Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered the creation of an autonomous non-profit organization, called upon to form a tourist-recreational cluster in the Cradle of the Russian fleet. Kronshtadt should become the largest island-museum in the world dedicated to the history of the Navy: great battles, outstanding commanders-in-chief, unique ships, with the opportunity to immerse themselves in the atmosphere of time and place.
Fort "Peter I" will take historical reconstruction, there will be recreated the image of the old city of the XVIII century. There will be authentic taverns with old Russian cuisine, fairs and souvenir shops.
At the “Alexander I”, where the funicular will deliver guests all the year round, there will be an opportunity to hold performances, the audience of which will be able to become participants.
"Kronslot", the first fort of Kronshtadt, will allow to hold ceremonies according to the canons of the time of Peter the Great.
Educational routes on the theme of great battles and commanders, ships and marine specialties will appear in the park. A trail dedicated to significant geographical discoveries will be developed jointly with the Russian Geographical Society.
The famous forts of Kronshtadt will become an open part of the island-museum
In the tourist-recreational cluster, it will be possible to climb aboard active warships that can come here for open doors.
Those who wish can also visit the museum on board the first Soviet nuclear submarine “Leninskiy Komsomol” (the third in the world).
The largest oceanarium in Russia will appear in Kronshtadt. There are not only rare inhabitants of the deep sea and show-programs. There will be research laboratories, a children’s technology park to get acquainted with the maritime professions, and next to it there will be a diving center with an outdoor pool.
Thanks to the internal marina of Fort Kronslot, it will be possible to get on the territory of the fort on yachts and boats
The tourists can see the entire park and the Gulf of Finland from a bird's-eye view, lifted on an airship, which accommodates 10-12 people in its cabin.
The attraction of virtual reality “Sea Battle” will allow visitors to feel like a pilot of a jet-plane!