An indispensable visit for those who want to know all about space adventures. The Cosmonaut Museum follows in the footsteps of space travel from 1920 to the present day. The museum is located near the entrance to WDNCh Park and, due to its architecture, is worth a visit for the variety and scope of its collection.
Under the Monument to the Conquerors of the Universe, a 110m high tower with a symbolic rocket at the top, there is the Cosmonaut Museum, which will impress you. You will discover a museum with many exhibits showing the scientific history of rockets, various means of exploring the universe, as well as the everyday life of cosmonauts from 1920 to the present day.
With your tour guide you will learn about the Soviet supremacy in space, but also the role and current engagement of the Russian Federation in space. You will visit a life-size model of the Mir Space Station and discover the unique characteristics of the various spaceships, including the Soyuz ship.
In addition, your tour guide will tell you stories about the Soviet space conquest. Do you know who was given to one of Strelka's puppies, the second female cosmonaut and a hero of the USSR?