The Museum of Cinematography is the only museum of this profile in Poland.
It is located in the Źródliska Park, in the nineteenth century palace of Karol Scheibler, one of the most important Lodz industrialists, because of his wealth and the scale of production known as the "Cotton King".
The museum collects posters, numerous photographs from the movies, stage props such as a Paris street with historic, nineteenth-century houses, part of "the room Chrysothemis" from the set of "QUO VADIS" by Jerzy Kawalerowicz, dolls, interesting silicone and plasticine models and skeleton frameworks - presenting the workshop of the animated film, about a thousand movies on film and video tapes, technical equipment, including antique cameras and projectors, including the famous "OKO" by Kazimierz Pruszynski, tape recorder of the Swiss company "NAGRA" by Stefan Kudelski, many items related to cinema as well as an old original peepshow in operation (not an adult one!).
At the museum there is the Cinematograph Movie Theatre, which shows the Polish pre-war films, documentaries, animation and contemporary art cinema.
CC licence: some rights reserved by PolandMFAAdress:
pl. Zwycięstwa 1, 90-312 Łódź, PolskaGallery:
open on Tuesdays from 10:00-17:00 hours, 9:00-16:00 Wednesdays, Thursdays 11:00-18:00, Saturday 9:00-16:00, 11:00-18:00 weekends, closed on MondaysTickets adults:
- Free admission on Tuesdays
- Optional museum guide 50 PLN