Bond Adventure World above 3000 mBond, James Bond. In the footsteps of the most famous agent world-wide you conquer new heights in Sölden. More precisely, beyond 3000 meters above sea level. An architecturally outstanding building right at the peak of Gaislachkogl is waiting to be discovered in a fabulous multimedia exhibition on Her Majesty's Secret Service.
A cinematic installation high above Sölden
Gaislachkogl mountain gondola whisks Bond aficionados and all other visitors up to the top station where they continue on a short, barrier-free route. From the valley floor it takes about 30 minutes to reach the exhibition area. A unique building right inside the summit of Gaislachkogl, a true architectural masterpiece protruding partially from the mountain’s rocks. Inside the remarkable construction visitors can expect a cinematic installation that revolves around the World of James Bond. Indulge into an interactive journey of all 24 secret agent movies, focusing on SPECTRE and its spectacular film shooting location - among others - directly on site at Gaislachkogl peak. The single galleries of the adventure world show everything the Bond series are famous for: breathtaking action scenes, technical gimmicks, unique filming locations, matching sound pictures.
Special tip: With the combined entrance and gondola ticket you can visit 007 ELEMENTS within a predefined timeslot (time of first entry). Afterwards you can decide for yourself how long you would like to stay at the exhibition.
The Bond location
The building at Gaislachkogl, designed by Obermoser arch-omo zt gmbh, covers 2 floors and has about 1300 square meters. It can be found right inside the mountain and fits perfectly into the natural rock formation. Since the building is not heated, warm clothes and sturdy boots are strongly recommended - there is really plenty to see and time flies in such unique surroundings. Next door you’ll find the ice Q restaurant which rounds off the visit thanks to first-class cuisine. Here the Bond saga continues as the glass-covered restaurant also was part of the "Spectre" film set. A truly special highlight is a visit to the galleries at night. Once a week, the exhibition opens its doors also in the evening and visitors can indulge in the awesome atmosphere of the Bond World high above the roofs and lights of Sölden.