St. Petersburg Museum of Bread, St. Petersburg
(4.2/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • I honestly expected more from the Museum. Of course now in vogue information technology and all that stuff, but show you videos and home. I would like to see more "interactive" exhibits than monitors and inscriptions. And in general the Museum seemed ' ' pustovat ' '. The Museum of bread must be a café with delicious cakes and fresh bread, and justification that the Museum has only a year and did not have time to open the Café seem strange at all.
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  • An interesting interactive museum. On the first floor of the Interactive Exposition about the history of the village, sowing and cultivation of bread. Traditions and ceremonies. On the second floor of the beautifully recreated the situation start 20 bakery of the 20th century. The history of tea, the types of bread and used tools and forms. Quiet, interesting Museum without Chinese tourists, with the cost of the ticket is 100 rubles.
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  • Whole building housed the Museum and it is certainly impressive, lowest price-in Thursday at 2-x (one adult and 1 child of school age) spent 100 rubles. In the Museum are continuous broadcast commercials about the history of the Russian stove, wedding karavae, etc. You can view individually and several times, if desired, wearing headphones, a lot of explanations to the photos, which of course I wonder rather adult for kids supplies and antiques. On the 2 floor of the exhibition, which affected my daughter's imagination can be pushing spmostoâtel′no boxes, to get acquainted with those earlier looked like candy wrappers, sockets for Jam, cash register, there's also a room dedicated to the blockade, tea and more. The Museum holds sessions with preschool children and schoolchildren, but us for 1 times, as an acquaintance was enough!
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