Museums are free and parking lots are free. The exhibition hall is rich in content and can not be seen for a day. Suitable for research or like the film with small partners to visit, forget the time, calm down to enjoy slowly. I'm looking forward to seeing some big screen movies and special films when I go back.
The Film Museum exhibition area is mainly divided into six exhibition areas, namely the preface hall, the invention of films, the birth and early development of Chinese films, Chinese films in the period of revolutionary war, the creation and development of new Chinese films, and several exhibition halls of Chinese films in the new period of reform and opening-up.
It's very interesting, it's worth going, and it's totally free. Just bring your ID card. Movie museums are divided into several layers, which are basically introduced in chronological order and in the order of development of Chinese films. The most interesting thing is the cartoon, which brings me back to my childhood. Thank you for the movie. Thank you for the Movie Museum.
I missed seeing it very early, because it is said that we need to make an appointment in advance, the location is relatively remote, and it takes a long time to make a trip. Actually, we don't need to make an appointment. There are not many people going there on weekends. Maybe there are more students in summer vacation. It is also free. We have a lively lesson from the history, culture, historical stars, director's film technology and so on. It's worth visiting. It's a lot of content. We need to hurry up a little.
Located in Nangao, Chaoyang District, the location is somewhat skewed. Buses need to walk to get there. Driving is more convenient. Online booking is free of charge. A total of four floors, exhibiting a lot of old things, film development and production introduction along the way, is also suitable for taking children to go.
Book tickets online, free of charge. It shows the history and props of film development, as well as film scenes, and sees many old artists and film workers. It is also suitable for taking children to visit. You can also watch movies. It's cheaper than outside. Take the subway, take the bus, and then walk for a while. The traffic is not very convenient.
Geographical location is more biased, self-driving is more appropriate, there are many parked on both sides of the road. The Chinese Film Museum is a relatively small museum. Ticket free, but advance online booking, with ID card to collect tickets. The trend of the museum is magnificent, with rich exhibition items and exhibits. The development of Chinese film and the history of each period are introduced in detail.
A very surprising choice. Look at the evaluation quite general, hesitated to go. It's really worth it. Especially in the process of making movies, children are very knowledgeable. Those clothes, props, scenes, makeup, post-production, each enough to introduce children for a while. Old movies haven't been seen or heard of. It's interesting to watch. It was a great experience to see bears in the downstairs cinema.