Bunker 42 (the “Cold War Museum”) is a secret facility 7,000 square meters in area, designed in the 1940’s, on orders from Stalin, virtually in the center of the city at a depth of 65 meters. Initially, the bunker was designed as a shelter in case a nuclear war stated. Up until the end of the 1980’s, this was the center 2,500 employees used to monitor nuclear security for the country.
This building is unique in terms of its engineering parameters (complete autonomous and invulnerable, including to a nuclear strike) and in terms of catching the “spirit” of the times, which it shows to visitors. Today, a museum of the Cold War functions here, and a group tour will give you the chance to see it. Here, you can see the equipment and how the rooms are fitted out, as well as Stalin’s underground office.
We can assist you to sign up for a group tour to Bunker 42 (our guides are not allowded to make this tour inside except a private reservation).