The Exhibition at the Science Museum, London
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You are handed a credit card sized admission ticket upon paying, and this acts as your secret agent card, which you can swipe at various consoles throughout the exhibition. By viewing the information on the screens and answering questions you can become a '00' secret agent. Or you can just wander through the rooms enjoying the displays of artifacts from the films.
Located in South Kensington, West London, the Science Museum hosted the James Bond Exhibition when it moved from it's initial location in Bradford. Spread over two floors of the museum, the Bond, James Bond Exhibition showcases 40 years of 007 in the cinema, containing a mixture of props, models, designs and costumes from the 20 Bond films.
The first room you enter is a faithful reproduction of 'M's office from the early films. Complete with a video display on which you receive your mission instructions, the room brings to mind those scenes in which 007 meets 'M' before being dispatched to some dangerous but exotic location, such as Jamaica or Istanbul.
Inside the drawers in the desk you can glimpse top secret documents from 007's exploits around the world, whilst waiting for the red phone to ring with orders from the Prime Minister.