It already houses the world's largest collection of James Bond cars. Today the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu in the New Forest hosted two James Bond stars - Honor Blackman who played Pussy Galore in Goldfinger, and Richard Kiel who was Jaws in two movies.
They were the guests of honour at the Bond in Motion exhibition, which will end its run there in January. Honor Blackman spoke to Meridian and explained how even now she's asked to speak her lines from Goldfinger from 1964.
The screenwriters of the BAFTA winning James Bond movie, Skyfall, are to receive honorary degrees from the University of Kent tomorrow.
Neal Purvis and Robert Wade will receive their awards at Canterbury Cathedral at 10.30am.
The acclaimed writers have written five James Bond films, including Skyfall, the UK's highest grossing movie.
Purvis studied Film and Photographic Arts, while Wade studied Film Theory and English at the university.
A former James Bond villain is due to visit Hampshire. As the world's largest exhibition of Bond vehicles continues at the National Motor Museum in Beaulieu the actor Richard Kiel, who played Jaws - known for his razor sharp teeth - will meet fans of the films.
He'll also see the collection, which includes three vehicles from the set of the 23rd James Bond movie, 'Skyfall'.
Now, it's the largest collection of Bond vehicles ever assembled under one roof. And it's proved so popular the exhibition at the National Motor Museum in Beaulieu has been extended to coincide with the DVD release of Skyfall.
Martin Dowse cast his Golden Eye over the collection and spoke to Tim Egerton from The National Motor Museum
The National Motor Museum in Beaulieu has built a life-size eight-lane Scalextric track with Bond-style Aston Martins to race round it. Beaulieu is hosting the world's largest James Bond vehicle exhibition, with high-speed bikes and cars straight from the set of Skyfall.
The Bond in Motion exhibition features 50 of the most iconic Bond cars to celebrate 50 years of 007.
VIDEO: Captain Pete Barnes, pilot of the crashed helicopter, describes his role in Bond films. This item was shot in 2002.
Ian Fleming, the writer of the original James Bond novels lived at St Margarets near Dover in Kent. The codename 007 was actually the number of the bus from Dover in Kent to London.
Ian Fleming died in 1964. Since his death authors including Kingsley Amis and Sebastian Faulks have penned James Bond novels.
William Boyd who wrote 'A Good Man in Africa' is to write the next James Bond novel. He has not revealed the plot but says the book will be set in 1969.