The KGB Museum is really a very small museum. If you are passing by, it is worth taking an hour and a half to walk around. It is very interesting. Many historical documents and utensils from the Second World War are of historical significance...
The KGB Museum is a must-see scene for history fans! Very interesting, with a variety of text introductions, a great feeling, and the museum tickets are not too expensive, suitable for stopping by and taking pictures~
For me, a Cold War fan, this is a must-see attraction. It is definitely worth the money. There are many weapons and other items on display. The tour guide will explain and explain in his unique and interesting way. After the visit, you can also wear weapons to take pictures, which is also great. It's worth coming.
This is a really cool and alternative museum, it is quite small but is packed full or items and information. The museum houses a wide range of weapons from the cold war period. The owner of this museum gives a guided tour and is hilarious. It's a really unique experience and is worth setting a few hours aside for. It's great for those interested in history, and particularly looking to gain some insight into the history of the USSR in a fun and engaging way.
The KGB museum is one of those museums that one enters more out of curiosity than anything else, since it is not a place to learn about the history of the kgb or about the time of communism. It is a place to see various curious objects from the communist era. Maybe it is a bit expensive (14 euros) for what is shown, but it is interesting.