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Bunker 703 art space

Tourists and residents of the capital, casual passers-by and onlookers, walking along the streets of Zamoskvorechye, do not even suspect that the once secret "Bunker 703" is hidden under their feet. And today anyone can go down there.

Learn the history of the mysterious bunker "Bunker 703" provides an opportunity to learn how Moscow actually works below ground level

The Museum of Modern Fortification "Bunker 703" is located in the space where for several decades the protected special archive of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was located.The archive was created at the time when weapons of mass destruction appeared, - it was necessary to protect documents of special state importance. They decided to store them in a buried structure, for which the bunker was built.

Until recently, secret experts worked here and the most important international secrets of our country were kept. Visitors were allowed here only in 2018, when the authorities recognized the object technically obsolete.

Behind the massive security doors lies an out vintage soviet era equipment. Visitors will get acquainted with the technologies and artifacts of the fortification facility, see working life support systems, look into a deep mine of the Stalin era.

You can walk through a cast-iron tunnel, similar to those used by trains on the Moscow Metro's Circle Line, and set off a warning siren with your own hands about a nuclear attack

Another part of the exposition is models of nuclear-era defense structures, special equipment and declassified documents, which reflect how the first Soviet deep-laid bunkers were created.

The main principle of the museum is the reliability of information. An expert community on modern underground fortification has developed around the museum. It included historians, engineers, archivists, tunnel builders and cavers.

Let's go down 43 meters undergroundAttention! Tour participants descend to a depth of 43 meters and rise to the surface on foot. Calculate your strength

Today, excursions are held in the bunker - sightseeing, thematic, for adults and school groups. You can choose the format that suits you.

Standard tourAfter a detailed tour of the bunker under the guidance of a guide, participants are given free time to walk around the bunker, take pictures or ask questions to the guide. The tour lasts 70-80 minutes and is designed for a group of no more than 12 people.

Excursion for tough techies An engineer guide will give you a full tour of the bunker and talk about engineering systems. Why are certain valves needed, where so many cables go, how to open a ten-ton door? The participants of the tour will learn the answers to these and other questions and will be able to start some of the mechanisms themselves. The tour is for a small group and lasts 10-15 minutes longer than the standard tour.

English TourThe English Tour tour is in English with Russian translation if needed. Participants will be able to check the level of radiation, dismantle a Kalashnikov assault rifle, try on a protective suit and a gas mask, and watch a video about the history of underground fortification. The walk lasts 70-80 minutes and is designed for a group of 10-12 people.

Sightseeing tourThis program is suitable for large groups of up to 24 participants. The tour follows the same route as the standard tour, but additional free time is not provided. A walk through the bunker lasts 50-60 minutes.

School excursionThe program is adapted for children's groups from 20 people. You can order a tour in the format of an on-site lesson on history or life safety, which will be conducted by a specialized specialist. The tour lasts 50-70 minutes. The cost is 15,000 rubles.

You can book a place for one of the nearest group tours on the museum's website. To order a tour for a group, leave a request on social networks

Lecture on underground structures At a depth of 43 meters, you can listen to lectures on various underground structures. Look for topics of upcoming lectures on the museum website.

Tourists and residents of the capital, casual passers-by and onlookers, walking along the streets of Zamoskvorechye, do not even suspect that the once secret "Bunker 703" is hidden under their feet. And today anyone can go down there.

Learn the history of the mysterious bunker "Bunker 703" provides an opportunity to learn how Moscow actually works below ground level

The Museum of Modern Fortification "Bunker 703" is located in the space where for several decades the protected special archive of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was located.The archive was created at the time when weapons of mass destruction appeared, - it was necessary to protect documents of special state importance. They decided to store them in a buried structure, for which the bunker was built.

Until recently, secret experts worked here and the most important international secrets of our country were kept. Visitors were allowed here only in 2018, when the authorities recognized the object technically obsolete.

Behind the massive security doors lies an out vintage soviet era equipment. Visitors will get acquainted with the technologies and artifacts of the fortification facility, see working life support systems, look into a deep mine of the Stalin era.

You can walk through a cast-iron tunnel, similar to those used by trains on the Moscow Metro's Circle Line, and set off a warning siren with your own hands about a nuclear attack

Another part of the exposition is models of nuclear-era defense structures, special equipment and declassified documents, which reflect how the first Soviet deep-laid bunkers were created.

The main principle of the museum is the reliability of information. An expert community on modern underground fortification has developed around the museum. It included historians, engineers, archivists, tunnel builders and cavers.

Let's go down 43 meters undergroundAttention! Tour participants descend to a depth of 43 meters and rise to the surface on foot. Calculate your strength

Today, excursions are held in the bunker - sightseeing, thematic, for adults and school groups. You can choose the format that suits you.

