Filmmuseum Potsdam

 

in short

Welcome to Filmmuseum Potsdam! Experience film history from Babelsberg and around the world in the city‘s oldest building.
Marstall
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Filmmuseum Potsdam

in detail

The Marstall (the royal stables of the Prussian kings), built in 1685 as an orangery, was given its current look in the 18th century by Sanssouci′s architect Knobelsdorff. Since 1981, the film museum and a café reside in the beautiful baroque building. The museum, formerly the "Film Museum of the GDR", was put under the administration of the Federal State of Brandenburg after 1989.

The permanent exhibition as well as travelling exhibitions introduce visitors of the Marstall to the world of film. The cinema offers several screenings per day. Our constantly growing collections on the Babelsberg film history are a rich source for scholars and exhibition curators.
Marstall
Admission
Permanent Exhibition: 4,50 / 3,50 EUR Permanent + temporary exhibitions: 7,00 / 5,00 EUR
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Visitor entrance

Marstall
Breite Straße 1A
14467 Potsdam
Germany
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In 2013 we are renewing the Marstall building’s fire protection.
The objects of our permanent exhibition are currently stored away.

We will be happy to welcome you again as our guests from spring 2014 on.

Our collections are still available and can be visited on request:
Collections Department of Filmmuseum Potsdam
Pappelallee 20
14469 Potsdam
P +49-(0)331-56704-0 | collection@filmmuseum-potsdam.de

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