For Visitors’ Eyes Only: James Bond Returns to the National Watch & Clock Museum

James Bond Exhibit at the National Watch & Clock Museum

The National Watch & Clock Museum in Columbia, PA is holding a special James Bond exhibit through the end of 2014. Highlights include the personal Rolex Explorer of Ian Fleming, the creator of the character. Also, for the first time, all screen-accurate models featured in 007 flicks will be shown together, from the inaugural film (Dr. No, 1962) to the most recent (Skyfall, 2012).

A special micro-site, accessible by QR Code, contains a mobile-ready set of videos on each watch as they were featured in film.

The museum, with more than 12,000 items on site displayed in 18,000 square feet, has the largest and most comprehensive horological collection in North America.

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