian and car excursions, you will visit various familiar locations such as Whitehall Street, where the scene of the chase from the movie "007: Coordinates "Skyfall" was filmed. You will also see the Mi-6 building, that is the Secret Intelligence Service of Great Britain.
The ‘Bond In Motion’ exhibition at the London Film Museum presents the largest collection of original cars used during filming, which includes a new franchise film. Among the exhibits are: the Aston Martin DB5, Rolls-Royce Phantom III from the film "Goldfinger" and the Lotus Esprit S1, which turns into a submarine in the movie ‘Spy who loved me.’ The exhibition also features models Citroën 2CV and Crocodile Sub, a submarine disguised as a crocodile.
Adult ticket price is £14.50 and the price of a child’s ticket (5-15 years) is £9.50. These prices and hours of operation on the page are correct as of August 2017.
Separately, you can request a voyage (another duration) to the James Bond Museum in the Lake District National Park, Keswick, Cumbria. There you will see a number of Bond collections comprising of accessories used during filming that were purchased at auction by a private collector, Nelson.
In the museum you can see the Octopus from ‘The Octopus’, as well as the original copy of the golden pistol from ‘The Man with the Golden Pistol’. Another classic prop is the Ford Mustang from the movie ‘Diamonds Forever’, which the indefatigable collector is extremely proud of. In the museum in Keswick, there is also the "Lotus Esprit Turbo" from the movie ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’. A curious exhibit is the Soviet T-55 tank, in which Pierce Brosnan traveled as James Bond in the film Golden Eye.
information and prices are correct as of August 2017.
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