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EXHIBITION EXTENDED DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND



featuring the 'CARS OF SPECTRE' EXHIBIT

Bond in Motion presents a new display called The Cars of SPECTRE from November 18th 2015. The Cars of SPECTRE is the first UK exhibition of vehicles, props, models and costumes from the latest film release, including amongst others, James Bond’s Aston Martin DB10, villain Hinx’s Stunt Jaguar C-X75, and Franz Oberhauser’s Rolls Royce Wraith.

 The Cars of Spectre is free to enter as part of the current Bond in Motion entry price.
Tickets are available at the venue box office daily.

Museum closure notice: 11th November all day closure.


THE EXHIBITION


The Largest Official Collection
of Original James Bond Vehicles



Bond in Motion is the official exhibition of James Bond vehicles that feature in the renowned film series. It is the largest display of its kind ever staged in London. 

James Bond first hit the big screen in 1962, when Ian Fleming’s 007 was introduced to cinema audiences around the world as the double o agent in Dr No. Half a century and six Bonds later, the franchise is now one of the longest running in cinema history.
 
In the main exhibition space the numerous vehicles on display include the archetypal Bond car, the Aston Martin DB5, Goldfinger’s majestic Rolls-Royce Phantom III and the unforgettable Lotus Esprit S1 submersible from The Spy Who Loved Me. Displayed alongside less predictable 007 modes of transport such as the Citroën 2CV and the Crocodile Submarine the exhibit also includes a variety of aircraft, boats and motorcycles.

These creative action vehicles play a pivotal role in all 23 movies and continue to propel James Bond to the cutting-edge of cinematic espionage. There are no replicas - every vehicle exhibited is an original used for filming. The majority are loaned from the archive of EON Productions who produce the movies and the Ian Fleming Foundation who have located and restored many of the vehicles.
 
The upper mezzanine features several examples of the creative process of the production company’s art department - never-before-seen concept art and storyboards.

Bond In Motion displays both the adrenalin-pumping high performance machinery and the unique 007 defining inventions that are essential to the continuing James Bond story.
 
 


 







BEHIND THE SCENES


EXCLUSIVE exhibition VIDEO


Watch an exclusive behind-the-scenes video from the launch of the Bond In Motion exhibition with Bond producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli at the London Film Museum.
 



 

 


BUY TICKETS


VISITOR INFORMATION


TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE VENUE BOX OFFICE DAILY

Tickets can be purchased in advance by following the link below.
Should there be a queue on the day of your visit these tickets will give you priority entrance. 


Museum notice: 11th November all day closure.


 

 


TICKET PRICES

Represents standard admission prices.

 

Full price - £14.50

Child Ticket - [5-15years] £9.50

Concession Ticket - £9.50
[Students, 65 + and freedom pass holders]

Family Ticket - £38

Under 5 - Free

 

GIFT TICKETS AVAILABLE.

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE



Audio Tour - £5

Group Bookings
For group offers please contact emma@londonfilmmuseum.com 
0207 836 4913

Educational Information
For full detail, click here


 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Last Entrance is 1 hour before closing time.

Disabled Guests 
There is good access with entrance from street level and a lift to all areas of the museum. Disabled guests are entitled to free entry for a carer.

Photography
Personal photography is allowed but note that there is no flash photography.
 
 


 


MONDAY-SUNDAYS
10am - 6pm (last entry 5pm)
 
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK *
*Please check website for special event announcements as these may result in the Museum being closed.
 
SATURDAYS
10am - 7pm (last entry 6pm)
 


VISIT MUSEUM


LONDON FILM MUSEUM COVENT GARDEN



We are located at: 45 Wellington Street, Covent Garden, London WC2E 7BN, England

TRAIN CONNECTIONS

The nearest Train station is Charing Cross. Also Waterloo Station is located approximately a 15 minute walk away over Waterloo Bridge.

 

For information on National Rail services from these stations please visit the National Rail website or else call 08457 48 49 50.


 

London UNDERGROUND

The nearest tube stations are:

- Leicester Square (Northern and Piccadilly Lines)
- Charing Cross (Bakerloo and Northern Line)
- Covent Garden (Piccadilly Line)
*Please note Covent Garden station is exit only until November 2015 


 

Bus connectionS

The nearest bus route is the RV1 that stops on Russell Street approximately one minute away from the museum. Other bus routes that stop within a short walking distance of the museum include: 1, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 19, 23, 24, 25, 26, 29, 38, 55, 59, 69, 73, 77A, 91, 98, 134, 139, 168, 171, 172, 176, 188, 242, 243, 34 and X68.


