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Kubinka Tank Museum Tours

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Kubinka Tank Museum
The Kubinka Tank Museum is the largest museum in the world of armored vehicles. Located just outside of Moscow, it houses more than 300 tanks and vehicles from throughout the 20th century. One of the most unique vehicles on display is the German super-heavy tank prototype known as the Panzer VIII Maus—one of just two made and the only one still in existence.

Other exhibits include the Troyanov heavy tank and a Karl-Gerat self-propelled artillery, as well as single and limited edition prototypes from Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union and Cold War era tanks that were war trophies from the Middle East, Africa, Vietnam and Latin America. The vehicles are displayed throughout seven hangars, including four for Soviet and Russian armor alone, divided into heavy, medium, light and wheeled vehicles hangars. In 2000, all of the old vehicles were repainted in their original manner by Russian historical specialists.

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It was only recently that the museum began permitting foreign visitors to visit without pre-registration, but you must still provide a copy of your passport and visa. Admission is 600 rubles and a photo permit costs an extra 600. To get there, take a train from Moscow’s Belorusskaya station to the Kubinka train station. From there, it’s a short taxi ride to the museum. Alternatively, join an organized tour from Moscow.
Address: Kubinka, Russia
Hours: Tuesday-Friday 10am-6pm, Saturday-Sunday 10am-7pm
Admission: Ticket 600 rubles; photo permit 600 rubles
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Kubinka Tank Museum Private TourDay Trips

Kubinka Tank Museum Private Tour

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The famous tank museum in Kubinka has become part of a huge ‘military-patriotic’ park called ‘Patriot’. Technically the museum hasn’t moved (yet) but most of the German tanks and heavy Soviet vehicles have been relocated to the Patriot. And the thing is that the two sites are situated about 10km from each other. To see the whole collection of the armoured vehicles you’ll have to visit both of them and buy two separate tickets (R400 and R300 respectively, not included). A private day tour to Kubinka Tank Museum and the Patriot Park will let you visit both sites avoiding the hassle of getting there and around. I am neither a licensed guide nor a tank enthusiast but like most men I love military hardware and will gladly translate all the information you might need. Explore everything at your own pace without rush, the schedule is totally flexible! My vehicle is a Subaru Outback suitable for up to 4 persons. UPD: Kubinka is closed until the end of August 2020. Patriot is open.
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  • 6 to 9 hours
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  • 6 to 9 hours
  • Free Cancellation

Kubinka Tank Museum Private Tour from MoscowHalf-day Tours

Kubinka Tank Museum Private Tour from Moscow

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The Kubinka Tank Museum in Moscow is the largest museum of its kind in the world and home to a huge number of WWII and Cold War era military vehicles. On this tour, gain insight into the exhibitions from your private guide, see USSR tanks and captured Nazi vehicles, and admire the vast collection of military memorabilia.
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  • 4 hours
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Private Tour: Kubinka Tank Museum Tour from MoscowPrivate Day Trips

Private Tour: Kubinka Tank Museum Tour from Moscow

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Discover Russia’s fascinating military history on a private 4-hour tour of the Kubinka Tank Museum from Moscow. With a knowledgeable private guide, explore the museum home to thousands of military tanks that date back to World War II. See original battlefield tanks, captured Nazi vehicles and realistic tank replicas while adapting your itinerary to suit your interests. Receive the undivided attention of your guide on this private tour.
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  • 4 hours
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  • 4 hours
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Moscow Tank Museum All Day Private TourDay Trips

Moscow Tank Museum All Day Private Tour

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Dear Traveller! I warmly invite to the most outstanding world Military exhibition. You will see the weapon of the the world`s leading military countries. There will be three long intersting stops with differren exposions. Tanks, armored vehicle, planes, helicopters, missiles, partisan camp, cars - you name it! Of cours the biggest collection is the USSR and Russian Federation but we have a lot of exponates from the US, Germany, Jupan, France etc. This tour is perfect way to spend a day out of Moscow rush and discover the history of engeneering achevments in modern warfare. Welcom to Moscow Tank Museum All Day Private Tour!
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  • 6 to 8 hours
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  • 6 to 8 hours
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What are Kubinka Tank Museum hours of operation?
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Kubinka Tank Museum hours of operation: Tuesday-Friday 10am-6pm, Saturday-Sunday 10am-7pm. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
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