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Experience and view the history of moving images, from shadow theatre to the cinema, with the Tomàs Mallol Collection. An interactive, educational and entertaining exhibition, interesting for all ages.
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I was amazed to visit this museum and find out all the treasures it shows, from the very beginning of Photography's History, going through all the 19th century, until the first films arrive. I had never seen, in Paris, London, Lisbon, Rome, etc., such a...More
Honestly, I liked this museum way more than the art museum and the tour through the cathedral.
There's so much thought put into the three floors of the cinema museum - lots of moving stuff, interactive models of camera obscura and various optical illusions placed...More
This really is the best museum I've ever gone to. I'm a bit of a film buff and love machines however this will please all. The exhibits are well laid out, there is a pleasing amount of interactive bits and it's interesting. What fascinated me...More
This museum is very cool. It includes a lot of cinema history and displays the various tricks that were used to add special effects or filming techniques to a movie before our current technology. Would have loved to see a modern cinema section though, since...More
Extremely impressive collection of artefacts and a very impressive and well organised exhibition. Ducked inside on a rainy day and spent a good couple of hours there. Wasn't expecting such an enjoyable museum
We got in by chance, just parked next to it and went in without any expectations. The museum is quite complete, especially on the early stages of cinema and has some awesome pieces, true jewels...and some toys children can touch
We visited on a Sunday and got in for free. Very educational and interesting for the children and adults also. If you like movies and want to learn more about camera and film making, really worth a visit.
This museum is great! Very interesting and we spent a lot of time here. Surprisingly we passed only 2 other people while we were in there so maybe people are unaware how good it is, but its definitely worth a visit.
This is not to be missed. It is an amazing journey through the development of technology to create moving images. There are brilliant displays of shadow puppetry, zoetropes, magic lanterns, editing machines and cameras. This truly is a hidden gem in the city of Girona.