Dedicated to the big screen, The London Film Museum Covent Garden hosts regular film-themed exhibitions. From 21 March 2014, the Bond in Motion Exhibition takes up residency: this is the largest collection of official James Bond vehicles ever to be displayed in London. The exhibition also includes models, production art and props.
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Top 5 reviews of The London Film Museum: Covent Garden
If you're a Bond enthusiast, then this is a must see when in London and if you're like me and have seen every single Bond movie released, then you'll be in seventh heaven upon entering this exhibit. It's fantastic from the perspective of this film geek to see the collection of cars from the movie, Q's gadgets and the famed Walther PPK. Plus, behind-the-scenes photos and other gadgets from... more
Fantastic collections of James Bond's Cars.
If you've seen any of the movies, must be cars for you to see. more
The London Film Museum was founded in 2008 and it is dedicated to the British film industry. The museum opened in its current location in Covent Garden in 2012. Since 2014, the museum has been dedicated to the Bond in Motion. I am not a James Bond fanatic but I enjoy the movies and I was very impressed by the collection of cars, props, music, posters, videos, and other memorabilia which was... more
I'm a Bond enthusiast. I look forward to and see all the movies and, yes, even owned a white dinner jacket for a while when I was a younger version of myself. So, when I heard about the James Bond in Motion exhibit featuring 20+ movie cars, boats, planes, his Walther PPK gun, spy gadgets and other cool stuff, well, there I went!
I liked it. Movie clips accompanied the cars in action in the... more
The London Film Museum is essentially the James Bond Museum, with the "Bond in Motion" exhibits occupying the vast majority of the space.
It is a rather small museum though, and even if you take the time to look at every detail, one to two hours will be more than enough.
The main exhibits are the hot cars that 007 gets to drive, as well as a few other cool surprises - remember the car that... more