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We decided to visit on the last day not expecting much. For me it was a perfect museum especially if you are interested in the 1992 civil war, communism, the 2nd World War, Stalin and everything else that Moldova has endured.
The displays were vivid,...More
I was looking forward to visiting the military museum however it was disappointing. There was some interesting displays but hardly anything written in English or Romanian.
We spent about an hour in the museum.
No student discount, 10 leu for admission and 10 leu for...More
We were the only 2 visitors in the museum when we arrived. We first looked around outside, where there are some tanks, guns and an aircraft. The outside section is free.
Inside, it only cost about 10 lei, very cheap. We were escorted around the...More
We were very fortunate that we visited when it was really quite and one of the museum staff escorted us around the exhibits. She didn’t speak English but ensured we got the most from what was on offer.
The rooms are arranged in a timeline...More
I was the only one in the museum when I decided to visit. It costs 10lei - which is a bargain hence why would you not visit? Some of the displays on the top floor are very dated and over half the displays do not...More
This museum is chaotic, not hugely catering to foreign visitors but you can really transform yourself to the tragic era(s) of the Moldavian history and that of the nations which were once a part of the Soviet Union.
Our family went on a Sunday afternoon. The museum is very dark and they wouldn't turn on the overhead lighting making it impossible to see the exhibits. The military equipment in the yard is very cool...lots of big guns, mechanized vehicles and tanks....no cost to...More
Pretty cool museum, lots of displays and weaponry. Outside are a number of old tanks and jets, inside the tour starts in chronological order with authentic and sometimes disturbing exhibits including the Moldovan war and also footage from ww2 which I've never seen before. Lots...More