Tomsk Museum of Wooden Architecture, Tomsk
(3.9/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
Tomsk Museum of Wooden Architecture is located in Tomsk. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Tomsk Museum of Wooden Architecture and many more Tomsk attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Tomsk vacation trip planner.
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  • The Museum is small, only a few rooms. But the building itself is also a museum exhibit. Enjoyed the collection of oven moulding and carpentry tools. There is a very interesting chest of drawers. You can buy souvenirs. Works summer in Saturday, which is nice.
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  • The museum displays platbands, doors. Most photo with houses standing and demolished. Plus that there really addresses learned interesting houses and went to photograph them then, the benefit of close
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  • Was this the Museum without a guide. The only pleasant impression left posters with interesting articles, but they were extremely small (only 2 are interested). And on one of the posters still and dumb typo * letters * confused in places. Seren′kie exhibits themselves, the captions in the style of obviousness "shutters, this thread". And no details. There is an exposition on the decoration of the House: sewing machines, painted boxes, fabric, spinning wheels. Well what is generally relevant to the theme of the Museum? To sum it up: go to the Museum * at least without guide * absolutely uninteresting, 150 rubles * so much cost entry per adult * not paid off impressions even partially. The same wood carving can be viewed in the city is no worse, and on which are located close to home with tents, with birds, dragons and better. At least looks well-groomed.
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