Cinemas in Munich: Museum Lichtspiele „Museum Lichtspiele Muenchen“ von Gamsbart - Eigenes Werk, Wikimedia Commons

Cinemas in Munich: Museum Lichtspiele

By  Monday, 21.3.2016, 20:06    Cinemas in Munich

The Museum Lichtspiele in Au, close to the Deutsches Museum cinema is the second oldest cinema in Munich; the oldest one is the Gabriel Filmtheater, that’s still in business. It first opened in November 1910 and it has been operating ever since.

Located between S-Bahn stations Rosenheimer Platz and Isartor, this small, snug old style cinema is cult in Munich and shows blockbusters as well as art films. All films are shown in their original version. They also hold a very special record: they have shown the "Rocky Horror Picture Show" daily for 27 years now. The Museum Lichtspiele is fully accessible for wheelchairs.

Opening hours: daily 15 minutes before first showing

Monday: €5 for all films (if Monday is a bank holiday, this applies to the following Tuesday)

Thursday 10.20 sneak preview (€5)

Address: Lilienstraße 2, 81669 München


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