Museum für Film und Fernsehen
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Museum für Film und Fernsehen information
Germany's film history gets the star treatment at this engaging museum. Explore galleries dedicated to pioneers like Fritz Lang, ground-breaking movies like Leni Riefenstahl's Nazi-era Olympia and legendary divas like Marlene Dietrich. The TV exhibit has more niche appeal but is still fun if you want to know what Star Trek sounds like in German.
Admission is free from 4pm to 8pm Thursdays. The museum is part of the Filmhaus, which also harbours a film school, the Arsenal cinemas, a library, a museum shop and a bistro.