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As with so many Russian museums, English texts here are kept to the barest minimum. We were severely disappointed when the staff signaled to me that no English audioguide is available during my visit. I do not know if she’s meant it was never available...More
This museum traces the history of the Russian/Soviet navy over the centuries. It is situated in a completely restructured building which is architectonically stunning! The museum contains hundreds of beautiful paintings of sea-battles as well as ship models of various sizes of ships from various...More
I'm a regular visitor to Russia and understand that it's hit and miss whether there is information in English, but for a museum that has clearly had a lot of money spent on it and that charges foreigners extra, not to give English (or any...More
I came on my own, as my husband was working, and I will happily return with him! What a gem. Airy, clean lines, filled with so many varied things, there is something for every one. I am not a sailing person, but it was so...More
I enjoyed the museum, But I found a couple of things that i didn't like. The cost for all items from audio tours to admission seemed high for displaying mostly models, plus there are no English cards beside the Russians cards. I would not mention...More
Huge facility and glad they moved it from where it was at the stock exchange building although it is now a longer walk from the town center. Almost nothing in English. The audio guide in English is an embarrassment as not only did the spoken...More
This museum is definitely a must see. Not a massive amount in English. This museum starts pretty much at the beginnings of the Navy and takes you through the developments up till pretty recent times. Noticed on my walk round there's Q codes at various...More
We visited the Museum with a tour guide. In about 2 hours we received a good impression of the development of the Russian Navy. Unfortunately not all descriptions were in English, but our guide helped us out.