James Bond Locations

James Bond Locations

James Bond Locations

Dr. No

King’s House

King’s House, also known as Government House, is the official residence of the Governor-General of Jamaica.

In Dr. No, we see Bond visiting Governmet House to discuss investigations with Pleydell-Smith.

Reynolds Pier

Reynolds Pier

Ocho Rios, Jamaica

The pier appears as Dr No’s lair and features in the external scenes when Bond and Honey Rider escape from the exploding facility.

From Russia With Love

Istanbul Sirkeci Railway Station

Sirkeci railway station was built in 1890 as the eastern terminus of the Orient Express. Services to the station have been suspended since 2013 to allow rebuilding of lines connected with the Marmaray tunnel project.

In From Russia With Love, the station appears when Bond and Tatiana get on board the Orient Express here. Sirkeci station also stands in for Belgrade and Zagreb stations as well.

Hagia Sophia

Built in 537 as a Christian cathedral and later converted into a mosque in 1453 after the fall of Constantinople to the Ottoman Empire, the Hagia Sophia later became a museum in 1935 until 2020 when it was reverted back to a mosque.

In From Russia With Love it is seen in establishing shots and interior scenes when Bond waits in the Hagia Sophia for Tatiana to drop off the consulate plans.

Goldfinger

Fontainebleau Miami Beach

Fontainebleau Miami Beach

Florida, USA

Bond’s hotel where he first sees fellow guest Auric Goldfinger. Also the location of the famous death scene of Jill Masterson. 

Stoke Park Club

Stoke Park Club

Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom

James Bond’s golf match with Goldfinger took place here and also appears as Bond’s Hamburg hotel room in Tomorrow Never Dies. 

Furka Pass

Swiss Alps

The road where Tilly Masterson attempts to shoot Goldfinger but instead, narrowly misses James Bond.

Thunderball

Avenue d’Eylau

Paris, France

Location of Paris SPECTRE headquarters where we see Largo park outside before attending a SPECTRE meeting.

Château d’Anet

Château d’Anet

Anet, France

The site of the pre-title sequence fight between Bond and SPECTRE agent Colonel Jacques Bouvar as well as Bond’s famous jet pack escape sequence. 

The Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower

Paris, France

In A View to A Kill, Bond meets with French private detective Achille Aubergine in a restaurant in the Eiffel Tower to investigate the suspected drug doping of Max Zorin’s race winning horses.

The Eiffel Tower also briefly appears in the distance of a scene in Thunderball when SPECTRE agents are meeting in a Paris location. 

You Only Live Twice

Hotel New Otani Tokyo

Opened in 1964 for the Tokyo Olympics, The Hotel New Otani Tokyo currently has 1,479 rooms, 39 restaurants and a 400-year-old garden.

The hotel appears in You Only Live Twice as the headquarters of Osato Chemical & Engineering Co Ltd.

Himeji Castle

Himeji Castle

Hyogo, Japan

HImeji Castle also known as White Egret Castle appears as Tiger Tanaka’s ninja training school.

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service

Joalharia Ferreira Marques

Located on the Rossio Square in Lisbon, the Joalharia Ferreira Marques jewelley shop was founded in 1926 by the great-grandfather of the current owner. The family have been involved in jewelery since the end of the 19th century.

The shop appears in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service when Bond is buying a wedding ring for Tracy.

Piz Gloria

Piz Gloria

Mürren, Switzerland

Blofeld’s hideout and allergy clinic in the Swiss Alps.

Diamonds Are Forever

Magere Brug (The Skinny Bridge)

Magere Brug (The Skinny Bridge)

Amsterdam, Netherlands

While cruising under the Skinny Bridge, a tour boat party spots the body of diamond smuggler Mrs. Whistler is being removed from the canal. Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd stand on the bridge posing as tourists and observing the events.

Tiffany Case’s Apartment

Tiffany Case’s Apartment

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Posing as diamond smuggler Peter Franks, James Bond first meets with Tiffany Case in her apartment to investigate a diamond smuggling ring. 

Live and Let Die

United Nations Headquarters

Designed by architects led by Wallace Harrison and declared complete in 1952, the United Nations Headquarters is located in New York City. The building holds the UN General Assembly and Security Council.

