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Cruiser Aurora

St. Petersburg, Russia
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The warship of 1900, which took part in the battle of Tsushima in the waters of the Pacific Ocean. After returning to the Baltic Sea was used as a training. In October 1917, a cannon shot fired from a cruiser signaled the assault on the Winter Palace and the start of the Bolshevik coup (October Revolution of 1917). Until 1940, the ship was used for its intended purpose, and since 1948 it left for the “eternal parking lot”, a museum exposition was placed inside.
Cruiser Aurora
Cruiser Aurora
Address:Петроградская набережная, Санкт-Петербург
Phone:+7 812 303-85-13
Hours:monday: Closed tuesday: 10:30–16:00 wednesday: 10:30–16:00 thursday: 10:30–16:00 friday: Closed saturday: 10:30–16:00 sunday: 10:30–16:00

Aleksandr Fedorov
09.10.20

Very interesting museum. A lot of historical facts. Good for kids

Aaron Bogott
28.09.20

The Aurora Cruiser is an enjoyable visit and has so much historical significance. The museum, the ship, is not large so a visit only takes 30-40 minut.. Read more »

Vinh Phuc
12.09.20

As a museum ship, the cruiser Aurora became one of the many tourist attractions of Leningrad (now Saint Petersburg), and continued to be a symbol of t.. Read more »

Илья Самойлов
02.09.20

Historical place, but a bit boring exhibition. You need to take a guide to understand everything.

Павел Соляник
29.08.20

If you love history, if you love old military ships - this is what you need. Magnificent Aurora was built in the beginning of 19 century.

George Ianovski
01.08.20

Kind of a must-see in St Petersburg, but that doesn't mean it's terribly exciting. You walk on the deck and pose for a few photos, and then go downst.. Read more »

Senad Music
11.01.20

Unique ship with extraordinary historical relevance, very well restored. Would have been nice to have few more things in English and to open up and a.. Read more »

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