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Bond in Motion will open in the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC

10 January, 2024

The Bond in Motion exhibition will move to the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC in March 2024.

Bond In Motion is a celebration of six decades of 007 vehicles. The exhibit started in London and has travelled the world. Most recently a Bond In Motion exhibit opened in Prague while another one ran in Saratoga, NY.

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The exhibition in SPY features 17 iconic pieces from the James Bond film franchise in cooperation with EON Productions Limited, Danjaq, 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.

One of the highlights is the James Bond's Aston Martin V12 Vanquish and the bright green Jaguar XKR from Die Another Day (2002)

Aston Martin Vanquish Bond in Motion International Spy Museum Washington DC

Aston Martin V12 Vanquish, Die Another Day (2002)

Jaguar XKR Bond in Motion International Spy Museum Washington DC

Jaguar XKR, Die Another Day (2002)

Other vehicles featured in the Bond in Motion exhibit in DC are the Aston Martin DBS from Quantum of Solace (2008), the BMW 750iL from Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) and AMC Hornet from The Man with the Golden Gun (1974).

BMW 750iL Bond in Motion International Spy Museum Washington DC

BMW 750iL - Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)

AMC Hornet Bond in Motion International Spy Museum Washington DC

AMC Hornet, Man with the Golden Gun (1974)

Also on display are a submarine from For Your Eyes Only (1981) and a Glastron Boat with gadgets and a hanglider from Moonraker (1979).

It is a trip back in time to some of the most classic moments in the adventures of the world’s most famous movie spy. The exhibit includes the Museum’s popular Shark Tank interactive, clips from the film franchise, two totally new interactives, and a special photo op featuring the snowmobile from Die Another Day.

“Everyone has a favorite Bond car and these vehicles have been touchstones of contemporary culture for decades.” shares Kathryn Keane, Vice President of Exhibitions and Collections at the International Spy Museum. “The vehicles in this new exhibit are as inventive and cool as the very real gadgets and tools we display in the Spy Museum. We’re thrilled to juxtapose these fantastic fictional feats of innovation with the premiere collection of authentic espionage artifacts in our permanent exhibit.”

Tuk Tuk Bond in Motion International Spy Museum Washington DC

Tuk Tuk, Octopussy (1983)

Tickets to Bond in Motion can be purchased for $12.00. Spy Museum members will get exclusive preview access to the exhibit before it opens and will be able to visit for free throughout its run. To join as a member or for more information, visit:

Bond in Motion is proudly delivered by DHL, the exclusive logistic partner of the exhibition. DHL was an official partner for No Time To Die as well.

The Bond in Motion exhibit will be on display at SPY from March 2024 through April 2025.

Address: 700 L'Enfant Plaza, SW Washington DC 20024, United States

More information and tickets are available at

About the International Spy Museum
The International Spy Museum, an independent nonprofit organization, is the only public museum in the United States to lift the veil on the tradecraft, history, and contemporary role of espionage and intelligence from a global perspective. The Museum’s mission is to create compelling exhibitions and other learning experiences that shed light on the shadow world of espionage and intelligence, educating and challenging each of us to engage critically with the complex world around us. The Museum's collection chronicles the history of espionage, from its inception to the modern-day challenges facing intelligence professionals worldwide in the 21st century. The original Spy Museum opened in 2002. Its new, expanded building and all-new exhibitions opened in May 2019 to much acclaim.

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The museum has had an Aston Martin DB5 with James Bond gadgets on display for years in the entrance, and even visible from the outside if you walk by.

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For more information, visit

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