PARKING INFORMATION

'Q-Park is the London Film Museums preferred parking partner. Their Chinatown car park is only 8 minutes’ walk from the museum and has recently undergone a 2.5 million pound refurbishment. The car park benefits from secure vehicle and pedestrian entrance, improved lighting, CCTV, manned 24hr patrols, lifts, free buggy hire, shoe shine machines and improved customer toilet facilities. Visitors to the museum can pre-book their parking before their visit and benefit from a 10% discount using the code “lfm” when making their booking. To find out more information or make a booking clink on the link www.q-park.co.uk



 


MONDAY-SUNDAYS
10am - 6pm (last entry 5pm)
 
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK *
*Please check website for special event announcements as these may result in the Museum being closed.
 
SATURDAYS
10am - 7pm (last entry 6pm)
 


VISIT MUSEUM


Frequently Asked Questions



You can find commonly asked questions below, click arrow to expand this section


What is in the museum?
The entire museum is dedicated to Bond in Motion featuring the Cars of Spectre, the largest official collection of original James Bond vehicles. There are no other films represented at present.
What’s new in the exhibition?
 We have recently launched the Cars of Spectre, featuring cars and props from Spectre (the latest Bond film). This has its own dedicated area within Bond in Motion and is included in your ticket price.
How long is the exhibition staying for?
 Bond in Motion is a permanent exhibition with no end date currently. Tickets are available to purchase for all dates in 2016.
What are your opening hours?
Our opening hours are:
Monday- 10am-6pm (last entry 5pm)
Tuesday- 10am-6pm (last entry 5pm)
Wednesday- 10am-6pm (last entry 5pm)
Thursday- 10am-6pm (last entry 5pm)
Friday- 10am-6pm (last entry 5pm)
Saturday- 10am-7pm (last entry 6pm)
Sunday- 10am-6pm (last entry 5pm)

Please be advised that we sometimes have private events and will close for the day/or early. Please always check the website in advance of visiting for these notifications.
What are your ticket prices?
 Under 5’s- Free
Child (15 and under)- £12.50
Concession (students, OAP’s (65 +), freedom pass holders
Adult- £14.50
Disabled – relevant full price ticket with free access to a carer
Do you have to pre-book?
 You do not have to pre-book tickets. You are able to purchase these on the door on the day of your visit.
I’ve pre-ordered my ticket but would like to change the date. Is this possible?
Please call the relevant ticketing agent:
Ticketmaster (link through the website)
0844 844 0444 / 0333 321 999 365
tickets - 0901 8100 365
Encore tickets- 020 7492 1500
My ticket says an entry time of 10am or 1pm, do I have to arrive at this time?
If your ticket says 10am you may enter anytime between 10am and 1pm
If your ticket says 1pm you may enter anytime between 1pm and 5pm.
How do I get to the museum?
The museum is located just off Covent Garden piazza. The closest tube station is Covent Garden- a short 2 minute walk away. Please refer to google maps for full details.
Is there any Parking?
Yes, there is on street parking outside the museum. This is done on a pay at meter system. Covent Garden is an extremely popular area of London so parking cannot be guaranteed.
How long should I allow for my visit?
We suggest that you should allow at least an hour to visit all areas of the museum.
Is the museum wheelchair friendly?
Yes
Can I take photographs?
Photography and filming for personal use are allowed, unless a sign indicates otherwise. Flash photography and tripods are not permitted.
Are pushchairs, baby backpacks, rucksacks, and mobility scooters allowed in the museum?
Yes
Is the Museum child friendly?
The museum is very child and baby friendly; there are baby-changing facilities in the exhibition gallery toilet. Make sure you pick up one of our children’s worksheets at the box office!
Are dogs welcome?
Assistance dogs are permitted.
Do you have and can I rent an audio guide?
Yes, these can be purchased at the box office.
My digital photo still hasn’t been received. What do I do?
Please e-mail supervisor@londonfilmmuseum.com
Is there a gift shop?
Yes there is a fully stocked gift shop where Bond products can be purchased. Anything from dvd’s, t-shirts, mugs, keyrings etc.
Is there somewhere to buy refreshments?
We have a café that sells a selection of hot and cold drinks, cakes, confectionary and snacks.
My question isn’t listed here?
If your question hasn’t been answered here then please call us on 0207 836 4913 or else email info@londonfilmmuseum.com.


REVIEWS


" BOND IN MOTION IN YOUR WORDS ..."



