Built in the fifties of the past century because of the threat of a nuclear war with the United States, the underground Bunker-42 on Taganka was kept secret until the year 2000. In 2006, it was renovated and housed a war-historical museum and entertainment center.
The bunker with an area of seven thousand square meters is located 65 meters underground. Today, tours of its tunnels and labyrinths are conducted, where visitors are shown underground communications, a small museum with gas masks, Geiger counters and Soviet agitation posters. Also, a restaurant has recently been opened in the bunker, where dishes of Soviet cuisine are served. If desired, you can play a strikeball or watch a movie about the Cold War.