Mur du Cinéma
Lyon's cinematic story is told in still-image form here in one of the city's many murals.
Centre d'Histoire de la Résistance et de la Déportation
The WWII headquarters of Gestapo commander Klaus Barbie evokes Lyon's role as the 'Capital of the Resistance' through moving multimedia...
Hangar du Premier Film
This former factory and birthplace of cinema now screens films of all genres and eras in their original languages. From approximately...
Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse
Lyon's famed indoor food market has nearly five dozen stalls selling countless gourmet delights. Pick up a round of runny St Marcellin...
25 rue du Premier Film, 8e · interesting places nearby
Musée Lumière information
Cinema's glorious beginnings are showcased at the art-nouveau home of Antoine Lumière, who moved to Lyon with sons Auguste and Louis in 1870. The brothers shot the first reels of the world's first motion picture, La Sortie des Usines Lumières (Exit of the Lumières Factories ) here on 19 March 1895.