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"cultural identity"

The London Film Museum’s exhibition offers a chance to get up close and personal with some of the fantastic cars that have been a part of our lives and our cultural identity for 50 years. Personally — forgive me for this — I expect to be both shaken and stirred’

Nick Curtis
The Evening Standard

"FIFTY YEARS of history"

The exposure is incredible, the atmosphere is impressive, there is a lot of history in a single place and the beauty of Bond is that they have always been real cars, real racing, there are no images created by computer, so you have fifty years of history in a building dedicated to Bond… you’re going to love it!

Ben Collins
Race Car Driver

"Treasure Trove"

The Bond in Motion exhibition at the London Film Museum is a treasure trove for all Bond fans.

David Walliams
Actor





 







BOND IN MOTION


MUSEUM SHOP


The Museum Shop sells a wide range of licensed James Bond products including Bond in Motion Souvenirs exclusive to the exhibition.





 


COVENT GARDEN


VENUE HIRE



The fantastic spaces within the Bond in Motion Exhibition at the London Film Museum are now available to hire for your event.


OPEN GALLERY
CLOSE GALLERY
Ideal for a reception or celebration, your guests will have the museum to themselves, surrounded by some of the most iconic vehicles in movie history.

The event team has over 25 years production experience and is on hand to see your event through from start to finish, equipped to advise you on everything from catering, lighting, visual and staffing.
For a private tour of the museum to see how original it is, please contact us on 020 7202 7043
 
 


 










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ABOUT THE MUSEUM CAREERS

LONDON FILM MUSEUM COVENT GARDEN


45 Wellington Street, Covent Garden, London WC2E 7BN, England

The BEGINNINGS

The London Film Museum is the only film museum of its kind in Great Britain, supporting the Film Industry and the talent within it. We are self supporting, reinvesting back into the museum and within the community, creating a number of local area initiatives that also form an important part of the school curriculum. The London Film Museum (previously The Movieum) was founded and created by Jonathan Sands in February 2008 following the success of Star Wars The Exhibition, which he co-promoted at the same venue the previous year. About 50% of the museum’s collection is from his private archive. Jonathan began his career as a commercial and advertising photographer, opening his own studio at the age of 17. He moved to the famous Elstree Film Studios as resident photographer in 1997 where he met Nicholas Harrison who owned a prop and events company called Weird and Wonderful.

Read More + Starting in 1998 Jonathan worked with Nick Harrison on special projects which included The Aliens Resurrection party at BAFTA and a grand event for the Prince of Malaysia on the set of Star Wars: Episode 1 – The Phantom Menace at Leavesden Studios. Sadly, Nick Harrison passed away at the age of 37, but his legacy lives on. Jonathan bought the collection and company in 2001 and built it up into a full service production company, creating attractions like The Seven Deadly Sins at Thorpe Park and the Chelsea Football Club Centenary Museum at Stamford Bridge. He was invited to help co-ordinate a tie-in at the Monaco Grand Prix between Lucasfilm and Red Bull, which included the transportation and installation of full size space-crafts, and the co-ordination of the actors in costume during the event.

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2006-2009

In 2006 Lucasfilm requested that the 30th Anniversary Exhibition be hosted in London and Jonathan was approached by the promoter to host the event at County Hall, where he had negotiated a short term license to present the exhibition. Star Wars -The Exhibition opened on May 4th 2007 and was a great success and voted Britain’s No1 family attraction by the Telegraph. Weird and Wonderful continued to service the film industry with props and set pieces but was falling victim to the CGI technologies which required less physical objects, coupled with a diminishing themed events market. When Star Wars closed and moved on in January 2008, Jonathan set about moving his entire collection into County Hall under the banner of The Movieum of London, which opened to a fantastic reception in February 2008, following the signing of a 25 year lease on 35,000 sq.ft of the first floor.

Read More + However, the team are determined to constantly improve the offering and to create a film museum that is worthy of flying the flag for  the industry and the individuals working within it. Everything is produced in-house and in a similar way to a film, from the initial concept, script, art direction, set construction, production and editing. In March 2008 Jonathan was introduced to Rick Senat, an ex-Senior Executive at Warner Bros. and a pillar within the British film industry. In March 2009, Rick became Chairman and Jonathan Chief Executive. Rick then formed the Movieum's Advisory Group which included David Robinson (Chaplin’s Biographer and well respected Film Critic), Leslie Hardcastle OBE, (creator of MOMI), Linda Ayton (Fred Zinnemann’s P.A.) and Professor Ian Christie (Birkbeck University of London).The first two key decisions to be passed by the new Advisory Group were the rebranding of the name to London Film Museum and to create the Chaplin Exhibition.

