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10-Z is the most highly classified nuclear fallout shelter in Brno from the Communist era to protect the city's and region's representatives. It had been built during the Nazi occupation as a civil defense (Luftschutz) shelter from U.S. and Soviet...more
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The bunker's been destroyed by vandals and went through a light reconstruction. Most of the corridors are closed. The ones that are open have very little to see or to watch. the restaurant is poor, even the coffee was awful.
Just a 2 minute walk from the Old Town and 160kc pp. Receptionist will give you info on how the bunker is mapped and a brief introduction on it's history. This bunker museum demonstrates goings on during the Cold War period with the tunnels in...More
A good tour, with time to spend looking at the precautions taken in Cold War times in case of the horrific consequences of nuclear war.
Being able to take your time looking at authentic tv and recordings of the time enables visitors to maybe experience...More
This is really cool to see. the kids and ourselves really enjoyed the visit. you wander through by yourselves and there is different tv points giving information. you can try on the different outfits and the gas masks. worth a visit. About 15Euro for family...More
This was an interesting place to visit. With old tv sets playing information and able to try on the old military uniforms and gas masks. It was a blast from the past with a small café at the end of the tour. It was fun...More
10-Z Bunker is a nuclear shelter that was used during the last couple of years of World War II. Now converted into an interesting museum, visitors can walk through via a self-guided tour checking out artifacts from the WWII era walking through the gloomy tunnels....More
Small tour where you are pretty left to work it out yourself.
Few little bits translated in English, the rest in Czech only.
If you are really interested and want to know the history you’re better off hiring a guide or book the organised tour...More
war history fans would find here all kinds of relics for quenching their curiosity for WW warfare, others who love vintage stuff, would cherish themselves at the sight of plenty of retro objects/designs...again others who are fans of postapocalyptic ambiance would find themselves fantasizing while...More
If you are interested in military history, the Cold War and secret tunnels and you are visiting the Brno area, this is a must. If such things give you the creeps, then this is best avoided. I think we would have enjoyed the visit more...More