James Bond Weekend at Amberley Museum near Arundel, celebrating the museums roll in the making of A View to a Kill and all things James Bond.
Parts of A View to a Kill were filmed at Amberley, in particular the entrance to Main Strike Mine, and some of our engines and rolling stock were featured in the film.
These will again be in action on the 28th and 29th March to re-enact this scene from the film and there will be James Bond music, films (including A View to a Kill and also period documentaries about the filming at the Museum), new exhibition boards about our James Bond connections near the tunnel entrance, and for our younger visitors there will be a brand new code-breaking trail around the site.
We are encouraging owners of Aston Martins to bring them along on either or both days with the opportunity to take part in a cavalcade around the Museum at 2pm each day. Please apply to firstname.lastname@example.org for an application form.
We will be staying open until 17.30 on both days so visitors can enjoy the music and, of course, cocktails. Highlights
See the original Zorin train engine and trucks running in and out of Mainstrike Mine’s entrance!
Aston Martin car display
Re-enactment of film scenes taken at Amberley involving Zorin and his workers, James Bond and Stacey Sutton
Check out our brand new James Bond story boards
Q&A with Bond experts including Derek Lyons who was a stunt double in the film
Enjoy some cocktails in our Limeburners Cafe
Live Bond themed music from ‘Vintage Candy’ and ‘Sarah Sussex Violinist’
‘A View to a Kill’ Behind the scenes making of the film
BBC interview with Sir Roger Moore in 1985
Times & Prices
Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th March 2020
Tickets: Standard admission prices apply.
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