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2010-PRESENT

In January 2010 The Movieum officially changed its name to the London Film Museum and embarked on curating a number of exhibitions that included Charlie Chaplin - The Great Londoner and Ray Harryhausen, Myths & Legends. With the South Bank location having attracted many thousands of visitors over the 6 years, the lease interest was finally sold to Merlin Entertainments in December 2013. In August 2010, property company Capital and Counties Plc began negotiations with the Directors to create a new London Film Museum as part of their plans in Covent Garden and planning permission was approved by Westminster City Council in November of the same year, paving the way for a multi million pound development of the former Flower Cellars, a 25,000 sq.ft facility to build alongside the famous all new Balthazar restaurant.

Read More + The new State of the art facility opened its doors on April 21st 2012 with an iconic exhibition called Magnum on Set, with images by Magnum photographers taken on the sets of films such as 'The Seven Year Itch', 'Rebel Without A Cause', 'Moby Dick' and 'Zabriskie Point'. The photographs – which include Eve Arnold's shots of Marilyn Monroe and Robert Capa's images of Ingrid Bergman, Billy Wilder and John Huston. In January 2014, production began on the Bond in Motion exhibition in partnership with Eon Productions opening a new chapter in the London Film Museum's history.

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LONDON FILM MUSEUM CAREERS


45 Wellington Street, Covent Garden, London WC2E 7BN, England

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CONTACT


CONTACT US OR JUST SAY HELLO!



Should you have any questions please feel free to call us on
0207 836 4913 or email any of us at the addresses below.


General Enquiries
info@londonfilmmuseum.com
0207 836 4913
Group Bookings
emma@londonfilmmuseum.com
0207 836 4913
Event Enquiries
info@lfmevents.com
0207 202 7043





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PLACE TO ENJOY


MUSEUM COFFEE SHOP


Relax and enjoy superb freshly roasted coffee served up by our in house Barista and a range of cakes, chocolates and ice creams.




 

 
 


Based in the heart of Covent Garden, London, the team at the LFE has over 15 years of industry experience. This experience is derived both from events and an involvement in film production. Consequently, we have a unique blend of creative flair and knowledge that helps us to conceptualise highly original visitor experiences and execute all ideas from start to finish.

Our close connection with the London Film Museum means we have worked with them for many years and our extensive knowledge of the venues means that if you are hosting an event with them we can really help you to get the most out of the spaces. We also regularly put our expertise to use in other venues and are available to work throughout the UK and Europe. We have recently worked in venues such as The Dorchester Hotel, Excel, Claridges, Earls Court, The Grovesnor House and Olympia. 

Should you commission the services of our production department we can allocate you a designer to help you create a unique and unforgettable event. Your designer can help you with every stage of the production - right from the initial design through to the event itself where we will ensure that every element is carried through in minute detail to ensure a slick, stress-free and unforgettable event. Alternatively, all our equipment can be dry hired along with a technician/crew as required - we can be involved in the creative process and execution of your production as much or as little as suits each client.


 


LIGHTNING SOUND STAGE DESIGN FURNITURE RENTAL AND PROP HIRE
Whatever the occasion, lighting is extremely important. It can be used to transform a simple conference into a beautiful setting or add to the excitement of a huge award ceremony. The right lighting sets the mood for an event. The team at LFE has done the lighting at a huge range of functions and thus has the ability to ensure that the lights at your event really make a difference.

With this large amount of experience we are also happy to make lighting suggestions that will enhance your event.

Whether you need a simple PA installation for a small gathering or the equipment for a full-blown function, LFE have the experience and technology at their disposal to ensure that the audio at your event is of an exceptionally high standard. All of our team have a wealth of knowledge which enables them to select the equipment best suited to your requirements.

We have extensive contacts in the industry and so have the opportunity to work with some of the very best sound engineers in the business. We are also able to source all the latest technology should our own not be ideal for a particular event. We fully appreciate that whatever the size of your event it cannot succeed if the sound is not of the highest standard and we are therefore passionate about working hard to deliver the very best.

We have the ability to provide you with anything from a simple, blank-canvass stage to a beautiful,
complicated design that can be a focal point of your event.

Whatever your vision may be, our production designers will ensure that the stage does not disappoint.

The company can offer a large variety of furniture. Whatever style you wish to furnish your event in, LFE will be able to provide the necessary fittings. To further compliment your event, the company also has a large collection of props ready to hire.

These include everything from vintage movie lights to medieval statues, many of which are original and rare props from some of the biggest films. You can take advantage of the amazing collection to create a unique, interesting and exciting themed event. Alternatively, all props can be dry hired- take your pick of the extensive stock to put an appealing finishing touch to your event.







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