48 Missile Forces Museum

Missile Forces Museum

Posted on February 3, 2010 by team


There is a unique museum located on the territory of the former Soviet Union, and to be more precise, in Ukraine. In the museum there are displayed many exhibits of Strategic Missile Forces. There is no other museum of such kind in the whole world; except one that is located in the USA, but tourists are not allowed there and all the guided tours are prohibited. On this photo you can see intercontinental ballistic missile CC-18 “Satan.”

That’s how entrance to the former military unit looks. Now there are some rocket showpieces are exhibited in the inside court.









After you’ve got inside, your guide will take you around and explain everything. That is a map with the locations of all the missile bases on the territory of Ukraine.


Then the photographic exhibition of some Japanese person goes. Maybe it is not clearly seen on the photos, but the author was really terrified by the panorama of hollow cites.




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48 Responses to “Missile Forces Museum”

  1. YJ says:

    I’ve been on a tour like this in the 3rd grade, where we took a field trip to see a missile base in Northeastern China.

    • Vladimir Romanov says:

      As always for all the trash in Russia and Ukraine the best and the cheapest way for them is to put a single advertisement or cartel that the trash place is the new site museum!!! heheheheh so funny!!!

    • Kirov says:

      Smart to hide your most dagerous weapons in full view. May be not all is lost here in Russia.

      Oh… I was not supposed to say that ???


  2. V_Power says:


  3. V_Power says:

    Actually i live not far from there…
    damn i need to go there)))

    48° 11′ 11″ N, 30° 39′ 55″ E This is position of this museum…

    need more info? Ask me by ICQ 485618191

    • DouglasUrantia says:

      Thanks for the coordinates. It appears to be about 113 miles due north of Odessa. Kind of out in the middle of nowhere…..as we say in US.

      • V_Power says:

        46° 24′ 11″ N, 30° 32′ 18″ E Here is position for nuclear weapons near Odessa…

        and this one near my town 49° 17′ 16″ N, 28° 20′ 17″ E also launch position for Voevoda(Satan)…

        During cold war, my town was targeted by 9 nuclear missiles from the NATO side… cause here is command center of 43 Rocket Army and Ukrainian Air Forces…
        Cause my town isn’t snap shooted in Google Ass)))

  4. are you kidding says:

    A museum filled with mostly technology you borrowed from us Americans and NATO forces.

    • eger_666 says:

      Warning! Troll has been detected!

    • hala says:

      You’re obviously a cretinous Yank who is mighty proud of his country’s two-minute execution of 200,000 Japanese.

      • The Japanese were working on atomic weapons and may have even tested one. Should USA have waited until they dropped A-bomb on us? If the Japanese had a working, operational A-bomb they would have used it. Or maybe you would prefer a land invasion of Japan and destruction of it’s ancient culture? Not to mention millions of deaths.

        • Russian-American says:

          actually such quick act by the US was taken just because Russia was just about done with Germany and was about to carry out its promise to the US to move in on the Japs. In a nutshell, the US didn’t want Russians in Japan. Your entire comment is based on no facts whatsoever. During the de-militarisation of Japan, no operational nukes were found.
          And about destroying the japanese culture…give me a break

        • Jenga says:

          Because warrior culture in Japan isn’t totally annihilated right now…..

          They would have been better under USSR because right now they’re just slaves to America

    • too much vodka says:

      Wrong, both the Americans and teh Soviets had some substantial help for their rocket programmes. In both cases, it was German scientists and engineers who first developped missiles, the so called V-weapons. After the war they more or less voluntarily cooperated in the Soviet and American missile programs.

    • Kirov says:

      Russia still can’t produce a frying pan that does not stick or a vacuum cleaner that actually svcks something.

      We are not proud of that.

  5. boriska says:

    This is truly amazing, but you know what else is amazing, the EnglishRussia forum that no one wants to fix.

    • Musa says:

      OMG EnglishRussia Forum is still not fixed? Damn Computer Nerds probably goofying off play games and hijacking BBs instead of fixing ER Forum!

