The Miniature Film Art Museum in Lyon is located in the old streets of Lyon. It collects many classic film art styles, and displays some of the film scenes in miniature. The miniature scenes are very beautifully produced, which is amazing.
The International Museum of Miniature Film Art, a very interesting classic, not only suitable for children, I feel that as an adult, I feel very excited. It has made a lot of me and our classic movies into miniatures, which is really interesting. .
Must go wow! One of the most worth seeing museums in Lyon! The student ticket is 7 euros per person. There are many props used in filming, as well as miniature models and miniature scenes used for filming. Many famous movies, like Harry Potter, Batman, Alien... I have witnessed the props with my own eyes. There is also a video explaining how the special effects of the movie are shot. In short, it is a very interesting museum. There are two rooms in it that are a bit scary and bloody. You can consider it as appropriate~
Is a miniature of the movie world, which introduces the film props and props production, special effects, a lot of famous scene in the movie miniature landscape. Such as "museum wonderful night scenes are taken under a miniature landscape, after the visit to a higher position. King kong Wolf claws, harry potter''s wand, the Chronicles of narnia monster head, etc., these props also take great pains. Museum of the large screen is introduced about the process of making the movie props must calm down to take a look. In addition, the museum is the largest, most real scene from the movie "perfume", the birthplace of the protagonist, perfume shop, make the basement of perfume, etc., have the time, worth a visit!
This surprising gem of a museum will delight children and movie buffs. Hollywood costumes, samurai swords and a full-size Queen Mother from Aliens are scattered throughout the multi-storey exhibition space. Other highlights include the ill-fated triceratops from Jurassic Park and a magic wand wielded by none other than Harry Potter. Set aside three hours for this unique experience. Entry is €9 per adult.
This museum was built by the miniature artist Dan Ohlmann. In addition to exhibiting more than 100 miniature daily life scenes produced by world-renowned artists, it also restored scenes from more than 300 movies with miniature technology, which is amazing. The craftsmanship is exquisite. The Musée Miniature et Cinéma (Musée Miniature et Cinéma) in Lyon, France exhibited a series of nearly 100 miniature film sets. These exquisite works were produced by Dan Ohlmann, the curator of the museum, and many artists in nearly 20 years. Now visitors can feast their eyes and appreciate the sincere works on the day they went to catch the rain in Lyon. The wet weather did not extinguish people's enthusiasm for visiting the museum, and there were even young couples pushing strollers. It took more than ten minutes to queue up to buy tickets. There are some free-to-visit exhibits at the entrance and the front hall. If the tickets are too expensive (8 euros for adults, 6 and a half euros for students), you can open your eyes slightly in the front hall. Of course, this is definitely not enough wow.