Yes, I had a morning to spare, so I decided to visit this museum; if you are in vessel/war stuff this is definitely worth a visit. The price is negligible, but the submarine is really cool, I strongly suggest it.
About B-413 Submarine Museum
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I really enjoyed going into this old submarine. There are lots of rooms to explore. There are low ceilings and difficult areas to stoop through, so be careful. It was cool to see the submarine itself, as well as photos and small historical exhibits about...More
I really enjoyed my visit to the museum and especially the chance to walk/climb through the sub! I was there on a rainy Thursday morning and was the only person in the submarine so had the chance to take my time looking around. As others...More
We visited it with few colleagues during some kind of celebration nearby and it was quite amazing to see how such an old submarine looks like, mainly from inside. I am arround 190cm tall and it was very difficult for me to move over there....More
Spent a terrific hour while roaming the narrow corridors, peeking inside the sailors' sleeping quarters, the lavatory, the kitchen, the community rooms, and other spaces. An awesome amount of ironmongery, miles or wires, cables, and pipes. Interesting information through audio guide, however, in Russian only....More
Very nice if you are in a movie ww2. the tropedo tubes with red star. There is a guide but in russian. I'v been in tallinn in the lembit a sub from the 1930 but this one is much bigger
Just by stepping down few steps into the submarine's lower deck you can tell from the smell all is original... Having served at the Navy myself I was moved to take a trip back in time and highly recommend you to do this trip -...More
A fascinating step back in time inside a Foxtrot class Submarine. Exhibits have some English translation so gives you a good insight into a cold war submarine. This is not for anyone who is isn't flexible as you have to climb through small hatches and...More
Nothing much to see inside. A lot of tourists apparently do find this place fascinating but for some reason I din't. Although its for sure worthwile to walk around this area to have a brief look.
Very nice insight to see a submarine from the inside, nicely presented museum, you go through the submarine and discover how people worked/lived on it. Nice for kids as well, also part of a bigger museum, where you can also view other ships. Careful if...More