Inside the Gaislachkogl mountain, in the glacier world of Sölden, impressive 1,300 sqm are dedicated to James Bond.
In 2014, director Sam Mendez brought the James Bond actor Daniel Craig to Sölden in the Oetztal valley, to do the 24th secret agent movie "Spectre". A breathtaking pursuit along the Glacier Road was done first, then they went up to the more than 3,000 m high Mt Gaislachkogl. All the scenes were done in the near and inside the "ice Q", the summit restaurant which looks like an ice cube.
In summer 2018, this setting together with the famous secret agent was inaugurated - the cinematic installation occupies two floors and 1,300 sqm of space. Therefore the Obermoser Architect's Office has realised an own building inside Mt Gaislachkogel at 3,050 m a.s.l. The same team of architects is also responsible for the already mentioned "ice Q", the location of "Spectre". This new James Bond World is accessible via an underground tunnel and once there you can immerse yourself in the world of the British secret agent.
"007 Elements" is particularly dedicated to the last James Bond movie "Spectre" and the location of Sölden but also chapters of all other 24 James Bond movies can be watched here. All that is accompanied with a specially produced sound, moreover the two main rooms offer sensational views on the Oetztal alpine world. "007 Elements" is a joint venture of EON Productions, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) and the Bergbahnen Sölden mountain railways. James Bond is back!
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€ 22.00 adults
€ 17.00 young people (15-18 years)
€ 12.00 children (8-14 years)
combined ticket (007 Elements with ascent and descent by cable car):
€ 54.00 adults
€ 49.00 young people (15-18 years)
€ 30.00 children (8-14 years)
free for children under 8 years
Guests with a valid ski pass (in winter) or the Oetztal (Premium) Card need only an admission ticket (not a combined ticket).