The museum was opened on the 4th of November 1978. It consists of three halls; the first hall is "Gallery". The second hall is an exposition dedicated to the story of the history of space exploration by man. In the center of the hall there is a model of the carrier rocket, the model of the first satellite, the three-dimensional image of our planet Earth from space, photographs and documents of the pilot-cosmonauts. The third hall tells about the childhood and youth of our fellow cosmonaut Piotr Ilyich Klimuk. Here there is the school desk, the diorama of the school where Klimuk studied, the photographs. You can find out information about P.I. Klimuk's flights, see an amortization chair of P.I. Klimuk, a wetsuit, a drinking tank, an exhibit of docking the Mir station and the Kvant module, the military uniform of Colonel-General P.I. Klimuk, layout of the orbital station Salyut-6 and other interesting exhibits and photographs.
The Museum offers:
- Sightseeing tours
- Thematic excursions: “The childhood of P.I. Klimuk”, “The youth of P.I. Klimuk”; “The flights of P.I. Klimuk”
every day 8.00-15.30, except Sundays
Saturday – 8.00-13.00
The minimum group for the excursion is 10 people, the maximum group is 24 people.