Having read the other reviews of this museum I have to say I was pleasantly surprised. We found it interesting and enjoyed wandering around at our own pace reading all the very fascinating boards on the history of various film studios. We enjoyed looking at the props from The Borrowers, the Thunderbirds vehicle, and costumes worn in various films by famous stars. At £13.50 each it did seem a little on the expensive side, but this is London! My only criticisms are that all the dvds are playing at the same time in adjacent rooms and the noise means you struggle to hear and concentrate on any one screen as loud music and dialogue coming from a nearby room is drowning out the one you want to hear. One other point is that there is a rather dangerous carpet in one room. My husband and I both tripped over it. I did point it out to a member of staff so I hope this will be dealt with quickly before someone has a nasty accident and sues them.
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