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Museum of Cosmonautics Admission Ticket

Discover how Soviet space science evolved starting from the first man-made satellites subsequently followed by the first manned space flight, first space walks, Moon exploration programs, Solar system exploration programs and international space research programs.

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Moscow: Cosmonautics Museum & VDNKh Private Space Tour

Dive into one of the greatest battles between the Soviet Union and the United States, The Space Race. Immerse yourself in the Soviet era by going back to the Cold War times while visiting the Cosmonautics Museum and VDNKh.
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Moscow: Museum of Cosmonautics and Metro Soviet History Tour

Journey back in time to the days of the Soviet Union on a sightseeing tour of Moscow. Hear about the space programs of the USSR and learn the history of the Moscow Metro and the beautiful stations of the vast underground museum.
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Memorial Museum of Cosmonautics Tour

This 4-hour museum tour will take you on a journey through Russia's role in the history of space exploration.The Museum contains more than 3,500 exhibits and is one of moscows most interesting places to explore. You will have a chance to get inside Space Station Mir as well as Soyuz Spaceship, a vehicle for research on the surface of the moon. See the landing apparatus and cosmonauts' space suits, including the suit of Yuri Gagarin - the first man in space in the world history.
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Moscow in Space: Museum of Cosmonautics

The Memorial Museum of Cosmonautics in Moscow was built to commemorate the achievements of the Soviet Union in space exploration. Sitting at the base of the Monument to the Conquerors of Space that was erected in 1964, the museum opened in 1981, on the 20th anniversary of the first manned space flight. Among the 85,000 objects in the museum’s collection are the first Soviet rocket engine, the moon rover Lunokhod, the first Soviet satellite, the personal belongings of the first Soviet astronaut, specimens from the moon and propaganda posters reflecting the “space race.”The museum exhibitions provide an overview of how the Soviet space program evolved, from the first man-made satellites to the first space walks and moon exploration programs. Closed for renovations for three years, the museum re-opened in 2009 with three times the original space and new exhibitions on international space programs, including the USA, Europe, China and the International Space Station.
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