Visit the informative exposition of the Museum of World War II with a private guided tour. See an eye-catching statue of the Mother Motherland that towers over the territory of the museum and is one of the symbols of the struggle of Ukrainian people against Nazism.
Following hotel pick-up by a private vehicle, you will arrive at the National Museum of the History of Ukraine during World War II, where your guided tour will start. The museum is located in a scenic spot, overlooking the Dnipro River, and occupies a vast territory of almost 10 hectares. The main exposition is located at the podium of the 62-meter statue of Mother Motherland statue.
Passing from one somber hall of the museum to another, your expert guide will enlighten you on the tragic events of World War II and their consequences. You will discover the striking facts about the human losses of that period and the heroic feats of the people in the fight against Nazism.
You will continue your historic journey walking through the alley of the hero-cities and explore the open-air exhibition of the military equipment, sculptures, and monuments depicting the events of World War II.
If the weather is good, you have a chance to get to the top of an observation deck, located in the Mother Motherland Statue (optional activity for an additional fee). The total height of the statue, including the podium, is 104 meters, which makes Mother Motherland one of the highest monuments in the world.