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The museum is quite compact and most if its exhibitions are in Russian language. The entrance fee is quite low and you can pay extra to see a video gram of the blast at Chernobyl power station. The museum tells a story about brave people...More
Very basic and small museum.
Three medium sized rooms.
Costs about 20 to enter and an extra 40 to take photos. That’s fine as it’s still less than $10US.
I did find it fairly poor that then I was asked for another 20 to watch...More
Now I know it was a mistake not taking the english audio guide, but we haven't been offered one and unfortunately we didn't ask. In the museum itself there isn't much to see. Very little things of interest to an average person, some newspapers, old...More
Fantastic museum with well thought out exhibits. The museum really takes you on a journey of the Chernobyl disaster. They pay homage to the victims and also the survivors who had to move home. I would definitely recommend you buy an audio guide as not...More
I found this museum to be extremely educational and comprehensive. It did not just focus on the immediate aftermath of the accident at all. There was a wealth of information provided about the continuing effects from one computer exhibit where you could look at any...More
While I wouldn’t consider this a must-see, it’s certainly worth a visit if you’re with a guided group tour. It gives a good feel for the immediate aftermath of the Chernobyl disaster and the impact it had. In particular, it focuses on the role of...More
After taking a tour to Chernobyl the day before, I wanted to see the museum and see if it could add anything to the experience. The museum is a complete waste of money and time.
It is difficult to find, down a side alley that...More
Anna K, Менеджер по обслуживанию клиентов at Chernobyl National Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago
Dear tourist, apparently, your purpose of visiting the museum was to photograph, and during this process you did not notice that the museum tells exactly about firefighters and liquidators of various professions. An audio guide could help you see this, but you thought it was...More
We visited this museum after a 3 days private tour to Chernobyl. The museum houses lots of original exhibits and gives a clear view on what happened that fatal night in 1986. Make sure to take the audio guide.
I am really interested in history of Chernobyl atomic plant explosion and it's impact on the health of local people and the citizens of European countries, so although I considered the museum very old fashioned, the exhibition was still interesting to me. When visiting the...More