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Visited this museum while in city for the World Cup. The rocket at the front of the building is very imposing and impressive but thats all folks!
There is next to nothing inside, the entry fee of 550 rubles does not justify the content and...More
Worth the visit. The museum has a strong Samara focus, making it quite unique, especially for 250 Roubles. Access to the outside is free and you can take lots of fun pictures of the rocket. In the museum we paid for the main exhibit only....More
This museum is interesting for how distinctive it is. Of course the large rocket displayed outside is the most obvious thing about it, but the contents are also nicely small and interesting. It is all pretty low-tec stuff, and there is not too much to...More
The museum is relatively small, i.e. an hour or so is more than enough, but worth a visit, especially for people interested in technology and those of us old enough to remember the space race.
The museum is easy to find - probably because of...More
Although it makes for a great story, the stinky tour guide (I've forgotten his name) could be in a film on what not to do as a tour guide: Refuse to answer questions, yell at the people in your group when they are asking each...More