9:00 – 10:00 – Transfer to Stalin Line. (40 km)
These unique structures were a part of the defence system created at the beginning of the 1930s along the western border of the Soviet Union. Driving military vehicle is definitely an experience to remember! If you are an adventure traveller, you’ve got to try it!
About the ride:
Duration - 15 min
Distance - 1750 m
Number of people in one tank - from 1 to 10.
We offer to you to become a gunner of a tank, an anti-tank or a flak gun.
Shooting a tank gun
Guests climbs into the turret of a Soviet tank, takes the gunner's seat and turns the turret aiming the gun at the Nazi tank through the optic sights. After the red trigger button has been pushed, the tank gun fires and the explosion flame flashes above the Nazi tank.
Shooting a 45mm anti-tank gun
Guests aims the gun at the Nazi tank through the optic sights. After the trigger has been pushed, the anti-tank gun fires and the explosion flame flashes above the Nazi tank.
Shooting a 37mm flak gun
The automatic flak gun requires 2 persons (same price). One operator takes the seat on the left and turns the vertical wheel to either lift the gun barrel or lower it. The other operator sits on the right and turns the horizontal wheel to turn the gun barrel left or right. Both operators push pedals to fire a burst: boom-boom-boom.
Guests can shoot at targets imitating Nazi machines and soldiers out of an armored train.
Guests put on Soviet tank uniforms and helmets on top of their clothing. The armored train commander will give a shooting class, teaching the guests the basics of the 107mm gun and Maxim machine gun.
On commander's signal one of the guests aims the 107mm gun at the Nazi tank and shoots.
The objective is to hit a self-propelled gun, two tanks and an armored vehicle.
Then on commander's order the guest shoots the Maxim machine gun at the enemy personnel targets. Three groups of targets must be hit.
After this the guests take pictures by the armored train, with a 107mm shell, eat soldier ration porridge with tea and remove the tank uniforms.
13:00 – 14:00 – Transfer to Minsk (40 km).
14:00 – 15:00 – Lunch.
15:30 – 17:00 – Excursion to the factory “Luch”.
Minsk watch factory is open to the public and offers guided tours for organized groups. The factory introduce our guests to the process of creating watch mechanisms and the unique exhibition of our Museum – the only one from which you can learn about the formation and development of watchmaking in Belarus.
During the tour, you will learn about the full cycle of watch production and visit the Museum. His exhibition is notable for the presence of interactive exhibits: machine tools, measuring and magnifying devices, a watchmaker's table. In memory of visiting the Museum, you can take a photo in the modern photo zone and buy watches from the latest collections.
17:00 – Visiting shop of the factory.
19:00 – Dinner.