Hidden away near the Elephant and Castle Underground stop in southern London is The Cinema Museum. This rambling collection is geared towards actual cinemas, that is movie theaters, and all the amazing paraphernalia that accompanies them: Signage, posters, projectors, displays, even usher uniforms. It’s worth seeing, and it’s located in what was–over a century ago–one of the workhouses that a young Charlie Chaplin spent time in, before he became famous. It’s definitely worth seeking out (even though every time I go to it, I get lost), but you have to make an appointment for a tour. For more info, please click here.
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