James Bond London Locations Walking Tour
Follow in the footsteps of the world’s favourite MI6 agent with the James Bond London Locations Walking Tour. Taking to the streets of this amazing city, re-live some of the greatest adventures of 007’s career on screen.
With your expert guide on-hand, explore the iconic locations throughout London that have shaped this British icon. And learn the secrets behind some of the famous scenes from the James Bond movies.
While he may be an International Man of Mystery, many of James Bond’s most notable moments have occurred in London, whether you realised it or not. Uncover the iconic filming locations that have represented London and the world.
The James Bond London Locations Walking Tour not only covers the more recent Bond movies, but also some from past decades too.
Fans of 1981’s For Your Eyes Only might be interested to see the British Ministry of Defence. The exterior of this building was used in establishing shots for the Roger Moore vehicle. The famous Reform Club was also the location for the thrilling fencing scene from Pierce Brosnan’s Die Another Day.
Bringing you to the more recent Bond outings, your tour will make a stop at the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square. Already famous for its rich collection of art, it is here that Daniel Craig’s Bond meets the new Q in Skyfall. Sticking with Skyfall, you will get to visit Charing Cross Underground Station. This was the shooting location for the exciting chase scene where 007 tries to catch Silva. Just don’t try and re-create it by sliding down between the escalators!
Of course, any tour around London wouldn’t be complete without seeing the Thames river. This is an important Bond filming location too. It’s used for boat chase scenes in Die Another Day, The World is Not Enough, Skyfall, and Spectre! These scenes also include shots of the SIS building, the real-life headquarters of the MI6.
For a quick trip outside of the country, you can take a stroll over to Broadgate Tower on Primrose Street. The fourth highest building in London, it was used as a Shanghai tower block in Skyfall. But the award for most diverse filming location has to go to Somerset House. This building has the honour of representing two countries in two Bond movies. It was the London War Office in Tomorrow Never Dies, and a St. Petersburg courtyard in Goldeneye.
London is full of espionage secrets. Of buildings and locations that have shaped and propelled this beloved character and his adventures. With the James Bond London Locations Walking Tour, you can uncover all of these mysteries, and enjoy a fun day out too!