Moved in 1969 to the cellars of the Palais des Beaux-Arts, this film museum is not only a fascinating museum (admission is ... More
Filmmuseum/Musee du Cinema
Moved in 1969 to the cellars of the Palais des Beaux-Arts, this film museum is not only a fascinating museum (admission is free), but it also houses two theatres. Within the museum exhibition, you can discover the primeval history of cinema shown in 40 display boxes, demonstrating early innovators' efforts to get moving images onto the big screen. The two small theatres show five films a day, generally surrounding a theme. In the smaller of the two theatres, there are two silent movies shown each day, accompanied by live piano music. Admission: Free.
It is located near the famous Sorbonne University and is one of the best examples of 15th century architecture. The
museum showcases armor, chests, ivories, mirrors, and hangings which were gathered by Alexandre du Sommerard to portray the Medieval ...
Pathe les Galeries is for all you film lovers! Enjoy watching the latest blockbusters, all under one roof. This well
equipped multiplex has eight separate screens and hosts innumerable movies every week. This complex shows only the biggest films, ...
This annex of the Musee Fabre is situated on the Esplanade Charles de Gaulle not far from the museum. It
hosts temporary exhibitions on particular themes throughout the year. Recent exhibitions have included the contemporary painters Soulages and Delaroche. ...