007 fans in western New York will want to make a stop at the Ira G. Ross Aerospace Museum sometime this summer to check out the James Bond rocket belt.
The Bell rocket belt, made famous when it was introduced in the precredits sequence of Sean Connery’s Thunderball four decades ago, is currently on display as one of the main exhibits.
The Ira G. Ross Aerospace Museum is located in Buffalo, New York near the Buffalo and Erie County Naval and Military Park.
The museum is open from 11am to 4pm on Wednesday through Sunday and closed on Monday and Tuesday. For further information on attending, phone 716-858-4340 or visit the official website.
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