Situated within a very short walk from the Postdammer Platz station this museum is housed within The Sony Centre.
It chronicles the history of German film and television from the silent era to modern times and has props from such epic films as Metropolis and costumes once belonging to Marlene Dietrich.
Audio guides in English and German are included in the cost of admission which we got a 25% discount with the Berlin Welcome Card. The guides are so simple to use as you just point the guide at the button and press a button on the guide.The museum taught me a lot about German cinema which was the man focus but could have done with more on German TV. There is a video booth section with a very limited selection of TV shows to watch but we did not bother.
The museum is suitable for all ages with an interest in Film and TV but has very little interactive areas for pre teens.
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