“Museum of Shipping”
“Museum of Shipping”
You will get acquainted with the history of Cossack shipping on the example of military ships of the XVIII century, which were raised from the bottom of Dnieper. These are three large ships that took part in the Russo-Turkish War of 1735-1739, a kayak, a monoxyl, and a collection of ancient anchors. You will learn not only about the principles of their construction, equipment and fighting qualities, but you will see with your own eyes how the restorers breathe new life into them.
Entrance – 36 hryvnias for adults and 18 hryvnias – for children, students, pensioners, the disabled.
The cost of the tour for a group of up to 7 people. – 198 hryvnias.
The cost of the tour for a group of up to 20 people. – 330 hryvnias.
Excursion duration – 30 minutes.
Tel. to obtain information and book this tour 095-914-77-06, 096-254-12-09.
More about the “Museum of Navigation”: https://ostriv.org/tourist/kozacki-chovni/
Please pay attention that the Shipping Museum is located in a remote part of the island from the main roads, 10 km from the nearest public transport stop. Therefore, we systematically conduct organized tours of the city center of Zaporizhzhya.
The cost of the tour is 99 hryvnias per person.
Tel. to book places for such an excursion by phone / viber 066 960 42 92.
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