Bond exhibition opens on top of a mountain

Bond exhibition opens on top of a mountain

A new James Bond exhibition, '007 ELEMENTS', has opened on top of the Gaislachkogl mountain in Sölden, Austria. The ski resort will be familiar to Bond fans, as it is where a pivotal scene in SPECTRE was filmed.

The building opened as a restaurant called ICE Q and was quickly chosen to play the role of the Hoffler Klinik. Jacob Falkner made a deal with Eon Productions to allow filming to take place but also secured permission to open a dedicated Bond exhibition once filming had finished.

To visit the exhibition, you will need to travel 3,050 metres up the mountain via the gondola Q was awkwardly trapped in.

There are some beautiful photos and more information about the exhibition on The Austrian National Tourist Office website.


Mike Mason

Mike, from Bradford, is For Bond Fans Only's Quartermaster.

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