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Tucked away in a corner of the Peter and Paul Fortress it is easily missed but well worth the visit. Charting the development of Russian rocket engineering. I have always had an interest in space exploration and this was a real unexpected treat.
After having been somewhat disappointed by the spaceflight Museum in Moscow, this was a pleasant surprise. Though still somewhat lacking in English translations, it beautifully depicted the evolution of spaceflight and was full of actual space hardware, rather than plastic replicas. The staff spoke almost...More
It is a little museum close the main entrance to Peter and Paul fortress and included in the complete ticket.
It is dedicated to Russian rocket and space studies. It is really interesting with lots of details of the history from the very begging to...More
Most visitors to the Peter and Paul Fortress pass this one by entirely which is a pity. For anyone with a passing interest in the pioneers of space travel what makes this special is that it partly occupies a facility actually used for designing and...More