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Narodovolets D-2 Submarine Museum

Shkiperskiy Protok St., 10 | Metro: Vasileostrovskaya, St. Petersburg 199106, Russia
+7 812 356-52-66
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OUT OF THE WAY MUSEUM

The admission charge was 500 RU per person with no additional charges for using a camera. The day... read more

Reviewed 25 May 2017
GranddaddyDom
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Tucson, Arizona
Great museum, charges extra for cameras and closes early without warning

I went to St Petersburg on a 72 hour visit without a visa with St Peterline. The submarine is a... read more

Reviewed 19 October 2016
antonvanold
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Shkiperskiy Protok St., 10 | Metro: Vasileostrovskaya, St. Petersburg 199106, Russia
Vasilyevsky Island
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Reviewed 25 May 2017

The admission charge was 500 RU per person with no additional charges for using a camera. The day we were at the museum there were only a few visitors. As a military history buff with a passion for researching submarines as a weapon of war...More

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Reviewed 19 October 2016

I went to St Petersburg on a 72 hour visit without a visa with St Peterline. The submarine is a short walk north from the dock and hotel where the ferry arrived. The museum charges 350 rubles admission and 100 rubles to take pictures. I...More

1  Thank antonvanold
Reviewed 7 September 2015

The staff is very kind but they speak only russian and all information is in russian. Without your own guide, it's more difficult. At the end of visit, you can see a small exhibition about the tragedy of kursk. If you use subway, it's about...More

Thank Laurent b
Reviewed 16 August 2015

This was a fascinating museum. We were able to use our guide to translate the submarine commander's information about the sub. Understanding how these men lived during the times these subs were used was really interesting.

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