We paid €25 + 200 rubels photo permit for a "two hour tour where we would try on Soviet uniforms and disemble an AK-47". The tour actually lasted only an hour, of which we saw a 20 min video and walked up and down the...More
About Bunker-42 Cold War Museum at Taganka
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My husband and I went to the bunker after paying our money at the tourist information booth in the GUM. After payment I received a sms stating that he had charged us the wrong price and we would have to pay another 1000 rubles per...More
This is an important and memorable stop if you're looking for something unusual to do in Moscow. A real then-top-secret underground control lair for the Soviet army in case of a nuclear attack on Moscow, now a private museum. This a very immersive experience with...More
This is a very cool place to visit. If you like anything that has to do with the Cold War you will be thrilled to visit this bunker.
We booked this tour through On the Go tours and paid ALOT of money for it, so if you are in Moscow, it works our alot cheaper to book directly with the museum and if going directly with the museum then I'd give it a...More
It's a cool place but not for everyone. Mostly for those who would like to recreate the atmosphere of the Cold War and see how it feels . Stalin's bunker , this one he never actually used . It was build underground , in order...More
Im strongly recommended have to visit this place if you in Moscow. You can see many authentic items of Cold War-era.
We were there as part of a group, and unfortunately the tour guide did not have a microphone so many of us couldn't hear what was being described. The video shown gives an interesting perspective on the Cold War. Seems very overpriced.
We took an English language tour of the bunker, I think this is the only option if you are not a Russian speaker. Be warned! - there are a lot of stairs to descend to the -65 metre level and these need to be climbed...More