Bunker 42 is a very interesting place to visit, and a stark reminder of how close the world came to nuclear war just fifty years ago. Bunker 42 is a declassified military object in Russia, located 65 metres underground, right in the centre of Moscow!
Bunker 42 is a real, anti-nuclear bunker, used as the Kremlin's base-camp during the Caribbean Crisis. You will visit the Cold War Interactive Museum and see unique artifacts. Photography is permitted only in certain parts of the museum.
Brimming with museums, galleries, and regal palaces, the area is a colorful cultural hub that provides ample photo opportunities. Browse stalls selling Russian crafts, culinary specialties, and antiques, and admire the architecture of the Izmailovo Kremlin and the Tsar’s Palaces.
Your final day in Russia will lead you to such top attractions of Moscow as VDNH exhibition centre and museum of Cosmonautics, where you can see the original stuff of Russian space exploration history.
The VDNKh (“Vystavka Dostizheniy Narodnogo Khozyaystva”—the “All-Russia Exhibition Centre”) complex was built to be an exhibition centre of the entire USSR. Today it is a remarkable place to visit with lots of museums, amazing buildings, the modern art exhibition centre and the unique Museum of Cosmonautics. The museum possesses a unique collection of the history of Space exploration, archive documents, and items belonging to the first cosmonauts. It tells us an outstanding story of humanity's bravery and courage. Evening free at leisure, optional trip to Gorky Park.