National Museum of Photography Film and Television


In the year 1983, National Museum of Photography Film and Television was founded, which houses about 3 million items. Its vast collection of items comprise of the first moving pictures of Leeds Bridge dated back to 1888, world's first negative, earliest television footage amidst others. This museum attracts about 750,000 visitors each year that indicates to its popularity.

The museum accommodates permanent galleries, temporary exhibitions as well 3 cinemas (Pictureville Cinema, IMAX, and Cubby Broccoli Cinema) that show a wide range of movies. The movies shown in these cinemas are chosen from the archive of modern as well as classic films.

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