Fans of James Bond who still can’t get enough of the 25th James Bond movie, No Time To Die, you’ll be glad to know that there’s an exhibition on the fifth and final installment of Daniel Craig as 007.
The exhibition, dubbed Bond in Motion – No Time To Die was unveiled in the National Motor Museum on October 15, 2021, two weeks after the movie hits the theaters.
Bond in Motion – No Time To Die is an entirely new exhibition that lets visitors into the world of the iconic British secret agent.
Visitors will be able to see the cars, gadgets, and costumes as seen in the movie, including a full-size model of the folding-wing glider suspended above Bond’s iconic silver birch Aston Martin DB5 – complete with a new LED number plate and machine guns.
Fans will also be treated to the Aston Martin DBS Superleggera, seen in the movie driven by new agent Nomi, as well as the No Time To Die Aston Martin V8 – which was last seen in The Living Daylights – and the Chevy Bel Air.
Other vehicles include Bond’s Land Rover Series III and the Land Rover Defender 110, along with Triumph Scrambler motorcycle and Royal Alloy Scooter.
In the gadgets department, you will get a close-up look at new gadgets from the Secret Intelligence Service Q Branch, including Bond’s Q-enhanced Omega Seamaster Diver 300M watch, technical plans for vehicle designs, and DB5 weapons.
That said, there is a catch about this exhibition. It is in the U.K., specifically, New Forest, Hampshire.
Also, there is an entry fee. Tickets sell for £26 (US$36) for adults, £25 (US$34) for seniors (ages 60 and up), and £15 (US$21) for children between 5-16. Children ages 5 and below enters for free.
There is a family pass going for £69 (US$95). Advance booking will earn you a discount of a couple of quid per ticket.
The ticket is not cheap, but for the price, you will get to visit the entire Beaulieu exhibitions, including the National Motor Museum, World of Top Gear, On Screen Cars, and more.