The Lumiere Museum has exhibitions of many early filmmaking tools. It also introduces the life and deeds of Lumière, a great filmmaker. He can be regarded as a Frenchman who has made great contributions to human development.
The Lumiere Museum is a very natural venue. This museum has a large collection of cultural relics. The museum is in good condition and has a long time to visit here. It has a four-story structure and a small open space in the middle ring.
[View] The view here is good
[Fun] It's quite interesting
When we visited the Lumiere Museum, we were conquered by so many technological exhibits (cameras, projectors, lenses, etc.), and we really spent hours admiring these exhibits. We look forward to knowing more stories about the brothers who created the movie. In fact, we learned from here that their efforts in creating and developing films took more time than making the film itself. Therefore, it also confirmed the focus of this exhibition. Even so, their movie clips were still aired. In any case, no one can miss this museum, even those who are not interested in the history of filmmaking at all. Many of the signs here do not have English translation, so I strongly recommend that you rent an electronic guide (3 euros). One thing is nice: this museum allows photography (but not flash photography), and allows you to take photos.
Lumiere museum, founded in 1982, set up in belong to the lumiere brothers father four layers of the castle, the figure of Ann castle, here is the birthplace of the film, here you can see the lumiere brothers amazing movie invention collection. In the garden, the former warehouse turned into a movie screens. Where the lumiere brothers test showed the first film. At the time, this is Europe''s largest photographic plate making factory.
For my love for films! That's why I went there.
The Lumiere Museum is located in the southeast of Place Bellecour in Lyon. It is the former residence of the Lumiere brothers, the inventor of the movie. The museum shows the origin of the film industry with rich and detailed materials and objects. In 1895 the brothers created a precedent for modern cinema in Lyon. They shot the world's first movie here. Opening hours Tuesday to Sunday 11:00-18:30. Tickets are 6 euros for adults and 5 euros for under 18 years old. Get off at Monplaisir-Lumière station on line D.
Don't miss these valuable national treasures after entering the museum. It's magnificent, but it's too big, even if you are walking around, it's very tired.