All the main places of interest of Kiev + the Aviation museum.
This is the second biggest open air aviation museum in the countries of the former Soviet Union.
More than 70 exhibits were collected on the territory of 20 hectares: helicopters, rocket-propelled planes, fighter jets, training and passenger aircraft.
In the actual funds of the museum are presented the development of practically all leading aviation KBs of the Soviet period - Tupolev, Yakovlev, Ilyushin, Antonov, Sukhoy, Mikoyan-Gurevich, Kamov, Mill, Beriyev, as well as replicas of the beginning of the XX century. In turn, the collections are formed according to the principle of the appointment of aircraft, and for belonging to separate KBs. An exception is KB. A. N. Tupolev - here is a separate "Backfire-collection", which includes bombers, rocket-launches of the family Tu-22M. Also, the museum exhibits a unique exhibit - Mi-26 helicopter, which was the liquidator of the Chernobyl nuclear power station accident, rescued from burial in a spray condition, in the burial ground of engineering Buryakivka. To date, a unique exhibit is openly available for viewing in the museum.