We were looking for a museum which would be friendly for a 5 year old child, and ended up enjoying this museum for the entire family. It's arranged in 8 stages across 5 floors, with some dedicated to movie props, masks, and explanation on techniques. This was quite interesting, particularly for the movies we had seen. The upper floors had various miniatures, including many rooms / scenes of rather unusual variety. There were also miniatures of various items such as pastries, shoes, etc. Very interesting to see the meticulous detail on the creation of the items. Also one of my favorites were minuscule cut-outs from paper, which hard seem possible to do via hand.
We really enjoyed the museum, which took around 90 minutes to fully cover. There is one room with horror items which we did not bring our child to (and it was clearly signposted). Also, there were lots of stairs. There was an elevator available, but you needed a key so we opted not to ask.
Definitely worth a visit.