Activity days for children planned on Saturdays during the summer break.
Bond in Motion at the London Film Museum is a fantastic family friendly exhibition located in the heart of London in Covent Garden. Every Saturday until 2 September 2017 visitors to the exhibition can participate in activity days specifically aimed at children.
Running from 11:00 to 15:00, children visiting the museum will be able to make Bond vehicles and posters with all materials provided free of charge.
With over 100 original items on display from the James Bond films including concept drawings, storyboards, scripts, model miniatures and full-size cars, boats and motorbikes, the exhibition has something for everyone. Many of the exhibits are accompanied by behind the scenes film clips explaining how the stunts were performed.
A pinball machine and PlayStation game located in the café area entertains children and adults alike. Attendees can even drive and race an Aston Martin in the specially developed Sony Gran Turismo driving experience.
London Film Museum Founder and CEO, Jonathan Sands said:
“Bond in Motion has something for everyone, young and old. Our activity days have been really popular, we have received positive feedback from families who have taken part in the activities we offer during the school holidays.”
- Activity sheets keep kids of all ages occupied while exploring the exhibition, and educational worksheets, which are printable from the education section on the website, make learning fun.
- Those visitors wishing to discover more behind the scenes information can hire an audio tour narrated by James Bond stunt driver Ben Collins from the box office.
- Dress up as James Bond and be photographed in front of the iconic gun barrel image.
- Enter the best selfie from your visit and tag it with #BondInMotion to be in with a chance of winning a goodie bag in the photo competition monthly prize draw.
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