One of the stars of the museum is the location that one can see from miles away as at one time it was a temple with a spire that reaches almost to the moon. The museum includes a walkway that hugs the inner walls going up a couple of hundred feet—if your afraid of heights, stick the the other parts of the exhibit.
Other rooms include a history of film projectors and how images were presented to an audience, then leads one to a review of cinematic milestones complete with props and bios. Takes a couple of hours to go through but well worth the visit.
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