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Interactive Museums in Moscow
March 12, 2016 00:00

A museum does not have to be a boring place with the rules like "Do not touch!" and "Keep distance!". Museums can be really exciting and captivating. These interactive museums plunge you headlong into exploring and experiencing.

Moscow Planetarium
The starlit sky is getting closer and closer, drawing the audience in. Can one see such a magnificent and captivating large-scale view somewhere without leaving the planet Earth? One of such magic places is the main Planetarium of Russia. This is one of the most popular places in this country. Just imagine: from pre-war 1929 to 1994 the Moscow Planetarium was visited by about 50 million people.

Experimentanium - Fun Science Museum 
Experimentanium is a large-scale entertainment center dedicated to the fascinating world of science. It can be compared to a scientific amusement arcade that gives a chance to take part in work of general education laboratories, lecture halls and seminars in a real time environment.

Star Town Museum
The training ground for astronauts welcomes guests.
25 kilometers to the northeast of Moscow there is arcane Star ity, where the Russian austronauts have been living and training since the 1960s. For those interested in space exploration and astronautics the Star City is a true paradise.

Astronautics Museum in Moscow
Achievements of Russian astronautics are presented here with original exhibits, which have been to the outer space.
The biggest, two-storeyed hall of the museum is designed to resemble a spaceship and keeps a model of the basic compartment of the space station Mir. It is open for all comers — you can enter inside, picture yourself as a space explorer and see a beautiful rotating sphere of the Earth model through the window.

Bunker-42 in Taganka - Moscow Underground Shelter Museum
An echo of cold war years — an underground shelter in the heart of Moscow at the depth of 65 meters. All comers can take photographs, touch exhibits and try on various regimentals and safety equipment.

Darwin Museum in Moscow
Here is a huge evident illustration of Charles Darwin's theory: dozens of thousands of exhibits, each of them harbouring long history. Any European state could envy the richness this museum's expositions and funds: there is no bigger and fuller collection on the entire continent today.


Author: Vera Ivanova

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