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Bunker Museum

Universitetskaya St., 2 A, Kaliningrad 236040, Russia
53 65 9346 05 93
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A small bunker with historical displays from WW II. Cheap entrance, but that is about all the... read more

Reviewed 3 October 2017
Drammen, Norway
A solid visit

The idea of the museum was pretty cool, but obviously being a bunker, it was pretty small. There... read more

Reviewed 9 May 2017
Moscow, Russia
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Universitetskaya St., 2 A, Kaliningrad 236040, Russia
53 65 9346 05 93
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Reviewed 3 October 2017

A small bunker with historical displays from WW II. Cheap entrance, but that is about all the positive I've got to say about this museum.

Thank Henningsund
Reviewed 9 May 2017

The idea of the museum was pretty cool, but obviously being a bunker, it was pretty small. There was a price listed at reception for an audio guide, but I was told that this was unavailable. So, unless you completely understand Russian, you'll have to...More

Thank conansmeeth
Reviewed 9 August 2016

Many displays of the bunker built in a month for German command but the city surrendered within a couple of months. Many static displays, narrow hallways and little "cells" designed for high command safety. worth a stop

Thank garlec
Reviewed 14 July 2016

Very intresting museum about the last days of the germans in koningsberg. Comander otto lash has spent his last days here. Ik you come from the main street, you have to walk trough a flat into the park. Only the info is in russian. Ik...More

1  Thank marcelbok
Reviewed 29 June 2016 via mobile

Well worth visiting, the "Otto Lasch Bunker" situated underground in Kaliningrad. Build during WW2 by the Germans, when Kaliningrad was part of East Prussia and called Konigsberg. Plenty of interesting items to see, displayed in the small individual rooms of the bunker. Also included above...More

1  Thank Tony M
Reviewed 19 June 2016

The bunker was the underground command post of the German general Otto von Lasch during the Battle of Königsberg in 1945. The Germans had a long history in the city lasting 689 years. Interesting museum well laid out.

Thank thesmdm
Reviewed 10 June 2016

Small. well hidden museum. Must see for WWII history fans, not really important for others. It's located in real nazi bunker, so you fill find some unique atmosphere there.

1  Thank Nick K
Reviewed 27 May 2016

Visiting the Bunker Museum was one of the big highlights of my visit to Kaliningrad. It had some excellent displays and a lot of information about the fight for the city. It also gives insight into the conditions in which the German soldiers lived and...More

Thank bobca1947
Reviewed 4 May 2016

Must do in Kaliningrad to learn about the town's history and how Kaliningrad was taken by Soviet troops. Best museum I've been to in Kaliningrad! Good information in English and nice reconstitutions. Also nice for kids.

1  Thank Florence M
Reviewed 14 September 2015

a piece fo history anybody would love to be part of. it has been very well preserved and well documented. the life like dolls and the settings have been retained to give it the same feel. must do when in town.

1  Thank kodasrivatsa
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