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worth visiting to understand pre-revolutionary north Russian village. interesting collection of wooden architecture (churches and estates) are taken to one place; it helps to realise this region was outside feudalism and quite rich - interesting for history lovers
Went to the open air museum with our cruise ship tour and enjoyed the park. We had an English speaking guide who was easy to understand and full of information about the historic buildings located in the park. Could have spent a lot of time...More
The traditional wooden architecture and design collected in this open air museum is fascinating. Witnessing this place during winter creates a truly strong impression, as it help us to understand how climate and weather conditions shape culture, history and traditions.
I was brought here by our client on a rainy afternoon, the museum is huge, and in the middle of the forest, so it can be cold in winter and spring, while mosquitoes in summer. the museum has lots of wooden houses, towers and building....More
A wonderful outdoor museum where you can see wooden buildings from Russia"s past. A number of the churches you can go inside a have a look around. Bring a picnic and a bottle of wine and you just had a nice day out in nature....More
I was lead back in time with an excellant tour guide who answered all our groups questions. This is one of the finest exsamples of restoration and preservation of living. And there is so much more I didn't see that makes me want to return...
This tourist attraction provides not only the beautiful landscapes but also the northern cuisine,guided excursions. You may even participate in the festival, ride the horse sledge. In some museum's rooms or houses you may observe the style of life of northern peasants and merchants. Don't...More
It really depends on your interest. It is an incredible museum, with unique structures and landscape. Unfortunately, if you go on your own most of it is only in Russian. But, they have people in the more important buildings to explain their importance and how...More