Visitors can experience a simulated atomic bomb explosion here thanks to sound and light effects. Then, while walking through the evacuation tunnel, they will find special goggles through which is displayed the image of the city destroyed by the attack. Interesting exhibits include equipment in the command room and headquarters, and memorabilia from the communist period related to Civil Defense and the Warsaw Pact.
The facility was built in 1966 during the construction of the school, as part of the "1000 Schools for the Millennium of the Polish State" campaign. It is available to people of all ages.
More about shelter here.
Places worth seeing in Przemyśl and nearby:
- National Museum of the Przemyśl Region
- Museum of Bells and Pipes in Przemyśl
- The Museum of the History of Przemyśl
- The Archdiocese Museum
- Casimir Castle in Przemyśl
- The Roman-Catholic Archcathedral in Przemyśl
- The Greek-Catholic Archcathedral in Przemyśl
- PKP station in Przemyśl
- Przemyśl Underground
- Zniesienie Hill in Przemyśl
- Forts of Przemyśl
- Fortifications of the Molotov Line
- Palace and park complex in Krasiczyn
- Arboretum in Bolestraszyce
- Sanctuary in Kalwaria Pacławska
- The Fortress Cycling Trail
- East of Poland Cycling Trail GREEN VELO
Photo: Civil Defense Control Shelter