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This museum building used to be a workhouse where Charlie Chaplin and his brother stayed  off and on when times were hard. Here the golden age of cinema is kept alive, a huge collection of memorabilia of early cinema and Hollywood fill the rooms of this building. Long before the days of the multiplex and broadband the cinema was perhaps the principal entertainment for the public where the magic of the flickering screen would transport them to a better world. An authentic recreation of the history of the cinema.

It also screens a programme of films which includes both classic films alongside modern ones.   10 minutes both Kennington or Elephant and Castle tubes