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This small but interesting museum was typical of Italians' attention to detail in design. While you didn't learn a great deal, the whole experience was a delight. Apart from anything else, the leather chairs in the little cinema were so comfy, I could have stayed...More
This museum is in the same premises as the Sicily Landing Museum. A short walk from the city centre, only 5 minutes from the train station. Reasonable priced, doesn't take too long to visit (about 1/1.5 hour) and shows the evolution of cinema from the...More
a good choice to spend like 1.5h indoors on a rainy or hot day. gives you a good general overview about movie making and reminds you on many great movies from the past. but don't expect too much as its rather a small film museum...More
We didn't know what will find us in there, but gave it a try and didn't regret it. At the begining we saw different kind of cine-projectors from the past and it was very interesting. The best was the old posters, the inside cinema with...More
Good museum to see old cameras, movie projectors etc. There is a short movie you can watch in Italiannwith English subtitles showing different movies. Very interesting and good place to spend some time. Loved the God father room.
If you like cinema this is the place to go. Personal presentation, lots of stuff, rooms buildt as original movie (I loved the Godfather studio). I came to the complex only for the "museum of landing" and it was worth it to go there.
This museum is part of a very unique 4 museum complex. A series of buildings that were used a sulphur refineries were reclaimed and converted into this very interesting complex. It is an easy 30 minute stroll to get there. If you are at Via...More
I was treated to a personalized presentation through the two floors of displays. The layout is very a informative panorama of cinematic development. A 15 minute film in the middle of the tour was both educational and entertaining. Several exacting recreations of film sets give...More
If you are interested in the history of film you will love this little museum. For 4 euros, you get a personal guided tour. Sadly, it is only in Italian, but the guide spoke slowly and simply for me because my Italian is okay but...More