One of Germany's finest film museums, the Deutsches Filmmuseum
shows old films from its collections continuously. These can be
viewed on the second floor of the museum while the downstairs rooms
tell the story of Germany's filmmaking history while exhibits are
also on display, including models illustrating how special effects
are shot as well as Emile Reynaud's 1882 Praxinoscope and Edison's
Kinetoscope from 1889. Free guided tours are conducted Saturdays
and Sundays at 3pm.
Address: Schaumainkai 41 Website: www.deutschesfilmmuseum.de (Germany only) Telephone: (0)69 961 220 2 Transportation: Bus 46; U1, 2, 3 to Schweizer Platz Opening Time: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday 10am to 5pm;
Wednesday 10am to 7pm; Saturday 2pm to 7pm Admission: EUR5 (adults), EUR2.50 (children); Film screenings EUR7
(adults), EUR5 (children). Additional charges may apply to
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