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All reviews motherland statue military equipment rodina mat on display large collection english descriptions red army soviet union interesting place to visit audio guide soviet style well worth the visit take photos walk around tanks exhibits perspective
I’m not a huge fan of wars and wartime stories, however I must say it was interesting to visit it because it was part of a tour ... would I take the trouble to visit it separately, no (but that could be my individual taste)....More
What makes this museum special is the complex itself, it is a time machine back to the USSR. The display about the conflict with Russia makes the museum special for visitors from Western Europa. This museum is must see if war is your cup of...More
We spent an hour or so here - the place is full of interesting information and the exhibits have been well curated, with a lot of thought. We rented audioguides, which was definitely a good idea as there is little explanation in English otherwise. The...More
It was just chance that I found this “museum” my final destination was something different, but I’m very happy that I visit this place because on the place big lake very small square is placed many machines from 19s century from early 20s but also...More
The first problem with this Museum is there are no English Exhibits or Guides.. Not good for Foreigners especially as the Museum is set up to show the Heros of the Ukrainian army.
Few Old Tanks and Artillery on show but no readable explanations.
We spent a few hours around the entire grounds of the WW2 museum. The actual museum is a decent size , but mostly in Ukrainian, so we breezed through pretty quickly. We found the outside to be much more interesting. They have multiple statues, monuments,...More
I love this I thought it was awesome. Great exhibition and display.
The history and the exhibits are very well later out and each hall had English texture/leaflet which explained the back ground of the hall from the WW2 to Ukraine getting independence.