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Bond In Motion - No Time To Die Exhibition


Oct 15

2021-10-15 2022-10-31 Bond In Motion - No Time To Die Exhibition

New Beaulieu exhibition - until November 2022

Featuring iconic cars, gadgets and costumes from the latest 007 film, Bond in Motion - No Time To Die is the major exhibition now running at the National Motor Museum. 

Bond in motion: Aston Martin front grille

Enjoy Bond in Motion – No Time To Die until November 2022, as part of a marvellous day out to Beaulieu that all the family will enjoy together. See over 280 cars in the National Motor Museum, World of Top Gear, On Screen Cars and ride on a ‘skytrain’ monorail. Have big fun in Little Beaulieu's adventure play area, discover life ‘upstairs and downstairs’ in Palace House, walk in the footsteps of monks at Beaulieu Abbey, find out about special agents in the Secret Army Exhibition and explore the beautiful grounds and gardens – all in one ticket to Beaulieu. For tickets and details see or call 01590 612345.

Bond in motion:  Lord Montagu and Chris Corbould park Aston Martin DB5 in exhibitionBeaulieu Motor Museum more information

No Time To Die filmmakers gathered at Beaulieu as Lord Montagu made a Bond-style entrance by driving into the National Motor Museum in an Aston Martin DB5 to launch the new exhibition.

Dressed in a black tie and dinner suit, Lord Montagu unveiled the display of the iconic cars, gadgets and costumes from No Time To Die with the film’s Special Effects Supervisor, Oscar-winning Chris Corbould.

Guests and Beaulieu visitors saw the first glimpse of Bond’s iconic silver birch Aston Martin DB5, as Lord Montagu pulled back its cover to reveal the stunt car’s sensor-activated machine guns and rolling LED number plate.

Tim Browning also stood with fellow guests beneath the submersible glider he designed for the movie. The glider, named ‘Stealthy Bird’ by Q, now perches in its new home overlooking the exhibition.

Lord Montagu said: “Exhibiting Bond cars in the National Motor Museum is a great way of combining our subject – the history of motoring right up to the present day – with one of the best known themes from the world of entertainment. I am delighted that Eon have given us the opportunity to stage this exhibition as I feel sure it will be very popular with our visitors.”

Chris Corbould said: “The Bond in Motion – No Time To Die exhibition sums up everything we did in the film. The original vehicles are all there in one place to see – from the classics to up-to-date and even state-of-the-art cars. It’s a wonderful collection.’’

Bond in Motion – No Time To Die follows in the footsteps of Beaulieu’s popular Bond In Motion exhibition, which opened ten years ago showing 50 original vehicles from 50 years of Bond.

The new exhibition will offer the first opportunity for the public to see many of the original vehicles, gadgets and costumes from No Time To Die, against the backdrop of large screens showing action shots from the recently released film.

Four-wheel drive enthusiasts will enjoy Bond’s Land Rover Series III and the Land Rover Defender 110. A Triumph Scrambler motorcycle and Royal Alloy Scooter will be crowd-pleasers for fans of two-wheelers.

Visitors can see the Aston Martin DBS Superleggera, driven in the film by new agent Nomi, the No Time To Die Aston Martin V8 – which was last seen in The Living Daylights (1987) – and the Chevy Bel Air. 

Incredible gadgets on show from the Secret Intelligence Service Q Branch include Bond’s Q-enhanced Omega Seamaster Diver 300M watch, alongside technical plans for vehicle designs and DB5 weapons.

Costumes and accessories for Bond and Primo will stand as sentinels keeping watch from display cases inside the exhibition’s stainless steel cage. Visitors can swipe electronic tablets to read captions for all of the exhibits from the 25th Bond film.

A range of Bond merchandise will also be on display in the exhibition and available to buy in the Beaulieu gift shop as well as the






Event Details
15 Oct 2021
 Beaulieu, New Forest, Hampshire SO42 7ZN Beaulieu, New Forest, Hampshire SO42 7ZN - Map Directions

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