History of the Great Motherland War The Belarus State Museum is the only museum opened in the post-war years of hardship in the Republic of Belarus. On October 22, 1944, they opened their doors to visitors. It has been many years since the autumn of war time in Moscow, when the Belarusian people's fortune and tragedy evidences were exhibited.
Today the Great Motherland War historical Belarus State Museum is the largest place where memories of those honorable and terrible days are preserved. The life of the museum is ongoing. In 2014, the museum was moved to a new building in the center of Minsk.
The museum will attract tourists who know the value of their time and are interested in the history of the state they are in. The museum's new building is admirable in its glory and beauty because it evokes a fireworks display with its own image. The exhibited goods are told in an interesting and easily understandable manner of the war that swept the territory of Belarus for four years. Every article in the museum has a certain meaning.
The museum begins with the Peace and War Room, where the tour, the protection of the country, and the preservation of peace in the world are described. In the next room, the reasons that started World War II and the beginning of the war were shown. The chamber of military vehicles, in which armored vehicles, self-propelled anti-aircraft guns, tanks, boats, aircraft and many other examples are exhibited, will also be noteworthy for tourists. In the following lounges, the visitor saw the victory of the Battle of the Great Motherland on the territory of Belarus, the defense battles around Smolensk, Moscow and other cities, the cities of Stalingrad and Kursk on the Soviet-German front, and the Dnieper river around the Soviet Union when the whole course of the Second World War turned in favor of the Soviet Union. will meet with the 'Lightning War' plan.
The following room reminds visitors that it is a guerrilla country of Belarus because the secret struggle against the guerrilla movement and the fascists has begun in the first days of the war in Belarus and as a result the Republic has been liberated from the invaders. In the room following this room, the visitor will see how the Battle of the Great Motherland entered the final phase in 1944-1945 and how the Red Army soldiers completely removed the invaders from the territory of the Soviet Union. There is much anticipated victory!
The museum's central location makes it easy to reach it via public transport. Experienced guides working in the museum will present an intelligible and beautiful narrative about the most interesting and most important events of this war, the future of post-war Belarus, war heroes and their voices. After an hour and a half of sightseeing, you can relax in a comfortable café on the museum.