We are proud to have opened our latest Museum in Covent Garden with an iconic exhibition which celebrates the careers of some of the greatest photographers of all time.Read More
London has been the setting-and often
the star-of films for over a century.
Lights, Camera, London - NOW OPEN
Capturing the Shadows
THE FILM INDUSTRY sprang into life in the 1890s, and after 120 years celluloid is fading out as a production and exhibition medium, as chemical photography gives way to digital imaging.
At this major turning point, our new display CAPTURING THE SHADOWS provides a peep at the old established media – shadow theatre and the optical lantern, photography, and kinetic animation – that each provided an element towards the invention of cinematography.
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Lights Camera, London! UPGRADED
We have been hard at work making some amazing additions and essential maintenance upgrades to our anchor exhibition, Lights, Camera, London!
We are proud to have commissioned the creation of the entire cast of Thunderbirds from the original moulds by artist Vaughan Herriott and the results are outstanding.
The display now sits proudly in the 'London Can Make it' section as the cult TV series was made in Staines, London.
And as if that wasn't exciting enough, they will soon be joined by Captain Scarlet and Captain Black!!!!!!
Coffee & Book Shop
The 'Flower Cellars' are an integral part of the visitor experience, located in an historic part of the Museum.
Relax in the leather armchairs and taste the fantastic coffee served by our in house barista, offering free Wi-Fi, the daily papers and traditional games for all ages.
Fresh bread is baked and delivered daily by the famous 'Little Bread Pedlars' with mouthwatering handmade croissants and legendary chocolate brownies.
The London Film Museums are located at two fantastic locations - Historic County Hall on the Southbank and by the Piazza in Covent Garden.
Open 7 days a week from 10am. Thursday & Sundays from 11am
|We are located in the heart of Covent Garden in the original Flower Cellars. ||London Film Museum |
45 Wellington Street
London WC2E 7BN
Nearest Tube: Covent Garden
Nearest Train: Charing Cross
020 3617 3010
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