If you are not claustrophobic, the next type of entertainment is just for you.
Bunker 42 on Taganka - the first anti-nuclear bunker in the post-Soviet space available for visits
The Museum of the Cold War, is located at a depth of 65 meters under the ground area of 7000 square meters.
The bunker was built in the middle of the 20th century; it was conceived as a completely autonomous shelter in case of a sudden nuclear strike. It was built on the latest technologies of that time, in consequence of conducting experiments on nuclear explosions.
Throughout all time, the bunker was operating and worked in a regular mode. Here was kept a supply of water and food for a long time.
The entrance to the museum is a one and a half ton door, behind which a long staircase begins. Visitors can explore the atmosphere of the bunker halls during the tour and watch a movie about the Cold War.
There are guided tours for different ages from 8+ to 18+. Prices also vary on the type of excursion and the number of people (from about 2,000 rubles).