Ever fancied being James Bond? Visit The National Motor Museum at Beaulieu to see the Bond exhibit celebrating 50 years of Bond movies.
Secret agents, speedboats, fast cars, and souped-up bikes can mean only one thing - Bond; James Bond. To mark the 50 years of Bond movies, 50 Bondmobiles are gathered under one roof in an exhibition at the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu in Hampshire. Alongside the most famous vehicles, like the Aston Martin DB5, which 'starred' in Goldeneye, and the Lotus Espirit S1 from The Spy Who Loved Me, there is a host of treasures on display at the Bond in Motion exhibition, dating back to From Russia With Love and including the elegant Fairey Huntress Speedboat, Goldfinger's 1937 Rolls Royce Phantom III, the buzzing autogyro from You Only Live Twice and Octupussy's screeching Acrostar.
Be Bond for a day at Beaulieu