The London film Museum has gone through many changes over the recent years and has now moved from it's original location on the South Bank to London's famous Covent Garden.
It's new locations puts it slap bang in the middle of many of London's top tourists attractions, such as Royal Ballet and Theatres.
The museum is the only museum dedicated to film in Britain and has been set up by someone with a real love for films and this passion really shows through.
Originally the museum contained many real life props, costumes, models and Images from some of the biggest block buster films ever, such as, Terminator, Star Wars and Night and the Museum. It now concentreates on one major exhibition at a time.
Presently this is James Bond Movies and Its Iconic vehicles (2014). The museum boasts one of the largest collections of original James Bond vehicles and props.
45 Wellington Street, Covent Garden, London WC2E 7BN
Opening Hours (Winter)
Mon - Suni. 10am - 6pm
Sat - 10am - 7pm
Full price - £14.50
Child Ticket - [5-15years] £9.50
Concession Ticket - £9.50
Family Ticket - £38
Under 5 - Free
Exhibitions at the museum will change periodically and we may not always be up to date with the current one. So please make sure you contact the museum before you visit to check what they have showing.