The House of the Stars remained standing and was declared a Municipal and National Historic Monument thanks to the efforts of a group of neighbors and former employees of Lumiton Studios, which allowed the house to become a museum in 2005.

Through the chalet passed the great figures of the national golden cinema, directors, producers, photographers, technicians, actors, actresses and screenwriters who rested, created, celebrated, and were protagonists of the birth of our film industry. This is how La Casa de las Estrellas gets its name. To visit it is to set foot in the fundamental history of our cinema.

The museum fulfills the important task of preserving and disseminating the history of Lumiton Studios and Argentine cinema. The space has a permanent exhibition on the history of Lumiton and a screening room where cycles, meetings and forums are held.

Through its permanent exhibition LUMITON: EL SELLO QUE MARCÓ EL RUMBO DEL CINE NACIONAL(LUMITON: THE SEAL THAT MARKED THE PATH OF NATIONAL CINEMA) you can travel through the history of the gong seal.

During the summer we continue with free guided tours to our permanent exhibition, this time in three morning hours. In addition, we have the special novelty of “Tour + Film”, which includes the viewing of a different film each week, produced by Lumiton Studios.

Days and times:

2 pm
guided tour (60 min)
3 pm  Lumiton film screening

Wednesday and Friday
11 am
guided tour (60 min)
12 pm  Lumiton film screening

Book your appointment in advance by clicking on the following button and filling out the form.


Guided tours of the museum are coordinated for individuals, schools and institutions. For more information contact us by clicking here.