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Museum Pamyat

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Museum Pamyat

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Pavshih Bortsov sq., 2, Volgograd 400131 Russia
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Sightseeing Private Tour Hero-city Volgograd

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The tour “Hero-city Volgograd” will take you to the most memorable sights devoted to the World War II.<br>Your personal tour guide will help you to build up a complete picture of the events that took place in the city during the war and your personal driver will help you to enjoy this day even more.<br>You will visit Mamayev Kurgan, Square of Fallen Fighters, Central Embankment of 62nd Army, Square of Vladimir Lenin, Pavlov's House, Alley of Heroes and others.<br><br>• Guaranteed skip-the-line entrance
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Barbebleue44 wrote a review Dec 2019
London, United Kingdom3 contributions
Very interesting museum with lot of details about the battle of Stalingrad but also about the town before and after the war. German side and Russian side.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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pope86 wrote a review Aug 2019
Novosibirsk, Russia625 contributions35 helpful votes
Definitely worth visiting while you are in Volgograd. Has a good collection of pieces from the war and dioramas. It was interesting to visit the place General Paulus lived during the siege of Stalingrad. You can request the start presentation to be done in English which is good. It is easy to miss the entrance to the museum as it's tucked off the main street but use the picture to identify the entrance.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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sr.rb wrote a review Jun 2019
Florida87 contributions64 helpful votes
The multimedia presentation (in English, on request) is much better than a circular painting. Also, authentic historic location of museum and English signage. I spend longer here than the much larger Panorama Museum.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Phil A wrote a review Sep 2018
Stockholm, Sweden17 contributions5 helpful votes
Fantastic real like atmosphere re-created in the dingy cellar premises combined with an array of artifacts to rival the Panorama museum which the State has naturally aired with a dignity and respect due to those who witnessed the 200 day battle zone. The Paulus museum was the stand out memory of our 14 day Volga trip and I am in no way a WWII buff. Panorama has English audio but no English translation of the artifact/showcase description whereas Paulus has English. Bonus, Costs 1/3 of Panoramas entrance ticket and I could take photos free of charge.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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VillaLuro wrote a review Sep 2018
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If you go to Volgograd, you cannot miss this museum. It is small, but it contains a good collection of material from the war. Its exibits are very well presented, and have descriptions in Russian adn English. You can easily spend a couple of hours in it.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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