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Oleg Antonov State Aviation Museum

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Oleg Antonov State Aviation Museum

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Medova vul. 1, Kyiv (Kiev) 03048 Ukraine
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Mayor of Kiev wrote a review Jan 2021
Kyiv (Kiev), Ukraine4 contributions
Old Soviet civil and military aircrafts. Soviet/Russians Helicopters and Fighters, also passenger aircraft Designed by Soviet Design Bureau in Kiev by famous Russian aircraft designer - Oleg Antonov, who was born in Russia and was native Russian. The elite of the Russian and Soviet aviation engineering school! Kiev is an old Russian city, until 1917 it was a Russian provincial city in the Kiev province of the Russian Empire. In the 20th century, famous Russian aircraft designers - Igor Sikorsky, Sergey Korolev, lived and worked in Russian Kiev. Igor Sikorsky created the famous bombers "Russian Knight" and "Ilya Muromets". The successes of Russian and then Soviet aviation were possible thanks to the strong Engineering School which was created by the famous Russian scientists Zhukovsky and Chaplygin and the first aircraft creator in Russia and the World - Rear-Admiral of Russia Alexander Mozhayskiy.This museum is based on the former military airfield of the Soviet Kiev Higher Military Aviation Engineering Institute, which graduated aircraft's engineers for the Air force of the USSR.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Sam wrote a review Jan 2021
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Knowledgeable staff, most staff speak a moderate amount of English to help with basic questions. Planes are kept in good condition and the history and impact of the planes and their designers are well explained. For the outdoor tours, ensure you dress for the weather and expect windy conditions! The staff and museum have no control over the weather.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Bazza230 wrote a review Dec 2020
Manchester, United Kingdom2 contributions
Went with my pal and wanted to visit and we were not disappointed. They were even filming while we were there. Great open space and able to look around some of the aircraft. Well worth a visit
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Tymofii B wrote a review Oct 2020
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Strongly recommended. For a family visit or for individual one. A plenty of emotions. History of former-SU aviation
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Tacky_tourist_1979 wrote a review Sep 2020
Kyiv (Kiev), Ukraine200 contributions18 helpful votes
What a great place to walk around and view all kinds of historic aircrafts. Old Soviet and Ukrainian aircrafts. Excellent space to walk around. Had the opportunity to walk around in a few planes and helicopters. And the airport next door adds to a perfect backdrop.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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