The best historic museume of WW2 A three houers tour in one of the best meuseum of WW2. Lots of naziz gear and wepons,uniforms and other interesting things
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A large collection of military vehicles will pleased the kids and the older. You can also go inside a soviet plane and a jet! the large park is well maintained and pleasant.
If you're into war machines, this is the place for you - the collections are incredible. However , only a little if at all information is available in English, basically everything is explained only in English. Still, worth visiting.
The Patriotic War Museum cost AU $1 and YES its 90% written in Ukrainian. But it is one the the top 3 war museums in the world in my opinion. Exhibitions are set out in different rooms and displayed perfectly. YOU DONT NEED TO READ...More
Lots of military kit but lacking in information in english. Still for the paltry entrance fee it is worth a look. I paid for the photography pass and took a few snaps.
Obviously, the museum is not tailored to Foreign English tourists as everything is in Ukrainian. It would have been good if they had written text in English also, so that you know what the various artifacts meant. There is a bit of history, but nothing...More
Initially I was a little disappointed because this open-air museum is quite small, nonetheless lots of vehicles one close to another, lots of tanks and also a few airplanes... so, you should be interested in history and specifically World War II in order to appreciate...More
If you have an interest in military history or just an interest in peopel make sure you vist this museum. It is a fascinating display of the dark days of WW2 and of the current conflict in Ukraine. Excellent, please go.
This museum painted a fairly comprehensive view of the war as lived by the Ukrainian people. It is large and laid out in different sections devoted to various aspects of the war. As an American, I am familiar with the war from the US perspective....More
The place explains very well the history of Ukrainian people throughout the establishment of the country. Although there are few parts in the museum that are not for children experience.