James Bond Museum in Sölden

Under this name, the museum for the James Bond film series opened on July 12, 2018. High up on the Gaislachkogl in Sölden, a small part of the museum juts out of the rock. Like a secret agent's hideaway, the world of experience lies beneath the Ice Q and the Gaislachkoglbahn.

Part of the filming of the 007 movie "Spectre" was shot in Sölden, so it was decided to set up a museum there. On 1,200 m², the most exciting scenes of the Bond films were visually prepared and presented with 3D effects, 360-degree videos and much more. Much of the content is interactive, such as the secret agent gimmicks. There is a lot of original film paraphernalia on display, such as the plane that crashed into an East Tyrolean barn or the original pistol from the film.

All in all, it is a beautiful and interesting destination that is sure to attract tourists from far and wide. Visitors are advised by the owners to dress warmly even in summer, as the museum is not heated and it is always a few degrees colder underground than on the surface.

An admission to the museum is included with a 6-day ski pass or more.


Opening hours:

daily from 09:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
(Monday day off)

 Price MuseumPrice Combiticket (cable car + museum)
Adults22,00 €54,00 €
Youths17,00 €49,00 €
Children12,00 €30,00 €