      • boriska says:

        If no one will fix the forum, I will just start trolling in the comment section.
        I am so lonely, I have no one to talk to.

  6. Mihajlo says:

    Great I love it..!
    I’m sure gonna go there..!

  7. New Fake Kirov says:

    8th!!!!!!!! Those missiles could blow up stuff.

  8. eger_666 says:

    Of course Soviets copied. Soviets copied a way to clean the teeth, a way to eat a food, a way to calculate 2 + 2, a way to use mobile phones, a way to watch TV, etc…

  9. Lenin says:

    WTF does that last paragraph mean? I get not it saying what.

    • Jim-Bob says:

      It is a reference to the Soviet dead hand system. Should a missile hit the launch control center, the missiles would fire automatically, thus ensuring retaliation in the case of an attack. Likewise, there were other systems in place that would assure retaliation no matter what in case of a surprise attack. This system was not know to the West, but rather to Soviet commanders. It was supposed to keep them from accidentally firing an attack when they were not sure one was aimed at them. It worked by assuring the commanders that no matter what, vengeance would be meted out by the system.

    • cm says:

      It means what it says: if someone attacked it, they would launch automatically – plus, they could be remotely launched, from Moscow :P

  10. Musa says:

    Stop watching me Finnish, you Freaky Fascinating Creature! :P

    Congrats Ukrainian Brothers and Sisters!

    Looks like interesting Missile Forces Museum. I hope to visit!

    Yes Finnish, when I go to Chernobyl. Why you look at me like that again, you great enigma.

    Great Photographs and Post! Thank You Photographer and ER Peoples!

  11. Ones says:

    Wow.. amazing and scary article to see how technology combined with carnal desire……

  12. Musa what are you doing? I haven’t even commented and you are talking to me! But it’s alright, I’m atleast equally confused. Too much chocolate biscuits!

    Cool article as usual! But I should stop nagging about the darn tags!

    Hiroshima and Nagasaki never forget! It was terrible!

    • Musa says:

      You bewilder the Hell out of me Finnish.

      I never heard of chocolate biscuits. Do you mean chocolate cookies or cakes, like cupcakes or brownies? Biscuits are like crackers aren’t they? We have biscuits in United States but I haven’t heard of chocolate biscuits. Please enlighten me about these chocolate biscuits.

  13. World was less complicated when base was fully operational. Engineers everywhere had work. The good old days.

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  15. Sofia says:

    The US museum you’re reffering to is White Sands Missle Range. And tourists are allowed, even foreing one!

  16. thyagesh says:

    russia is simply awesome thanks to english russia i can have a peek into the mighty ussr. i have always been an admirer of the mighty USSR….wow simply wow

  17. are you kidding says:

    ya we all loved the former ussr cause we all wanted to get sent to Siberia for a vacation

    • Jenga says:

      You only got sent to Siberia if you:
      1. Were a criminal
      2. Neglected military or political duties
      3. Were a traitor
      And very few people were executed, once you served your term you were free to go.

      It’s not the hell/concentration camp/DMV American propaganda said it was.

      Additionally, USSR did not fail because of credit or anything America did, this is only what Reaganites believe. It failed because it couldn’t manage an effective bureaucratic system of checks and balances which provided a net profit.

  18. diamond band says:

    Do you truly think that’s true? You did an excellent job stating your point, but I believe you must put some more thought in this discussion and maybe post an answer to the other side of this story.

  19. TOM says:

    If anyone needs a nice priced bed kiev has now got hostels take a look at this http://www.hostelukraine.com/en/hostels/kiev-lodging-hostel.html

  20. kievlodging says:

    If you gus want to go on a tour to this base our hostel has this tour take a look at our website for info http://www.hostelukraine.com/en/tours/missile-base-tour.html

  21. the pravda says:

    jenja you nashi fool Do you realy think what you are writeing is true Only in Putins russia can you get belivers like you.

    take a look at thepravda.org

  22. wow..great pics,,
    its amazing missile i think

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