Camera Obscura – Museum zur Vorgeschichte des Films

Treasures and Museums

Get to see the biggest walk-in Camera Obscura in the world! It was set up in the listed Broich Water Tower at the Mülheim State Garden Show in 1992 by the company Carl Zeiss Jena. The museum invites you to take a fascinating journey through the world of visual perception – with optical illusions and the physical backgrounds of moving images. Since 2006, the tower has also been showing a complete documentation of the prehistory of film on three additional levels, along with unique exhibits from the "S" collection of KH. W. Steckeling.

Combine a visit to the Camera Obscura with a trip to MüGa-Park nearby or Schloß Broich (Broich Castle).

RUHR.TOPCARD benefit

One free entry to the museum and the temporary exhibition as well as to the Camera Obscura demonstration

Additional information

Weddings are occasionally held in the projection room. Visitors will then receive unlimited projection vouchers.

Daily information can be found at: www.camera-obscura-muelheim.de

Price without RUHR.TOPCARD

Euro 4.50

opening hours

You can find detailed information on opening hours and special events here.

Address & Contact

Am Schloß Broich 42
45479 Mülheim an der Ruhr
Tel. 0208 3022605
camera-obscura@mst-mh.de
www.camera-obscura-muelheim.de