Khabarovsk Regional Museum, Khabarovsk
(4.7/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web)
Get familiar with the indigenous peoples and flora and fauna of the area at Khabarovsk Regional Museum. The archaeological section alone features 160,000 articles, including Sykachi-Alyan petroglyphs. See the mock-ups of the ancient settlements, traditional dresses, ceramics, tools, arrowheads, mammoth bones and teeth, net sinkers, harpoons, and many other items. A playground area and educational exhibits with an aquarium and stuffed animals, such as the Amur tiger, make the museum interesting for children too. Try to find a local guide or bring a dictionary, because all information is in Russian. Our Khabarovsk trip itinerary planner makes visiting Khabarovsk Regional Museum and other Khabarovsk attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Khabarovsk regional Museum. N.i. Grodekova know from childhood, when I brought my dad here for his pupil. Rather, he brought the whole family: mother, sister and me. Now I have over 60, Museum I took their daughters, then a granddaughter, younger yet drove, she lives in another city. In this summer came to me sister from Moscow with her husband and I took them to museums. My sister was thrilled, she recalled a childhood and was amazed that the Museum has preserved and perfectly fulfils the function of the cultural center of the far East region, not only Russia, but also foreign visitors. (In those hours when we visited the Museum, it was visited by several delegations from China and Korea. I gladly took place on halls and saw many innovations. And, the more my sister who will gladly and proudly told via Skype to their children and grandchildren, as changed, the new Museum of Khabarovsk Amur.
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  • We liked. Despite the fact that it is necessary to walk between the two buildings, exposure, really interesting. Minus for "Soviet" eagerly ask, making continuous observations of children, that you cannot touch anything))
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  • Myself go here since early childhood and their children regularly cite. Of course it's not the Louvre, Hermitage and not not even Pushkin Museum, however, bypass it for once is almost impossible. A very interesting exposition: fruits Volochaevskoj battle, fish, dinosaurs, geological collection, cannon in front of the entrance and much more. On Sunday held free classes for children in specially equipped hut. Kids really enjoy, and Yes we are interested: every time is something new. Around the Museum pretty nice walk weather permitting, try ice cream, appreciating the wonderful views of the Amur. All recommend!
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