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Visited while driving through Lithuania. There is parking available at the site. The displays have lots of (sometimes too much) information. But there is also a great audio guide, which I enjoyed. The site is a little kitschy (mannequins in uniforms), but the facility itself...More
This former soviet missile base is mostly revealed through its several underground displays and settings. Occasionally, the narrative wanders a bit off piste but there are some genuinely thought-provoking moments realised through multi-lingual displays and a good quality audio-guide in english. There is the occasional...More
Another incredible ‘eye-opener’ when visiting Lithuania. A nuclear ballistic missile base only dismantled a few years ago by the Russians, yet based in Lithuania.
Today it is a museum and whilst centred in the middle of nowhere, and after talking to locals who knew nothing...More
The museum is in the middle of the national park Plateliai, which is phenomenal. However, the Cold War museum got reconstructed a few years ago and it is very interesting, you can take guided tours in different languages or you go by you own, all...More
Interesting museum with detailed descriptions of the cold war history and facts. The location is amazing, as it is the first soviet missiles bunker ever built. We had the audio-guides which provided additional informationto the visit!
Newly-renovated museum with new interactive elements. The guided tour leads through several rooms of the thermonuclear missile silo, together showing the authentic findings and stories. The tour also included visiting the actual silo!
This place was a recommendation from a friend who has been before. As this was an actual working missile site during the cold war, it is hidden away in a forestry area within reach of Lake Plateliuez. The area is stunning so even if you...More
I was the only English-speaking person of about 40 people in the group. I was given an English audio guide which served me well. The tour is led by lady who grew up in the area. The tour takes an hour and tours run every...More
You have a compulsory guide at this attraction. As previous reviews have mentioned it is a very interesting cold war exhibit. The problem is you do not get enough time to look and read everything. We were constantly asked to move on to the next...More