The National Museum of Indian Cinema was inaugurated by Hon’ble Prime Minister of India on 19th January, 2019 at the Films Division Complex, Pedder Road, Mumbai. The Museum is open to the public from Tuesday to Sunday (11 AM to 6 PM) and will remain closed on Mondays and Public Holidays.
The entry fee to the Museum is:
Adults – Rs.20/-
Foreign nationals – Rs.500/-
Children (upto 12 years)
and Students (with I-card) – Free
Parking is available at the Films Division Complex.
There will be film screening daily from 4pm-5pm at the Audi II in the ground floor of the Museum.
The Museum is housed in two buildings – the New Museum Building and the 19th century heritage building, Gulshan Mahal – both at the Films Division complex.. The Museum showcases history of India Cinema and has ample artefacts, digital elements including kiosks, interactive digital screens, information based screen interfaces, etc.
Film properties and costumes, vintage equipments, posters, copies of important films, promotional leaflets, sound tracks, trailers, transparencies, old cinema magazines, statistics covering film making & distribution etc. are displayed in a systematic manner depicting the history of Indian cinema in a chronological manner. NMIC not only provides a store house of information to the laymen, but also help film makers, students, enthusiasts and critics to know and evaluate the development of cinema as a medium of artistic expression.