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A vast collection of weapons and military objects from the Middle Ages to modern times are displayed at this museum which includes artillery and missile launchers in an open-air exhibit and a small souvenir shop.
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Aleksandrovskiy Park, 7 | metro: Gorkovskaya, St. Petersburg 197046, Russia
All reviews cold war peter and paul fortress armoured vehicles worth a visit two world wars excellent collection non russian speakers interesting exhibits couple of hours large collection on display take photos soviet era entrance fee two hours russian history kalashnikov
Unfortunately we did not have time to go here, but our guide raved about it. We had set sights for our tour, but this was not one of them. We drove past it two days in a row and from the outside it looks spectacular....More
The men and a couple of ladies in our group did this instead of shopping. All agreed that two hours was not nearly enough because there is so much to see. The modern stuff is a change from the mostly American and English weaponry we...More
Great display of centuries worth of military equipment. As like most museums in Russia, you can get up very close to exhibits and pictures are no issue. Descriptions are all in Cyrillic but you can figure out most things from the dates.
Have to admit, my husband and I only went to the Artillery Museum because our 16 year old nephew wanted to. But in the end we agreed it was the biggest pleasant surprise of our trip.
Full disclosure: we arranged a private tour guide for...More
Top of my list of things to see in St Petersburg. Only a short walk from the metro station with the entrance on the river side. Vast amount of exhibits outdoors many I have only seen pictures of before and there they were in the...More
We walked by the Military Historical Artillery Museum on our way to the Peter and Paul Fortress one day. The exhibits outside looked interesting (tanks, missile launchers, cannons, etc.) so we headed back there the next day when we had a few hours to fill....More
This is a fine collection of Russian artillery over the centuries. It goes through the ages of cannons to more modern missile launchers. Don't thing we would want to pick a war against them. A good visit for military lovers.
One of the larger and older military museums, which also implies you'd be better off with a guide to make sense of the more esoteric pieces (such as early steam-powered cannon prototypes, shaming masks, medieval executioner swords, engineering tools and methods, etc). The dioramas are...More