Sightseeing tour around Kiev & National Museum of the History of Ukraine in the Second World War

About tour

The main places of interest + two-hour tour of the museum of Ukraine in the Second World War.
The exposition of the museum is located on the territory of the memorial complex “Motherland”. The exhibits are exhibited in a historical retrospective, beginning since 1941 (nazi invasion into the Soviet Union) and ending with the signing of the act of surrender. A large exposition is dedicated to the battle for the Dnieper, during which about one and a half million soviet servicemen were killed and wounded.
The exposition of the first floor of the museum is devoted to the currant occupation of the Russian Federation of the eastern part of Ukraine.
In clear weather, it is possible to climb the elevator to the observation deck, located at an altitude of 92 meters.

Display objects

National Museum of the History of Ukraine in the Second World War

Administration of the President

Bessarabka food market

Funicular

Golden Gate (entrance to the antient Kyiv)

Independence Square

Kiev-Pechersk Lavra

Kyiv-Mohyla Academy

Mikhailovskaya Square

Monument of the Motherland-Mother

National Bank of Ukraine

Opera theatre

River Station

Sophia Cathedral

St. Andrew’s Church

St. Michael’s Cathedral

St. Sophia Square

St. Vladimir’s Cathedral

Taras Shevchenko University

The building of the Verkhovna Rada (Ukrainian Parlament)

The October Palace

The Square of Glory