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Deutsches Kameramuseum

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don666 wrote a review Dec 2014
Seattle, Washington145 contributions192 helpful votes
This Germany's largest camera museum located in a tiny town between Nürnberg and Bayreuth in Franconia, part of Bavaria. It has more cameras than you ever dreamed existed---and some of them are amazing. They range from tiny "spy" cameras to 19th century pioneer cameras to promotional cameras by airlines. There's even a working camera made of Legos. My favorite part of the museum was an old-fashioned camera shop (a display, not a working one). When we were there, there was also a photography exhibition about the old East Germany and the opening of the Berlin Wall. Some of the pix were quite moving. There's a small museum shop, and you can even get a (most likely) nonworking camera for free from the museum's "take one" bin. Not sure it would hold the attention of a child, but for teens and adults, it's a find. NOTE: The museum isn't open every day.
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