London Film Museum
London Film Museum

London Film Museum

Free admission
45 Wellington Street, Covent Garden, London, England

The Basics

Established in 2008, the London Film Museum Covent Garden hosts special exhibitions in addition to showcasing its permanent collection, which includes cinema artifacts, photography, films, and multimedia tools. The museum takes visitors on a journey through film history, including the democratization of its techniques and stories behind today’s blockbusters. Ensure access by pre-booking tickets.

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Fiona was outstanding. She worked to accommodate our meeting location and was there waiting for us. We did a south bank tour and she showed us places and gave us a lot of history you don’t find in travel guides She is extremely friendly and we would tell anyone that we have made a new friend Kim and Bob Pursell Aug 12, 2022
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Things to Know Before You Go

  • London Film Museum is a must-visit for film buffs.

  • Flash-free photography and filming for personal use is permitted.

  • The family-friendly museum has baby-changing facilities.

  • The museum is accessible to wheelchair users.

  • The museum has a gift shop and cafe selling light snacks.

  • You can rent an audio guide for a more in-depth experience.

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How to Get There

London Film Museum is a 2-minute walk from Covent Garden underground station. The RV1 bus route stops on Russell Street, a minute’s walk away, and Charing Cross train station is a 5-minute walk.

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Trip ideas

When to Get There

The museum is open daily. Tickets are valid for either morning or afternoon, so decide ahead of time which you prefer. To avoid the biggest crowds, avoid local school holidays—usually summer, mid-October, around Christmas and New Year’s, and mid-February.

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Bond in Motion

Bond in Motion, the museum’s permanent exhibition, features an extensive collection of original vehicles and props used in James Bond movies. The more than 100 original items on display include concept drawings, storyboards, scripts, model miniatures, and full-size cars, boats, and motorbikes. Highlights include the Aston Martin DB10 from Spectre, the “Wet Nellie” Lotus Esprit S1 from The Spy Who Loved Me, and the Rolls-Royce Phantom III from Goldfinger.

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