The display of the exhibition gives visitors a glimpse of the biggest radio-ecological disaster: a nuclear catastrophe on Chernobyl Nuclear Plant. Here, visitors can learn about the liquidation and consequences of the disaster and about the post-Chernobyl ecological situation in Ukraine.
More than 7000 exhibits are shown in 5 big halls. Some of these include secret documents, maps, photos, private belongings and other objects of rural life from the Chernobyl region, Polissya. Many exhibits are displayed for the first time help us realize the planetary effects of Chernobyl's disaster, which must be the last caution about global nuclear disarmament. The exposition is equipped with all modern technical audio/visual and inquiry facilities. Documentary films are shown regularly.
- Services of a guide-interpreter
- Hotel pick-up
- Meals and drinks
- Personal expenses
- Tips and gratuities
- Optional activity costs
- Museum fee
- Other languages are available upon request. Please inquire.
- The museum fee is to be paid on site.
- - Free cancellation: 8 days prior to date of activity.
- - 20% Cancellation Fee (80% reimbursement): 4 to 7 days prior to date of activity.
- - 100% cancellation Fee (No reimbursement): Less than 4 days before the date of activity.