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Deutsche Kinemathek - Museum fuer Film und Fernsehen

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Potsdamer Str. 2, 10785 Berlin, Germany
+49 30 3009030
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We had been told that this place was worth a visit but to be honest it was a little bit of a disappointment to both of us. There were a lot of great photos of various stars and later on before complete apathy kicked in,...More

Thank AndyAMT
Reviewed 5 October 2018 via mobile

Fantastic museum for anyone who loves cinema but especially anyone with an interest in German silent movies. Not only are the exhibits interesting but the layouts are beautiful and impressive to look at too, especially the mirrored room on entering.

Thank TheSmu
Reviewed 21 September 2018

A really great place to visit if you like movies. The museum is quite big, has many different options to experience it - to see, to touch, to listen. Big display on Marlene Dietrich, German cinema history. The entrance is probably the most interesting entrance...More

Thank WeirdMonday
Reviewed 17 September 2018

It's a gem for people who are interested in history of the film - especially in German silent cinema. Interestingly organized with a lot of information and unique photos, objects and footages. Also, located in amazing, modern building.

Thank KatOkonska
Reviewed 7 September 2018

I managed to score a Thursday night visit for free, as I just happened to be there at the right time. What will you see? Think Fritz Lang and "Metropolis", Tom Tykwer's "Run Lola Run" with Franka Potente, "Nosferatu" the vampire, "Das Boot" and Wolfgang...More

Thank seagullrob
Reviewed 27 August 2018

Even if you are not able to go on a Thursday this museum is really worth a visit. You are immediately overwhelmed by the way in which mirrors create an incredible effect of illusion and unreality. Just this mirror hall makes a visit to this...More

Thank Charl0tte01
Reviewed 8 August 2018

I'm not very interested in such musuems, but decided to visit on recommendation anyways. Found it quite interesting. I didn't realise that film and TV had played such a part in history, and it was interesting to learn about it!

Thank 943adip
Reviewed 26 July 2018 via mobile

Well made museum of the history of german cinema. You are led trough different epochs of cinema history in a visually stunning way. I recommend going if you love cinema or history. The souvenir shop was pretty ordinary, if you don't enjoy reading books about...More

Thank dannejuno
Reviewed 28 June 2018

Not sure we had set out to visit this museum, but it was a cold wet day and we were here, so we went in. Nicely laid out and good to wander around.

Thank ronniebignell
Reviewed 10 June 2018 via mobile

What a great place this was to visit! I think it’s the closest I’ve ever got to an actual Oscar! A must for any fans of German films or cinema in general. You eve get to see the model of the Molly Aida used in...More

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Mattison W
27 January 2017|
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I seem to recall that the entry fee was very good, 7 Euros. This is for all the permanent exhibits and special exhibits which are happening at the moment.