Standard tourAfter a detailed tour of the bunker under the guidance of a guide, participants are given free time to walk around the bunker, take pictures or ask questions to the guide. The tour lasts 70-80 minutes and is designed for a group of no more than 12 people.

Excursion for tough techies An engineer guide will give you a full tour of the bunker and talk about engineering systems. Why are certain valves needed, where so many cables go, how to open a ten-ton door? The participants of the tour will learn the answers to these and other questions and will be able to start some of the mechanisms themselves. The tour is for a small group and lasts 10-15 minutes longer than the standard tour.

English TourThe English Tour tour is in English with Russian translation if needed. Participants will be able to check the level of radiation, dismantle a Kalashnikov assault rifle, try on a protective suit and a gas mask, and watch a video about the history of underground fortification. The walk lasts 70-80 minutes and is designed for a group of 10-12 people.

Sightseeing tourThis program is suitable for large groups of up to 24 participants. The tour follows the same route as the standard tour, but additional free time is not provided. A walk through the bunker lasts 50-60 minutes.

School excursionThe program is adapted for children's groups from 20 people. You can order a tour in the format of an on-site lesson on history or life safety, which will be conducted by a specialized specialist. The tour lasts 50-70 minutes. The cost is 15,000 rubles.

You can book a place for one of the nearest group tours on the museum's website. To order a tour for a group, leave a request on social networks

Lecture on underground structures At a depth of 43 meters, you can listen to lectures on various underground structures. Look for topics of upcoming lectures on the museum website.

Tourists and residents of the capital, casual passers-by and onlookers, walking along the streets of Zamoskvorechye, do not even suspect that the once secret "Bunker 703" is hidden under their feet. And today anyone can go down there.

Learn the history of the mysterious bunker "Bunker 703" provides an opportunity to learn how Moscow actually works below ground level

The Museum of Modern Fortification "Bunker 703" is located in the space where for several decades the protected special archive of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was located.The archive was created at the time when weapons of mass destruction appeared, - it was necessary to protect documents of special state importance. They decided to store them in a buried structure, for which the bunker was built.

Until recently, secret experts worked here and the most important international secrets of our country were kept. Visitors were allowed here only in 2018, when the authorities recognized the object technically obsolete.

Behind the massive security doors lies an out vintage soviet era equipment. Visitors will get acquainted with the technologies and artifacts of the fortification facility, see working life support systems, look into a deep mine of the Stalin era.

You can walk through a cast-iron tunnel, similar to those used by trains on the Moscow Metro's Circle Line, and set off a warning siren with your own hands about a nuclear attack

Another part of the exposition is models of nuclear-era defense structures, special equipment and declassified documents, which reflect how the first Soviet deep-laid bunkers were created.

The main principle of the museum is the reliability of information. An expert community on modern underground fortification has developed around the museum. It included historians, engineers, archivists, tunnel builders and cavers.

Let's go down 43 meters undergroundAttention! Tour participants descend to a depth of 43 meters and rise to the surface on foot. Calculate your strength

Today, excursions are held in the bunker - sightseeing, thematic, for adults and school groups. You can choose the format that suits you.

Standard tourAfter a detailed tour of the bunker under the guidance of a guide, participants are given free time to walk around the bunker, take pictures or ask questions to the guide. The tour lasts 70-80 minutes and is designed for a group of no more than 12 people.

Excursion for tough techies An engineer guide will give you a full tour of the bunker and talk about engineering systems. Why are certain valves needed, where so many cables go, how to open a ten-ton door? The participants of the tour will learn the answers to these and other questions and will be able to start some of the mechanisms themselves. The tour is for a small group and lasts 10-15 minutes longer than the standard tour.

English TourThe English Tour tour is in English with Russian translation if needed. Participants will be able to check the level of radiation, dismantle a Kalashnikov assault rifle, try on a protective suit and a gas mask, and watch a video about the history of underground fortification. The walk lasts 70-80 minutes and is designed for a group of 10-12 people.

Sightseeing tourThis program is suitable for large groups of up to 24 participants. The tour follows the same route as the standard tour, but additional free time is not provided. A walk through the bunker lasts 50-60 minutes.

School excursionThe program is adapted for children's groups from 20 people. You can order a tour in the format of an on-site lesson on history or life safety, which will be conducted by a specialized specialist. The tour lasts 50-70 minutes. The cost is 15,000 rubles.

You can book a place for one of the nearest group tours on the museum's website. To order a tour for a group, leave a request on social networks

Lecture on underground structures At a depth of 43 meters, you can listen to lectures on various underground structures. Look for topics of upcoming lectures on the museum website.

Address

14-1 2nd Novokuznetsky Lane

Timetable

daily 10:00am — 11:00pm

Phone

+7 926 558-87-07

Website

https://vk.com/bunker703

Source

https://kudago.com/msk/place/muzej-bunker-703/

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