The building exterior appears in the opening shot of Live and Let Die as an establishing shot for the UN meeting that is taking place there in the first scene.

Oh Cult Voodoo Shop

New York, United States

Felix Leiter informs Bond that the car with the poison dart shooting mirror is registered to 33 East 65th Street. When Bond arrives at that address, he finds the Oh Cult Voodoo Shop.

The Man with the Golden Gun

The Peninsula Hotel

Opened in 1928, The Peninsula Hong Kong is a luxury hotel, located in Kowloon. The hotel is well-known for its fleet of green Rolls-Royces (currently Rolls-Royce Phantoms).

The hotel appears in The Man With The Golden Gun when Bond tracks Andrea Anders to there via one of their green Rolls-Royces (back then it was Silver Shadows).

Khao Ta Pu (Mushroom-shaped Rock)

Khao Ta Pu (Mushroom-shaped Rock)

Phang Nga Bay, Thailand

Referred to as a “mushroom-shaped rock” by Scaramanga in The Man With The Golden Gun, Khao Ta Pu is a 20-metre tall islet located in Phang Nga Bay, Thailand. In the movie, the islet houses the solar panels for the power plant on Scaramanga’s island.

The Spy Who Loved Me

Faslane Naval Base (HMNB Clyde)

Gare Loch, Scotland

A submarine base 25 mi (40 km) west of Glasgow in Scotland. In The Spy Who Loved Me, Bond attends a briefing at Faslane on a missing submarine.

Giza Necropolis Complex

Giza, Egypt

Situated on the Giza Plateau, the complex includes the Great Pyramid of Giza, the Pyramid of Khafre, the Pyramid of Menkaure and the Great Sphinx of Giza. The complex was built  around 2580 – 2560 BC.

In The Spy Who Loved Me, the complex is seen when Bond follows Fekkesh there while the sound and light show is taking place.

Moonraker

Drax Laboratories

Drax Laboratories

Paris, France

Drax’s laboratories in Moonraker, where Bond meets Dr. Goodhead.

The location seen in the movie is the 5th floor of The Centre Pompidou in Paris.

Hotel Danieli

Venice, Italy

In Moonraker, the Hotel Danieli appears as Dr. Goodhead’s hotel.

The film crew also used the Suite del Doge.

St. Mark’s Square

St. Mark’s Square

Venice, Italy

The square features in Moonraker after Bond escapes from the his pursuers in his speed gondola by converting it into a hovercraft and entering the square from the waterway on to the Piazetta di San Marco, dispersing people (and pigeons) as he travels through the square. 

Drax’s Chateau (Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte)

Drax’s Chateau (Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte)

Maincy, France

A 17th century chateau in Maincy, north-central France which features in Moonraker as Drax’s chateau. In the movie, Drax is said to have transported the chateau brick by brick to California. 

For Your Eyes Only

Miramonti Majestic Grand Hotel

Opened in the early 1900s, the 105-room, 5-star Miramonti Majestic Grand Hotel is located in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy.

In For Your Eyes Only, Bond stays here while in Cortina. The balcony from which Bond looks out from when he arrives at the hotel, belongs to room 108.

St. Giles Churchyard

St. Giles Churchyard

Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom

At the start of the opening sequence of For Your Eyes Only, we see Bond visiting the grave of his wife Tracy in St. Giles Churchyard in Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire.

Octopussy

Sotheby’s

Sotheby’s

London, United Kingdom

The auction house where Bond bids against Kamal Khan for a Fabergé Egg.

Checkpoint Charlie

Checkpoint Charlie

Berlin, Germany

After his briefing with M in a chauffeur-driven car Bond leaves M at the checkpoint in West Berlin and continues through it in to East Berlin.

A View to a Kill

Pont Alexandre III Bridge

Pont Alexandre III Bridge

Paris, France

Bridge from which James Bond jumps onto, and through the roof of, a wedding boat whilst in pursuit of May Day. 

San Francisco City Hall

San Francisco City Hall

San Francisco, United States

Max Zorin sets fire to the city hall after trapping Bond and Stacey Sutton in an elevator.

