'Skyfall' exhibition to open in Glencoe, Scotland, this week

Event - 11-03-13
Event: Skyfall Exhibition - Behind the Scenes at Glencoe
Location: Glencoe & Dalness, Scotland, UK.
Dates: Thursday 14 March 2013 - Sunday 30th June 2013
Time: 09:30 - 17:30

A new exhibition at the National Trust for Scotland’s Glencoe Visitor Centre gives a behind the scenes glimpse of Glencoe’s starring role in the latest Bond movie Skyfall.

Key scenes in the box office smash hit were filmed on land owned and cared for by the conservation charity.

The exhibition will be open Thursday to Sunday, 10am – 4pm from 14 February - 20 March, then daily until end of June. There are occasions when the exhibition will close if the room is needed for another purpose so if you're making a special trip please call ahead for up to date opening times. Entry is free.

For further information please call 0844 493 2222.

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