It is as big and amazing spectacle as it is on the picture on the left. Those colossuses of human engineering dwarf you to the size of an ant when you stay up close to them. See that handful of black dots trotting down the road next to the giant helicopter on the bottom right? This is how you're going to look like among them as well.
There will be two main hangars and this open field from the picture for our exploration. First one will tell us everything about the most prominent planes and pilots of the WWII period gradually walking us through aircraft evolution from the first 'paper' planes to iconic IL-2 fighter jet.
Second hangar will show the most odd, unique and one-of-a-kind planes ever produced or designed in Russia to set set records and test new ideas.
And, of course, there will be that main open area from
the picture showing us all the most important developments in helicopter and airplane technology in Russia from the late Soviet period to modern days. First vertical landing plane in the Union, the fastest supersonic plane in the world, sensational Soviet supersonic passenger plane and the most famous and deadliest Russian fighter jets: MiG - 29 and SU-35.
There's everything in the museum to get your curiosity about Russian planes and their history satisfied. And we'll likely have a local former pilot guide there that you'll be able to ask more in-depth questions.
Me and the van (or car) pick you at your hotel or any other convenient spot, we drive all the way to the museum, do the tour, and then drive back to the city where I drop you at any place you want or bring back to the hotel.
The museum is about 30-35 km outside the city. It'll take 1-1,5 hours to get there. Transfer is included in the prices below.
How Do We Do It?
The Most Notable Exhibits
'Ilya Muromets' Heavy Bomber
Depending on the number of participants
Tickets are not included in the price and cost additional 300 RUB per person