Ascot Racecourse

Ascot Racecourse

Berkshire, United Kingdom

Ascot Racecourse where Bond, M, Q, Moneypenny, and Sir Godfrey Tibbett observe Zorin, Mayday, and their race-winning horse, Pegasus.

The Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower

Paris, France

In A View to A Kill, Bond meets with French private detective Achille Aubergine in a restaurant in the Eiffel Tower to investigate the suspected drug doping of Max Zorin’s race winning horses.

The Eiffel Tower also briefly appears in the distance of a scene in Thunderball when SPECTRE agents are meeting in a Paris location. 

The Living Daylights

Forbes Museum

The Forbes Museum in Tangier was founded by Malcolm Forbes, the publisher of Forbes magazine.

In The Living Daylights, the exterior appears as the villa of arms dealer Brad Whittaker. Although the interior of the museum was not used in the film, it does contain 115,000 lead soldier models displayed in battle scenes, which was used as inspiration for Brad Whittaker’s villa interior.

Licence to Kill

Hemingway Home and Museum

The former home of writer Ernest Hemingway and his wife, Pauline from 1931 to 1939. A large number of cats have lived in the house and grounds over the years, some of which are seen in Licence To Kill.

In Licence To Kill, Bond is brought here to M and resigns, M then revokes Bond’s Licence To Kill.

Villa Arabesque

Acapulco, Mexico

A luxury vacation home in the Acapulco Bay in Mexico. Located in a gated community, the villa was designed by Baron Enrico Di Portanova and his wife Baroness Sandra in the 1970s.

In Licence To Kill, the villa appears as Franz Sanchez’s home.

GoldenEye

Contra Dam

The Contra Dam on the Verzasca River in Switzerland is more commonly known as the Verzasca Dam. Constructed between 1961 and 1965, it creates the Lago di Vogorno reservoir and is the fourth tallest dam in Switzerland.

In Goldeneye, the dam appears in the opening scene of the film where Bond bungee jumps from the dam to gain access to Arkhangelsk Chemical Weapons Facility.

MI6 Headquarters (SIS building)

MI6 Headquarters (SIS building)

London, United Kingdom

The SIS building, also known as the MI6 building is located at 85 Albert Embankment, London on the bank of the River Thames next to Vauxhall bridge. It features in three of the Pierce Brosnan era bond films: Goldeneye, The World is Not Enough and Die Another Day as the headquarters of MI6 where characters such as James Bond, M, Q and Miss Moneypenny are based. 

In the Daniel Craig era, the building appears in Skyfall and Spectre.

Tomorrow Never Dies

Hotel Atlantic Hamburg

Hamburg, Germany

Exterior scenes of the hotel are seen when Bond is walking outside the entrance of the hotel and climbing on the roof. Also seen in shots of Stamper watching Bond from the roof opposite the hotel.

The interior hotel room scenes were filmed at Stoke Park Club.

Stoke Park Club

Stoke Park Club

Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom

James Bond’s golf match with Goldfinger took place here and also appears as Bond’s Hamburg hotel room in Tomorrow Never Dies. 

The World Is Not Enough

Guggenheim Museum Bilbao

Guggenheim Museum Bilbao

Bilbao, Spain

The building can be seen in The World Is Not Enough during the opening sequence where Bond steals a case of money from a corrupt Swiss banker affiliated with the villain Renard’s terrorist network. 

The O2

The O2

London, United Kingdom

The Millennium Dome appears during the pre-title sequence of The World is Not Enough and is now known as The O2. 

MI6 Headquarters (SIS building)

MI6 Headquarters (SIS building)

London, United Kingdom

The SIS building, also known as the MI6 building is located at 85 Albert Embankment, London on the bank of the River Thames next to Vauxhall bridge. It features in three of the Pierce Brosnan era bond films: Goldeneye, The World is Not Enough and Die Another Day as the headquarters of MI6 where characters such as James Bond, M, Q and Miss Moneypenny are based. 

In the Daniel Craig era, the building appears in Skyfall and Spectre.

Die Another Day

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace

London, United Kingdom

Gustav Graves parachutes outside Buckingham Palace prior to receiving a Knighthood. 

