Opening March 1, 2024
Official Logistics Partner
The International Spy Museum is proud to host this official exhibition of iconic vehicles, all used on-screen by 007 and his many allies and adversaries. While James Bond is a fictional character, he embodies the spirit of many real spies in this museum. These men and women, from around the world, were inspired by over six decades of the Bond film franchise and its enduring cultural influence.
Bond In Motion is a celebration of six decades of 007 vehicles. The exhibition features 17 iconic pieces from the EON Productions Archive and the Ian Fleming Foundation. Props, scale models and clips from the films are also on show alongside cars, motorcycles, submarines, and more from the Q Branch garage.
Experience Bond In Motion on display at SPY, March 2024 through April 2025.
Bond In Motion is proudly delivered by DHL, the exclusive logistic partner of the exhibition.
Combo Ticket (Bond In Motion + Spy Museum) - Receive a $2 discount to Bond In Motion when purchased together with admission to the Spy Museum.
Bond In Motion Ticket (Exhibit Only) - $12.00 / person
Bond In Motion Ticket for Spy Museum Members (Exhibit Only) - FREE
Join today to experience the exhibition before the public. Member Preview Days will take place during opening hours (10AM-6PM) February 28 and February 29.
007 in the MuseumFew people live the life of a spy — leaving a gap in the public’s understanding of real intelligence work that has been filled by popular culture for almost a hundred years. In the Museum's License to Thrill exhibit, visitors can see a sample of spy toys and games from past to present and hear intelligence officers comment on the reality and fiction in spy movies.
Bond In Motion was created in collaboration with EON Productions and The Ian Fleming® Foundation, with support from Amazon MGM Studios.
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Photos of vehicles courtesy of Petersen Automotive Museum.