Eternal Glory Park And World War Second Museum Motherland Monument In Kyiv - Kiev

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Duration: 3 Hrs
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
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Overview

Enjoy the time to know the most interesting about Ukraine and its role in WWII and Ukrainian military man who take the activity in different military conflict.

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Tour will visit the tomb of the Soviet time unknown soldier and over 30 graves of Soviet military men who took part in defense of Kiev in 1941 and its liberation in 1943. One of them was first tank man entering Kiev on the day of its liberation in 1943. Walk in Alley of the Heroes and you will found out why this war memorial got recently a sculpture of cosmonaut Georgiy Beregovoy.Also visit a monuments dedicated to Military pilots and learn about tiny figurine of the grasshopper decorating it. The monument was open on 06 November 2001.Also on our way to Museum WWII we visit the memorial dedicated to 3 thousand Ukrainians military men who perished in the military conflict in Afghanistan at Soviet time 1979-1989. The tour of the WWII museum will give you a chance learn more about such battles as Moscow, Stalingrad, Kursk, the siege of Leningrad, holocaust and other events. The hall of glory under the 102-m tall sculpture of the Mother-Native land has over 10 thousand names of Soviet heroes inscribed in gold.The top name is Marshals Zhukov who was military commander of Kiev in 1940 and come to Kiev on the day of its liberation 6th November in 1943 to address local people on the festive ceremony.Visit the sited of military equipment and the tunnel with over 100 bronze sculptures showing moments of Ukrainian part of the WWII history. Also the granite stones containing soil from battle-fields of Kiev and other hero-cities of time WWII.
Visit Eternal Glory Park
Strol Alley Named After the Heroes of Heavenly Handred. Learn about the WWII on the territory of Ukraine from professional guide.

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Tour will visit the tomb of the Soviet time unknown soldier and over 30 graves of Soviet military men who took part in defense of Kiev in 1941 and its liberation in 1943. One of them was first tank man entering Kiev on the day of its liberation in 1943. Walk in Alley of the Heroes and you will found out why this war memorial got recently a sculpture of cosmonaut Georgiy Beregovoy. Also visit a monuments dedicated to Military pilots and learn about tiny figurine of the grasshopper decorating it. The monument was open on 06 November 2001. Also on our way to Museum WWII we visit the memorial dedicated to 3 thousand Ukrainians military men who perished in the military conflict  in Afghanistan at Soviet time 1979-1989.   The tour of the WWII museum will give you a chance learn more about such battles as  Moscow, Stalingrad, Kursk, the siege of Leningrad, holocaust and other events. The hall of glory under the 102-m tall sculpture of the Mother-Native land has over 10 thousand names of Soviet heroes inscribed in gold. The top name is Marshal’s Zhukov who was military commander of Kiev in 1940 and come to Kiev on the day of its liberation 6th November in 1943 to address local people on the festive ceremony. Visit the sited of military equipment and the tunnel with over 100 bronze sculptures showing moments of Ukrainian part of the WWII history. Also the granite stones containing soil from battle-fields of Kiev and other hero-cities of time WWII.
Visit Eternal Glory Park
Strol Alley Named After the Heroes of Heavenly Handred. Learn about the WWII on the territory of Ukraine from professional guide.

Inclusions

  • Learn about the WWII on the territory of Ukraine from professional guide
  • Private Guided tour
  • Transport by private car or by minivan or by minibus
  • Know the the history of WWII and Ukrainian soldiers
  • Tour includes transportation and hotel pick-up and drop-off (exept walking tour)

Exclusions

  • Food and drinks
  • Extra service
  • Transportation in case of walking tour
  • Entrance fees to the Museum WWII /about 2 USD per person/

Additional Info

Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller

Public transportation options are available nearby

Infants are required to sit on an adults lap

Suitable for all physical fitness levels

Face masks required for travellers in public areas

Face masks required for guides in public areas

Gear/equipment sanitised between use

Transportation vehicles regularly sanitised

Regular temperature checks for staff

Traveler Reviews

  • 20-Oct-2019

    A good portion of our experience in Kiev was made up of visiting main sightseeing attractions such as the Motherland statue and Eternal Glory Park. The impressiveness and pride exuding from the former is truly symbolic and inspiring; the latter is more of a reflective attraction with plenty of information to go with it once at Glory Park itself. Well worthy of a visit!

  • 02-Oct-2019

    The National Museum of the History of Ukraine in the Second World War is a memorial complex commemorating the German-Soviet War located in the southern outskirts of the Pechersk district of Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, on the picturesque hills on the right-bank of the Dnieper River.

  • 07-Jun-2019

    Hola hicimos este tour, sin necesidad de contratar a nadie. Tomas el metro hasta la estación ARSENAL, preguntas por arsenal stancia ( estacion en Ruso) es muy fácil llegar ya que está como en la linea principal del metro. Esta estación es la más profunda del mundo con una escalera mecánica de más de 100 mt. Sales y encontrarás caminando primero el parque con un obelisco grande junto a unas iglesias centenarias con cupulas de oro. De alli caminas unos 5 cuadras y encontraras el museo de la segunda guerra mundial, esta entrada es gratis. Hay un sector que es pagado , en donde hay unos aviones en donde te puedes subir. Gran variedad de material belico de la segunda guerra mundial distribuido en en un entorno natural de parques y jardines.. Es raro encontrar personas que hablen español, pero la mayoría de la juventud habla ingles.

  • 18-Apr-2019

    Un museo al aire libre que cuenta a los héroes y que muestran a los que sufren. También se encuentra el monumento al holocausto nazi que hizo estragos en la población ucraniana. No olvidar visitar la campana bajo tierra que mira hacia el río. Sobrecogedor.

  • 02-Mar-2019

    This is an excellent place, where we can see many many things from the WW2, started with tanks in the gate, then planes, missiles, missile carriers, etc... Really good place to see the past... Or even the present days in the war, which is happening right now between Russia and Ukraine... :( Definitely it's worth a visit, for those who want to know more about the WW2, or even just want to see the Motherland Monument, which is beautiful :)