Bunkier V-3
Bunkier V-3
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Sanbalator
Szczecin, Poland265 contributions
Aug 2022 • Family
A it of history squized into one room. So many items from ww2. Shame that the underground places that have been discovered with geo radar are still uncovered.
Written August 9, 2022
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brit933
Solbjerg, Denmark212 contributions
Jun 2021
The walk was quite easy, and the board explaining the story was both in Polish, German and English but there was not much left to see
Written June 12, 2021
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Lukáš K
Prague, Czech Republic26 contributions
Aug 2019 • Couples
Ok, lets say that for that price is even acceptable. But, to see the V3 technical parts, polygon, u dont need to pay 6 zlt and take a walk aroun od blue line, u can found that tournin maps. And museum which is there it doesnt make any sense, and i can say that im interest in history of ww2. For me that was waste of time and money.
Written August 22, 2019
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Andreas K
Stavanger, Norway5 contributions
Aug 2019 • Family
The visit was a waste of time and money. the staff were sour and unwelcoming. The exhibit was of poor quality. The staff could not a word english. Nor were the explanations written in English. It should not be allowed to take payment for so little. Everyone has seen a German helmet before.

The forest was very nice. You can visit the forest with out paying 👌
Written August 1, 2019
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Neil S
Woking, UK125 contributions
May 2017 • Friends
Tiny little museum but interesting nonetheless. We were allowed to try the helmets and guns. Don't go too far out of your way but if you are passing through and have 20 mins then pop in.
Written May 31, 2017
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Gabriela N
Calgary, UK6 contributions
Sep 2016 • Couples
Zalesie, around 10 km from Międzyzdroje, is a place where Germany installed 3 experimental V-3 weapons, German WW II supergun, to be used to bombard London.

Today one can visit a mini-museum that is located in a bunker with lots of military documents and stuff and also climb up the hill to see the remains of V-3 ramps. The museum "tour" is run by extremely knowledgeable guy that can answer all the questions you have. Small place today but with great importance in history and definitely worth a visit.
Written September 18, 2016
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Christian H
Trelleborg8 contributions
Sep 2013 • Family
It is a very small place and not much to see however it is still very important piece of the history. It is located in miedzydroje which is on the way to polish national park.
Written September 7, 2013
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NLoriel
Pruszkow, Poland82 contributions
This is really a small site, but it is of high importance for all interested in German WW II Wunderwaffe developements. The Zalesie Installation near Miedzyzdroje (Misdroy) is where the V-3 superguns were first deployed and tested before an attempted move to Mimoyecques and Lampaden.
What now remains of this site is a small munitions bunker converted to mini-museum (cheap as dirt, around 1 EUR per person) and a food/memorabilia shop... ant the place where the guns were installed.
The cannons were mounted on a steep hill slope and you can still see two large series of concrete slabs that used to be their bases. It's just a short walk uphill from the bunker and through the trees, and you can get here even when the "museum" is closed.
The museum itself is but a room in the bunker; it contains a collection of military stuff found on site - old pistols, rifles, gas masks, a Panzerfaust etc. - and you can touch and play with most of the equipment.
It's more of a place for a military history fan than for everyone, but it's still worth a visit if you're nearby.
Written August 25, 2010
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