Popov Communications Museum, St. Petersburg

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Popov Communications Museum is located in St. Petersburg. Use our St. Petersburg trip generator to visit Popov Communications Museum on your trip to St. Petersburg, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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Reviews
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  • When travelling with kids in the Museum, they zanudnichali-why? What's behind a link? And when we reached halls with interactive exhibits-eyes broke! Went read press, compete, rattle, stomping, and so the list goes on! Very interesting! two hours is not enough to see everything. With pleasure we will return and bring friends to and they learned: How did radio and television was a tv how to use Morse and videotelefonami. PS. Please fix exhibits with sound =)
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  • The Museum is very interesting, starting with an understanding of the fundamentals of physics ending with modern communication. Communications technicians advise everyone to visit.
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  • Our attempt to get into the Museum ended near the cash register. In the absence of plates "no payment card" us rude treatment workers of the Museum for what we don't have cash and for what we have and buy tickets for only 10 minutes before the end of the work of the cashier (not the Museum, the Museum was closed via 1:10). The impression of a very unpleasant.
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  • The exposition is normal, but all the spoil of the housekeeper of the year 1982. Today, one said "nothing should be done there." The lack of a guide, the lack of audio. Strange closed cafes. The food is prepared, the staff there, but close. There is no menu. Wardrobe is closed. Pulled things and clothes all the time. It's a shame. Child 6 years nothing at all. The only interest-air mail and interactive devices. Everything else in the eyes of the child-a pile of junk.
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  • Very interesting! There is further a life-size companion
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  • Beautiful and very fascinating Museum.
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  • Such diversity means respect, I have not seen anywhere else. A lot of things you can touch and see how it works.
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  • Very interesting even to children. There are interactive exhibits where you can press play and touch
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