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My girlfriend and I visited the submarine museum whilst in Vladivostok - located on an actual Soviet submarine located, slightly resembling of a statue, on the waterfront by the harbour. The entrance was a little hard to find and it looked closed at first, but...More
The submarine museum is literally a museum in a submarine, between the docks where warships still wait for action and the war memorial that honours the guys who didn't make it back. For 100RUB or so it seemed worth going inside and I was not...More
VERY CRAMPED space but fascinating - I remember talking to the young Russian sea cadets, telling them how cool they were, they didn’t give a rat’s behind. BUT, BOTH the SUB and the CITY were fun. Newer, more modern than some years ago, but still...More
It makes you a bit cringy if youre claustrophobic, but no matter, a travel back in time to experience what it was like to be in an actual submarine makes it all worth the tension. Old photos, uniforms, weapons, medals, and regalia of war were...More
I was prepared for captions in Russian only, but the first section of the submarine was entirely devoted to photos of men, presumably associated with the submarine and its wartime activities.
The back end was more interesting but was half empty. All we saw was...More
Love that green color and great chance to be able to get on board of a real submarine that was very active during WWII. You get to go through tiny doors and see inside. Location is great on the bay/harbor. When we exited the submarine,...More