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Borodino Battle Museum Panorama

Kutuzovskiy Ave., 38 | Metro Kutuzovskaya or Park Pobedy, Moscow 121170, Russia
+79035533260
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Incredible battlefield portrayal

A museum of the1812 war with Napoleon and the French army. Starts with a few uniforms and then you... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
PKH624
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Dudley, United Kingdom
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"Wow, I'm really glad you brought me here!" - my bf's comment when he saw the Panorama

I took my English boyfriend to the Panorama because he mentioned his interest in Borodino battle... read more

Reviewed 21 April 2017
Natalia A
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Kutuzovskiy Ave., 38 | Metro Kutuzovskaya or Park Pobedy, Moscow 121170, Russia
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A museum of the1812 war with Napoleon and the French army. Starts with a few uniforms and then you go up to a 360 panoramic display of the Battlefield. As good as any I have ever seen showing the extent of the battle and the...More

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Reviewed 21 April 2017

I took my English boyfriend to the Panorama because he mentioned his interest in Borodino battle and War and Peace. In general the museum creates a clear image of what the Russian culture, the Napoleon war and the generals looked like back then, and also...More

1  Thank Natalia A
Reviewed 11 April 2017

While the story, like most wars, is a sad story, it is delivered in very level headed way. The panorama on the top floor displaying a 360 view of the battle with appropriate props.

Thank Gal E
Reviewed 5 April 2017

The main part of the museum is a huge realistic panorama depicting the Borodino Battle during Russia's war with Napoleon in 1812. It's well done but I don't think it's a must-see if you aren't a fan of panoramas/wars/Napoleon, etc. If you are, you might...More

Thank Tatiana_Ok
Museum P, Owner at Borodino Battle Museum Panorama, responded to this review

Dear guest! We are always glad to meet new panoarama fans in our museum!

Reviewed 4 April 2017

so first how to get here, the easiest way is to take the metro to Park Pobedy and than follow the signs to Park Pobedy and the museum. When you exit the metro you will still be underground and want to turn to the left....More

Thank ChaBrk
Reviewed 28 December 2016 via mobile

A very interesting place to visit if military history or the Tolstoy novel War and Peace is your thing. It is, in essence, a massive painting that is in a 360 degree setting that documents the Battle of Borodino, I had seen it on tv...More

Thank Neil B
Museum P, Owner at Borodino Battle Museum Panorama, responded to this review

Dear guest! Thanks a lot for your good recommendation. We are always glad to have among our visitors those who are interested in history and art. Hope to see you again!

Reviewed 8 December 2016

The museum is medium size. The first floor includes cabinets with military items, portraits of the most important people connected to the 1812 War and the basic information about the key events. The second floor is the panorama itself. Very life-like, impressive image of the...More

Thank lucielu2016
Museum P, Owner at Borodino Battle Museum Panorama, responded to this review

Dear Guest! Thank you for your high recommendation! It's a core idea of the panorama phenomenon to give a feeling of being a part of the painted event. We hope to see again in the Borodino panorama.

Reviewed 11 November 2016

In order to enable the visitor to be part of the battle-field this museum was built accordingly. The usage of same capability applied in Hague (Holland) museum is applied here as well. The idea is to give you the full 360 degrees scene composed by...More

Thank mendi62
Reviewed 12 September 2016

Interesting exhibition around Napoleon's attempts to take Russia. Highlight of the visit is viewing the 150 foot long painting of the battle. Fantastic to see. Its a little bit out of the centre but easy to get to by Metro.

Thank Ann W
Reviewed 18 July 2016

Artist, Historian or simple traveller like myself, you will find the Panorama of the Battle of Borodino fascinating, informative and easy to access. Take the Metro to Park Probedy and walk up the road for five minutes. The detail in the Panorama is meticulous and...More

1  Thank SUE291
Museum P, Owner at Borodino Battle Museum Panorama, responded to this review

Dear guest! Thank you for your hgh recommendation about our museum. Hope to see you soon!

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