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Municipal Museum Cosmic Samara

pr-t. Lenina, d.21 | Metro Rossiyskaya, Samara 443110, Russia
+7 846 263-39-35
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Small but excellent put together

I won't like missing this hour, had an excellent tour, explanations down to the point, a... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Frankfurt, Germany
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Small but distinctive

This museum is interesting for how distinctive it is. Of course the large rocket displayed outside... read more

Reviewed 3 May 2017
United Kingdom
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3 weeks ago
“Small but excellent put together”
26 Aug 2016
“Interested in technology? Then a must!”
pr-t. Lenina, d.21 | Metro Rossiyskaya, Samara 443110, Russia
+7 846 263-39-35
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I won't like missing this hour, had an excellent tour, explanations down to the point, a masterpiece remembering my youth. The objects were showing the real challenges in these days.

Thank Travexperience
Reviewed 3 May 2017

This museum is interesting for how distinctive it is. Of course the large rocket displayed outside is the most obvious thing about it, but the contents are also nicely small and interesting. It is all pretty low-tec stuff, and there is not too much to...More

Thank bob_the_moo
Reviewed 26 August 2016

The museum is relatively small, i.e. an hour or so is more than enough, but worth a visit, especially for people interested in technology and those of us old enough to remember the space race. The museum is easy to find - probably because of...More

Thank Peter J
Reviewed 29 April 2016

Although it makes for a great story, the stinky tour guide (I've forgotten his name) could be in a film on what not to do as a tour guide: Refuse to answer questions, yell at the people in your group when they are asking each...More

Thank Evesmyth
Reviewed 6 January 2016 via mobile

It is an interesting and informative place . So many interesting facts and exhibits ! Excellent guides ! Recommend to visit it for everyone , especially , to families with children

Thank Julia K
Reviewed 30 August 2015

Interesting and informative, but descriptions are only in Russian. Rocket motors were especially interesting. Near tram line.l

Thank AmericanKot
Reviewed 6 May 2015

Althouth the museum only in 4 middle sized halls , that place good to feel staging of running to the stars , was started with first soviet space satellit " Sputnik" and fovard with first man in the space - Yury Gagarin. In front of...More

Thank IvanB2012
Reviewed 8 December 2014

We had the chance to call in on our way back to the airport and spent a hour here but needed longer. The exhibits were great, I got to touch a module that had actually been into space as well as having the opportunity to...More

Thank Stu-n-Pol
Reviewed 22 June 2014

Had great difficulty working out how much to pay. Paid for 4 sets of audio sets in English and got 2 sets and had to share. Sound quality poor and poorly delivered. The museum has a lot of potential but could provide so much more....More

1  Thank KathrynS400SA
Reviewed 29 September 2013

Very interesting museum not only outside, but inside too. It shows different objects of space technology, help children to study modern physics and space itself of course. So, it worth to go.

Thank MariaGustareva
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