For your eyes only -- well, and those of thousands of other visitors -- at London's Imperial War Museum is a new exhibit on Ian Fleming and his most famous secret agent, James Bond. The exhibit, "For Your Eyes Only: Ian Fleming and James Bond," marks the 100th anniversary of Fleming's birth and includes such objects as the author's desk and chair from the Jamaica home where he wrote the Bond novels, as well as clothes and gadgets from the films. You'll find props and costumes from the movies too. Admission is about $16 for adults. The exhibit runs until March. Lambeth North and Waterloo are the closest Tube stations. Info: london.iwm.org.uk.
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