London Film Museum or The Movieum of London for tourists to explore cinema history, film studios, ‘How Films Are Made’ feature, artefacts on Batman, a spear, Superman tunic etc.
London Film Museum otherwise known as The Movieum of London allows tourists to explore the history of cinema. Tourist can learn about the great film studios, from Pinewood to MGM; and the ‘How Films Are Made’ feature, where tourist can discover the step-by-step process of making a movie. It is also home to some terrific artefacts, including Jack Nicholson’s costume from Batman, a spear from Zulu, and Christopher Reeves’ Superman tunic.
The London Film Museum is the only film museum of its kind in Great Britain, supporting the Film Industry and the talent within it. It was founded and created by Jonathan Sands in Feb 2008 following the success of Star Wars The Exhibition. About 50% of the museum’s collection is from his private archive.
The London Film Museum’s highlights include the ‘Made in Britain’ exhibition, which is dedicated to the blockbuster films that have been made in the UK, including Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Superman, and Alien. There is a special exhibition on the James Bond Film.
Address and nearest tube to London Film Museum
Address: 45 Wellington Street, Covent Garden, London WC2E 7BN
Telephone and Email: 0207 836 4913 Email. [email protected]
Nearest Tube: Leicester Square, Charing Cross, Covent Garden, Waterloo
London Film Museum: Opening hours and Admission Tickets
Opening Hours: Monday to Sundays: 10am – 6pm (last entry 5pm) Open 7 days, Saturdays: 10am – 7pm (last entry 6pm)
Admission Tickets– Standard: Full price – £14.50, Child Ticket – [5-15 years] £9.50, Concession Ticket – £9.50 [Students, 65 + and freedom pass holders], Family Ticket – £38, Under 5 – Free, Audio Tour – £5, Buy Gift package for your loved one for £50 or £100. Please visit the website for updated information
Tickets can be purchased in advance online or at the venue box office daily. There is good access with entrance from street level and a lift to all areas of the museum for disabled guests. The carer will get free access. Personal photography is allowed but with no flash.