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Gubernskiy museum, Tobolsk

(4/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
Gubernskiy museum is located in Tobolsk. Plan to visit Gubernskiy museum during your Tobolsk vacation using our convenient Tobolsk family vacation planner.
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  • Provincial Museum was founded in 1870, the County Registrar Statistics Committee Ivan Nikolaevich Jushkovym. This museum is the first to Siberia. It was built with funds. Museum of Emperor Nicholas II personally patronized. The Museum was a scientific and cultural center of Siberia. In several directions: Museum-Museum history of tobol'sk (in these halls you can see unique exhibits from the first museum collections); -Ethnography (life of the peoples of the North), archaeological, palaeontological, natural science-(superp stuffed animals and birds). Very interesting calls a section dedicated kostoreznomu fishing on the Tobolsk. Museum ticket worth 120 rub.; photography fee. Next to the museum-garden Yermak and of course the Kremlin itself. The Museum building is very nicely decorated, before entering a wheelchair with a pair of horses.
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  • My husband and I were together in the spring of 2016 onwards. Really enjoyed the Museum Exposition. The mammoth skeleton is impressive. On the lower floor presents the effigies of local flora and fauna, among which there are exhibits of 19 century, look at the dates!
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  • Museum of local lore. There is a rather interesting exhibits and archaeological finds. And yet there's a damn Nice staff! :)
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