James Bond featured in Science of Spying exhibit in Dallas
The Dallas Museum of Nature and Science in Texas is making this the year of the undercover agent with their Science of Spying exhibit and unsurprisingly, James Bond is one of the main features.
The Dallas News reports that the traveling spy exhibit, designed in London, will make Dallas its home until the end of January 2010. It features many different kinds of games and devices designed to give visitors a hands-on look at the world of secret agents. These involve allowing them to create their own scanned identification, hack into the computer system of an evil corporation, uncover the secret plot and then stop it by cracking a code and escaping undetected.
Docent Norm Bodily said younger children will probably enjoy the activities most at the exhibit. ‘I honestly think that 8- to 12-year-olds will get the most out of this exhibit. Older kids probably won’t get as big of a kick out of it.’
007 is featured in the Shaken Not Stirred movie series, which includes three James Bond films in the IMAX theater and an expert speaker at each. Fans can catch Daniel Craig’s debut in Casino Royale on Saturday, 22 August.
For details on attending, visit the museum’s official website.
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