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London's new movie museum celebrates the silver screen with props from films such as 'Superman', 'Star Wars', 'The Italian Job' and 'Batman'. The history of British film studios Elstree, Pinewood and Shepperton is explored, there's a gallery dedicated to animation and you can watch interviews with the stars and clips from TV series that made it into film, or have your picture taken on a mini set (photos approx £5). Children can also borrow a camera and script from reception, make their own movie and receive a DVD copy of it (£15). A Beatles exhibition running until the end of 2009 features Getty Images photos of the Fab Four filming 'Help!' and 'A Hard Day's Night', alongside memorabilia including a Rickenbacker guitar owned by John Lennon.



Address: County Hall
Riverside Building
Transport: Tube: Waterloo
Price: £17 (£12 online), £10 concs, £8 children, under-fives free
Opening hours: 10am-5pm Mon-Fri; 10am-6pm Sat, Sun (last adm one hour before closing)
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