The Chernihiv Museum of Military History is a museum that has undergone little change since its establishment during the Soviet era. While the museum boasts a beautiful room and exhibits, it lacks the necessary updates and reexposure to remain relevant in modern times. Instead, it continues to propagate narratives from the non-existent 30 years. The museum showcases items from the Russian-Ukrainian war without providing proper context or articulation, resulting in an unpleasant viewing experience. It is disheartening to think that our tax money is being used to finance outdated Soviet propaganda. Fortunately, the museum is not a popular tourist destination, sparing many from the disappointment. However, it is still a sad reality. On a positive note, admission is free and the museum recently created an exhibition from the anti-terrorist operation zone, which adds some interest and relevance to the collection. While there may not be a large number of exhibits, the museum is still worth a visit, especially for the touching items from the anti-terrorist operation zone. Visitors have reported enjoying the tour, particularly the interesting stories told by the guides. However, it is advisable to check the museum's working hours in advance, as they can be inconsistent. Overall, the Chernihiv Museum of Military History is a good museum, particularly for those interested in old weapons, but it could benefit from more updates and attention to its operations.
Beautiful room and exhibits. But the supply has remained unchanged since Soviet times. Propaganda of narratives of the non-existent 30 years. Requires drastic re-exposure.
This museum is one of those built in Soviet times (house, hall design, etc. - all adapted to the functionality of the museum). But this does not mean that the exposition of the Second World War should remain unchanged for decades. More Sur added that.. Read more » in front of the windows of the "grandfathers fought" exhibited items of those killed in the Russian-Ukrainian war. Without context, without proper articulation, it all looks awful. In fact, we use our taxes to finance Soviet propaganda, which is dust in the shop windows. The only thing that makes me happy is that hardly anyone comes to that museum, because it is outside the tourist route. But it is no less sad.
Admission is free, in the middle of the samples of scoop weapons is a Katsap tank, carefully distorted, as it should be.
It was a very interesting tour. This place is worth a visit
just before the 30th anniversary, the museum created an exposition from the anti-terrorist operation zone
There are not so many exhibits but everything is cool. Things from the anti-terrorist operation zone are especially touching
Nice, with children you can, they tell interesting stories ... I liked everything.
A good museum, but more attentive to working hours. It is better to call back, ask who and when they work.
Good open air museum where you can find many old veapons
Were about a year ago. Great museum. An excellent guide (Vladimir seems to be the name, I don't remember exactly). A person simply lives by his own business - he is smartly oriented both in the theme of the Great Patriotic War, and in the theme .. Read more »of the Old Believers of Chernihiv, and about the atamans of the 20s, etc.
I recommend to everyone!!
3 hours of excursion with Lyudmila Oleksandrivna passed imperceptibly, special gratitude.
Very interesting museum, many interesting exhibits
A magnificent exposition, begun by Vasily Tarnovsky, the owner of the Kachanovsky Palace, a weapon from antiquity to the present day, awards of all peoples, military maps and an exposition from all wars on the territory of Ukraine
I liked it, very interesting some unusual finds in there.
Unfortunately I did not go inside. Frustrated tank is impressive. How did he get here? Probably "lost".
26.5.2019 its worth to visit and the entrance fee speaks for itself-10 UAH per floor(3) and foto permission 20.Several interesting items and very kind staff....but it needs urgently investments to clean the soviet dust out.