About this tour

An excursion for those who like the industrial theme. We will walk through the western part of the city, where at the end of the 19th century the first metallurgical enterprises, which are still operating here today, began to appear.

Route: st. "Zavodska" metro station - str. Mayakovsky - S. Nigoyan Ave. - Svobody Ave. - St. Kaidatsky path.

Walking tour.

The tour is conducted in Ukrainian.

The price is for 1-10 people, regardless of the number of participants.

*The originality of the text is completely preserved by the author of the tour (tour operator)

5 reasons to choose tour


Get acquainted with the industrial architecture of the end of the 19th century


Take a walk through an interesting and dangerous area of the city


Take a tram ride through industrial areas


Learn about the origins of the industrialization of the Dnipro


Take beautiful photos as a memory

Key landmarks


Goryainove railway station

The station was opened in 1900 to serve the Bryansk plant (now the Dniprovsky metallurgical plant). Named in honour of the first director of this plant, Oleksandr Goryainov.


House of organ and chamber music

The Church of St. Nicholas was built in 1915 at the expense of the Bryansk factory. In Soviet times, it was used as a gymnasium until in 1982 an organ specially ordered from East Germany appeared there. The organ hall still works there. Externally, the temple retains its authentic appearance.


Dnipro Metallurgical Plant

The plant was opened in 1887 by the Bryansk joint-stock company, the capital of which consisted mainly of European investments. This enterprise became the first of its kind in the history of the city. After that, many more factories were opened. At different times it had different names and different owners.


Morozov pedestrian bridge

The pedestrian bridge crosses the railway tracks, it connects S. Nigoyan Avenue and Svobody Avenue. The bridge offers a wonderful view of the surrounding industrial zones.

What is included?

Professional guide

Professional guide

*From each purchased tour, we transfer 10% to the Ukrainian Refugee Support Fund. All profits from press tours are transferred to the reconstruction of Ukraine.