V. Lenin's Tent Museum, Sestroretsk
(2.6/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
V. Lenin's Tent Museum is located in Sestroretsk. Our St. Petersburg itinerary planner makes visiting V. Lenin's Tent Museum and other St. Petersburg attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Thought it would be as in the USSR, but more honest and more realistic. Boat survived, which represented across the Lake Spilling great combinators-Lenin and Zinoviev! An interesting addition from the Museum "nevskaya Zastava", I was curious to see the history of playing cards.
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  • Stopped here by chance. Just beside the live and anxious to go somewhere. The first sensation that hit in the late Soviet Union. Lenin's salash himself long ago rotted away, because it was made of hay. Therefore it recreate each year anew. On the road-a beautiful place: the forest, spilling, Glade. The complex-good restaurant "Hut". Especially good pumpkin soup and meat. In the exhibition hall at the entrance there is an exposition about the revolutionary situation in St. Petersburg on the eve of the October Revolution (the great October Socialist Revolution). But on the day of our visit was an extra excursion about human origins (very interesting). About the hut there are funny installations and performances (for example, the emergence of machine LADA Sputnik). Gift shop sell authentic magnets and souvenirs on the year 1917, Lenin, Soviet authorities. In spring and summer to go there do not advise: a lot of ticks.
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  • Very small museum, but quite interesting, presenting some curious documents related to preparation of the 1917 bolshevik revolution. Also, there was an exebition (maybe temporary) of 17 skulls (copies...  more »