Built into a mountaintop like a Bond villain’s lair, the striking 007 Elements museum shows how the films were made
Your mission: to reach the summit of Gaislachkogl mountain. Once there, find the home of a striking new exhibition dedicated to 007, built into the peak overlooking the Austrian Alps in a structure resembling a Bond villain’s lair.
Due to open on July 12, 007 Elements is an immersive attraction that places visitors inside the world of one of cinema’s favourite action heroes, celebrating the work of Bond set designer Sir Ken Adams and behind-the-scenes footage from the films. Also on display are film props and interactive exhibits that “that places visitors inside the world of 007”.
Source: The Guardian