Travel than 60 meters under the streets of Moscow is the Taganka Bunker, also called Bunker 42, a historic military communications post and today's Cold War Museum. The bunker, a labyrinth with a unique atmosphere, consists of 4 interconnected blocks. Almost 2,000 people worked in the secret facility under the Soviet regime, which can be reached through secret doors in a street and in the metro.
Accompanied by a seasoned tour guide who provides the atmosphere of the Cold War, you will be immersed in the best-secured Soviet-era bunker. They will learn how the USSR prepared for a nuclear attack, so that people in the secret bunker would have survived for several months. Water and fresh air supplies, command and communication posts, declassified weapons and documentary exhibitions, and a retrospective on the Cold War, as experienced by the Soviet authorities and Stalin, are some of the experiences they can see and experience at Bunker-42.
Taganka Bunker-42 is an interactive museum and a must-visit for those curious about the Soviet era and the Cold War!
During the tour you will see:
- The document control point
- The Aviation Command Post
- The communication center