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The National Museum of the History of the Ukraine in the second world war is a memorial complex commemorating the German-Soviet war and is situated on the southern outskirts of Kiev. The hop on hop off bus stops nearby and it is a must visit...More
If you are going to Kiev, this place is a must to see. Very well designed, you dont even feel that this is a park where the children are playing and families are enjoying. In addition to those you can see the tanks, guns and...More
A very good museum, underneath the Motherland statue. The staff were excellent, and a free cloakroom and a coffeeshop available, also wifi.
Excellent Audio guide which i would recommend.
Great collection and exhibits, very well presented.
Would suggest 1-2 hours.
I write this particular review as a student of military history, having visited many war-related museums over the years. I appreciate that not everyone is as interested in the subject as me :-) Neverthless, whatever your level of interest this is a world-class museum.
This was one of my highlights when in Kiev. The motherland monument is something to behold and is worth seeing on its own. Other then that there are 3 main things to do here. The first is outside there are loads of tanks,planes and other...More
I’m not a huge fan of wars and wartime stories, however I must say it was interesting to visit it because it was part of a tour ... would I take the trouble to visit it separately, no (but that could be my individual taste)....More
What makes this museum special is the complex itself, it is a time machine back to the USSR. The display about the conflict with Russia makes the museum special for visitors from Western Europa. This museum is must see if war is your cup of...More
We spent an hour or so here - the place is full of interesting information and the exhibits have been well curated, with a lot of thought. We rented audioguides, which was definitely a good idea as there is little explanation in English otherwise. The...More