Museum of Tales Se-ma-for a unique place where everyone can get to know the unusual world of puppet animation created by the Lodz film studio Se-ma-for.
The museum is one of the most visited cultural institutions in the region. This is confirmed by the Certificate of the Regional Tourism Organization of the Lodz Region for Best Tourist Product for 2010, the essential element of the museum business is to work closely with numerous partners, such as Orange Imax, the Harlequin Puppet Theatre, The Wave Waterpark. Exhibittions collected allow us to go into the world of our childhood heroes - Uszatek the Bear, Colargol or Pik-Pok the Penguin and learn about the latest studio productions also directed to a more mature audience. While visiting the various rooms you can see how technology changed and about the development of stop-motion animation technology over 100 years. The exhibition sets missing pieces from the masterpieces of world cinema, such as "Ichthys" by Brand Skrobecki.
Extremely valuable exhibits are also decorations from the Oscar winning film "Tango" by Zbigniew Rybczynski and "Peter and the Wolf" by Suzie Templeton. The exhibition can also see the sketches, designs for the puppets and sets, stills, photos and movie posters. While visiting the cinema, as part of the museum, you should see the Oscar-winning "Peter and the Wolf," based on Sergei Prokofiev's musical fairy tales, children's films such as "Radostki" which is praise of childhood, as well as outstanding films aimed at an older audience as "Ichthys" or "Danny Boy" by Mark Skrobecki.
ul. Targowa 1/3 B. 24, 90-022 Łódź (entrance from ul. Tuwima 54), PolskaGallery:
Monday - Sunday 10:00-16:00, except Thursdays when the museum is open from 12:00-18:00 hrsTickets adults:
Additional attractions: fairy crossword puzzle - puzzles for kids of characters from fairy tales, fun-called "Complete a teddy bear," consisting in the arrangement of geometric figures, teddy bear or some other form according to your wishes, and a children's teddy puzzle and explorer photographed consists in finding the parts and select them on the map (children receive photos before).