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James Bond Adventure World: 007 Exhibition Opens in Sölden

An absolute must-do for James Bond fans has opened its doors at the top of Gaislachkogl in Sölden on 12 July 2018. The brandnew cinematic installation "007 Elements" immerses into the British Secret Service agent's world, focusing on the film "Spectre" (2015). Parts of the movie were shot on Ötztal Glacier Road and at nearby restaurant ice Q.

>> Further information on the exhibition as well as prices and opening hours

The building itself is spectacular: at an elevation of 3,050 metres, the puristic concrete structure was constructed partly inside the mountain. You can access the Adventure World venue only with a 30-minute ride on the mountain railway.

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The new Adventure World's atmosphere is meant to resemble Secret Service MI6's quarters at London underground. So you feel as though "M" or "Miss Moneypenny" might come round the corner at any moment.

The James Bond cinematic installation was officially opened by Naomie Harris. She played the role of  "Moneypenny" in Spectre and Skyfall. The actress is seen in front of one of the exhibition's highlights, a small aircraft's wreck from Spectre. It is dangling off the ceiling at Action Hall.

Of course the opening sequence including the theme cannot be missing from the Adventure World. The exhibition also includes a number of James Bond OMEGA watches, including Seamaster 300 from Spectre and the laser watch from GoldenEye.

Amidst the snow: Daniel Craig went on a manhunt in Sölden in winter 2015.

Spectre © 2015 Danjaq, LLC, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc., Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. SPECTRE, 007 and related James Bond Trademarks© 1962-2015 Danjaq, LLC and United Artists Corporation. SPECTRE, 007 and related James Bond Trademarks are trademarks of Danjaq, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

The hot pursuit on Ötztal Glacier Road is shown at Screening Room.

The small aircraft was also part of the most spectacular scene.

SPECTRE© 2015 Danjaq, LLC, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc., Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. SPECTRE, 007 image003.png and related James Bond Trademarks© 1962-2015 Danjaq, LLC and United Artists Corporation. SPECTRE, 007 image003.png and related James Bond Trademarks are trademarks of Danjaq, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Positioned between the rocks on Gaislachkogl: the original Land Rover Defender from Spectre's car chase.

This 360-degree installation tells you more about set constructions and filming locations.

Some of the rooms screen sequences of various James Bond films. To draw the full attention to the scenes, the surroundings are kept mainly in black.

In the course of your tour you will pass some large and bright window facades that offer a breathtaking view of the Ötztal Alps. A part of the tour is on an outside square.

The structure integrates into the mountain as though it had always been there. When it is covered in snow during the winter, you can only distinguish it by the windows.

Gourmet restaurant ice Q is located right next to the exhibition. This is where Hoffler clinic was located in the movie.

To get to the mountain-top exhibition you have to take the mountain railway. The ultramodern 3S Cable Car was also part of the film in 2015.

At Gaislachkoglbahn station you come across the first exhibit: the original Range Rover sport SVR.

This is a picture of the shooting at the top station of Gaislachkoglbahn. Right on the left of it is ice Q, and as of late, 007 Adventure World.

SPECTRE© 2015 Danjaq, LLC, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc., Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. SPECTRE, 007 and related James Bond Trademarks© 1962-2015 Danjaq, LLC and United Artists Corporation. SPECTRE, 007 and related James Bond Trademarks are trademarks of Danjaq, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

>> Further information on the 007 exhibition including videos, prices and opening hours

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