The James Bond Experience around London
A world of glamorous girls, high-end casinos and fast cars, where the latest incarnation can declare: ‘The name is Bond… James Bond’. Fasten your seat belts and prepare for a glimpse into the world of spies, espionage and thrills.
Dates available on request
Suggested Activities & Attractions
James Bond London Tour
Relax and enjoy an enlightening guided tour of all the major landmarks of London associated with James Bond and Ian Fleming.
The James Bond Film Museum
Discover the largest official collection of James Bond vehicles ever exhibited in London. The Gallery has over 100 individual original items on display from all 23 James Bond films from concept drawings, storyboards, scripts, model miniatures and full size vehicles from cars, boats, bikes and gyrocopters.
An Ultimate Spy Experience Jet Boat on the River Thames
It’s time to hold on as your skipper opens up the engines and you experience the thrill of being a top secret agent as the boat jets off down towards the O2 at a rate of knots.
The Aston Martin Experience
Take the iconic Aston Martin for a spin in the beautiful Cotswolds with a professional instructor and feel the sheer power of Bond’s favourite supercar.
Soar through the London Skies
What could be more James Bond than soaring high above the capital in a helicopter? You will see almost every iconic building you can think of, including the MI6 building in Vauxhall, Buckingham Palace, the London Eye, the Shard and Canary Wharf.
Clay Pigeon Shooting Experience
Arrive at the London Shooting Club for world-class tuition with internationally renowned experts, followed by a clay pigeon shooting experience.
Time for a Suit at Savile Row
Stroll down the world famous Savile Row where tailor-made suits and hand stitched shoes complete the unmistakeable 007 look.
Shaken not Stirred
Learn how to make a good martini at the Dukes Bar. Frequented by Ian Fleming, the bar is said to be the inspiration for the classic line ‘shaken, not stirred’.
A Chance Night at the Casino
Finish your day in Bond’s style and spend the night in the casino learning how to play Black Jack or Roulette.
Bond’s Secret Table
Farewell dinner at Scott’s, Ian Fleming’s favourite restaurant in London. Fleming once said that James Bond always lunched at the corner table watching the pretty girls walking by.
A Secret Service Stopover
Feel like James Bond and stay at the Royal Horseguards Hotel, the building that once served as headquarters for the British Secret Services (MI5 and MI6) and was home and office to Sir Mansfield Cummings, Chief of the Secret Intelligence Bureau.