The Eden Project

Cornwall, United Kingdom

The Eden Project appears as Gustav Graves’ diamond mine.

MI6 Headquarters (SIS building)

MI6 Headquarters (SIS building)

London, United Kingdom

The SIS building, also known as the MI6 building is located at 85 Albert Embankment, London on the bank of the River Thames next to Vauxhall bridge. It features in three of the Pierce Brosnan era bond films: Goldeneye, The World is Not Enough and Die Another Day as the headquarters of MI6 where characters such as James Bond, M, Q and Miss Moneypenny are based. 

In the Daniel Craig era, the building appears in Skyfall and Spectre.

Casino Royale

Grandhotel Pupp

The Grandhotel Pupp in Karlovy Vary was originally built in 1701 as the Saxony Hall. It was rebuilt in to the Grandhotel Pupp between 1896 and 1907 and today is a 228-room luxury hotel.

In Casino Royale Bond and Vesper stay in the hotel, where it appears as the Hotel Splendide in Montenegro.

Danube House

Danube House is an office block built on the bank of the Vltava river and forms part of the River City Prague campus.

The building exterior and interior appears in the opening scene of Casino Royale with Bond and Dryden meeting in Prague.

The building’s address is Karolinská 661/4, Prague 8 18600, Czechia.

Quantum of Solace

The Water Gardens

The Water Gardens estate in Westminster, London was completed in 1966 and consists of three tower blocks.

In Quantum of Solace, the north tower block on the estate contains Mitchell’s flat where Bond and M visit with a forensics team to investigate Mitchell’s background after his death.

Torre di Talamonaccio

A renovated medieval tower near Talamone, Italy, built by the Spanish to defend against Saracen invaders, the Talamonaccio Tower overlooks the mediterranean sea. The tower is available for rent as a luxury holiday villa.

In Quantum of Solace, the tower appears as Mathis’ home, when Bond goes to visit him to ask for help after his passport and payment cards have been cancelled.

Skyfall

The National Gallery

London, England

The National Gallery in London contains a collection of Western European paintings that date from the 13th to the 19th century.

The gallery appears in Skyfall as the location where Bond and Q meet for the first time.

MI6 Headquarters (SIS building)

MI6 Headquarters (SIS building)

London, United Kingdom

The SIS building, also known as the MI6 building is located at 85 Albert Embankment, London on the bank of the River Thames next to Vauxhall bridge. It features in three of the Pierce Brosnan era bond films: Goldeneye, The World is Not Enough and Die Another Day as the headquarters of MI6 where characters such as James Bond, M, Q and Miss Moneypenny are based. 

In the Daniel Craig era, the building appears in Skyfall and Spectre.

Spectre

Blenheim Palace

Oxfordshire, England

Built between 1705 and 1722, Blenheim Palace is a country house in Woodstock, Oxfordshire. Originally it was to be a reward to the 1st Duke of Marlborough for military successes. The palace is notable for being the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill.

In Spectre, the palace exterior appears as the meeting place for the Spectre meeting that Bond infiltrates and the grounds appear at the start of the car chase through Rome.

MI6 Headquarters (SIS building)

MI6 Headquarters (SIS building)

London, United Kingdom

The SIS building, also known as the MI6 building is located at 85 Albert Embankment, London on the bank of the River Thames next to Vauxhall bridge. It features in three of the Pierce Brosnan era bond films: Goldeneye, The World is Not Enough and Die Another Day as the headquarters of MI6 where characters such as James Bond, M, Q and Miss Moneypenny are based. 

In the Daniel Craig era, the building appears in Skyfall and Spectre.

No Time To Die

Ponte Viadotto – Acquedotto Madonna della Stella

The Madonna della Stella bridge was built in the 17th century to connect the center of Gravina town with the opposite side of Botromagno ravine where the church of Madonna della Stella was located.

In the No Time To Die trailer, we see Bond jump from the bridge.

Roupell Street

Part of the Roupell Street Conservation area, the houses and shops on this 19th century street have stayed relatively unchanged since then, even surviving the London Blitz of World War II.

A still has been released from No Time To Die, showing Bond leaving his Aston Martin V8 Vantage parked on Roupell Street.