Werwolf (Hitler's Military Headquarters)
Werwolf (Hitler's Military Headquarters)
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Kайл із Колорадо
Denver, CO490 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019 • Solo
As someone with a little bit of knowledge about WWII’s eastern front, this was a fascinating site to visit. While the Nazis destroyed much of what existed during their retreat, the on-site interpretive materials tell the story of this place pretty well (in both Ukrainian and English).

The site also told the very important story of Vinnytsia oblast’s Jews at this time, whose Holocaust experience was different in many ways from Jews living in more western parts of Europe.

Many other local points of history are presented along the walking route at Werewolf as well, which puts the war in local context. One point of curiosity was the fact that somehow the swimming pool survived and seems to be in good shape.

I would definitely recommend this site to anyone able to reach it - it’s a short car ride from Vinnytsia’s city center. This would be especially valuable for kids learning about WWII and the Holocaust.
Written 19 December 2019
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Miro D
15 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018
Well, I have to admit, that there is not too much to see in this former Wehrmacht headquarter. There is one museum on the Way here, where are some military vehicles, inside the museum are some weapons, and personal things, like clothes, uniforms, shoes, found around Ukraine. Guide doesnt speak English. Back to Werwolf - currently it looks like a park, with nature trail, by which you can find signboards with quick notes about 2nd WW on Ukraine. For me the most interesting part was swimming pool,
Written 14 August 2018
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Mattia B
Winterthur, Switzerland2 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2017 • Friends
There is a Marschrutka leaving from Vinnytsia main train station to Stryzhavka. The remains are located in a forest close to the village. The entry fee is 20 hvn for adults with discounts for students. A small museum shows some items and information about the local history of WWII. There is not much left of the bunkers and the other buildings but there are very interesting information panels in Ukrainian and English about the place. You can also get a little guide in German. It is very well done and we would recommend it.
Written 25 October 2017
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Natalia D
Rivazzurra, Italy28 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2016 • Couples
There is really nothing to see. The place is tourist attraction and exists only on exploitation of historical fact that there was Werwolf - Hitler's Military Headquarters. Main word is WAS :).

Here is nothing, except the huge concrete blocks that remain from a bunker detonation.

This is attraction for check-in only :).
Written 31 January 2017
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Sergey Z
Turku, Finland6 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2016 • Solo
How to get there:
In the central part of town you can find bus station: "Автовокзал". There is trolley bus stop named after Chernobyl heroes: " iм. героiв Чорнобиля". Wait for trolley number 6, and go on it to the last stop, that named "Меморiал визволення" (2 uah). It will take 10 minutes. Than you must catch a bus to Stryujawka (Стрижавка). F.e. it's bus with number 138. It's in 8km from town. Just ask the driver to stop next to Hitler's nest "Ставка Гитлера". Or show them map, because of their bad English skills. Bus stop named "Кемпiнг" (6 uah). After you will arrive, you must see sign with " Historic memorial complex to Victims of the nazi regime WEHRWOLF" and pointer with 1200 meters count. Go forward, just hit the main road. Next to the next sign with 800m you can enter the exhibition of WW2 military machines (30 uah). Continue walk through the main road and you won't miss it. The enter fee is 10 uah. Go inside and enjoy forest and historical sights :)
Written 20 March 2016
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Construct37
Whittier, CA1,114 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2014 • Family
This review is both for the bunker grounds and for the museum. The bunker itself is just some concrete located in a nice forested area. Interesting but not super riveting.

The museum was much more intriguing. There are plenty of WWII artifacts and they are OK with you handling most of them. You can wear hats and hold guns etc, it is very hands on. I am not sure why it is there but there is even a Russian rocket launched in the on-going conflict in eastern Ukraine. My son, who is eight, really enjoyed this place.

Outside there is a "mess hall" where you can eat military rations. Sadly, this was not open when I was there.

There is a small place to purchase souvenirs. Nothing too special though there are Nazi match books and some interesting coin medallions for very cheap.
Written 13 November 2014
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mega_viktk
Kyiv, Ukraine1,180 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2014 • Friends
Great beauty place is in pine wood. Now at “Werwolf” territories are two museums: Memorial of Nazi victims and” Archeology and guns of WW2”
Written 27 April 2014
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Igor F
Vancouver, Canada37 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2013 • Family
One of the Hitler's most famous bunkers. Unfortunately there's not much left - only huge pieces of concrete, broken steel beams and a swimming pool. However there are info boards with historic photos and historic information about this place that help to imagine how it looked like during WWII.
I think it is an interesting place to see if you find yourself nearby.
Written 15 December 2013
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TheStormyM69
Exeter, UK56 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2013 • Family
A nice day out for a picnic in the woods. But little else to see.
There is nothing but a few lumps of broken concrete. So if you come here expecting to see WWII remains you will be disappointed. Apparently, it is said that the bunker went down at least 7 levels and that Hitler was having "special" experiments carried out in the lower levels. However the underground system was shut off at the upper levels and whilst the lower levels probably remain intact it would prove too costly to unearth them.
So, all in all, it is a pretty woodland walk with picnic tables. There are no public facilities.
Written 6 August 2013
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