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Brest Railway Museum, Brest

(4.8/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
At Brest Railway Museum, see a display of historical locomotives at the first outdoor railway museum in Belarus, opened in 2002. Its collection features 56 units, including steam engines, two steam cranes, retro passenger cabs, and diesel/electric engines. Watch for the Soviet red star on the front of many locomotives. You can explore the interior of several wagons, which are open for visitors. Take a guided tour to learn more about the exhibits and the history of the railway system. Plan your visit to Brest Railway Museum and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Brest travel itinerary maker.
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  • An excellent museum. Operating equipment in good condition. You can visit on the way to the Brest fortress.
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  • A great place to visit for all the family. All you can touch, climb everywhere. Childhood dream come true.
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  • The Museum is very interesting and children on adults. Trains a lot of different eras. From the wagon of the emperor or the train, which traveled to V.i. Lenin and to modern compositions. Trains can climb, look in the Windows and modern, you can sit out on the location of the driver, pass on the composition
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  • It's a very nice open air museum, you can see many old trains there which are really impressive and huge. The only and main downside is that the most of the trains are locked and you can't get inside. What's the point of that? Every train should be open to public, it's a museum! No logic. Only four trains are accessible. Disappointed. But still worth a visit. The ticket price is only €1.20, you can pay with card.
  • It was OK, but the old men smelt milky and the journey was huge!
  • Very cool Museum, many interesting exhibits. The only thing that would improve access to open cockpit all locomotives and wagons salons! As well, all just wonderful, I recommend!
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  • To visit with children. Locomotives, diesel locomotives. It was interesting to the child to climb inside the steam touched levers. Hours was more than enough.
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  • Children under the impression from the Museum. And climbed like a child looking at cab locomotives. A serious Museum, respect those who have this idea incarnated in life 👍🏻
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