German Film Museum
This museum is an effort by the City Council to show everything related to filmmaking in Germany. The art and history of filmmaking is put on display and showed through a set of screens. This process is divided into different sets of time periods, like the modern films of the 20th century and the early classical era. Apart from this the museum holds up to 7000 film copies and collectibles belonging to the famous German film makers like Hans Richter, Lotte Reiniger and Oskar Fischinger. Since its inauguration in 1993, the museum has held an International Festival for Children’s Cinema every September.
Tickets are required for a tour, and rates are;
4.00 for adults, €1.50 for children.
Timings: Tuesday, Thursday - Friday, and Sunday: 10am - 5pm
Wednesday: 10am - 8pm
Saturday: 2pm - 8pm
Address: Schaumainkai 41