Museum of the Yaroslavl City History, Yaroslavl

(3.1/5 based on 55 reviews on the web)
Museum of the Yaroslavl City History is located in Yaroslavl. For travelers who use our custom trip planner, Yaroslavl holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Museum of the Yaroslavl City History and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • Take personal tour of the Museum. We ran a cheerful girl Olga, fun and she spoke about the history of the gorooda over the centuries. Friendly staff, small but informative halls, modest price for individual obsluzhivanieB-great starting point to explore the ancient city of Yaroslavl, especially when, like us, not very lucky with the weather
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  • The Museum Exposition is quite modest. Adults can get information on the history of Yaroslavl, children and adolescents will be boring. With professional interest saw a thematic exhibition on the history of Medicine of Yaroslavl. In cold or rainy weather you can visit this place.
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  • The Museum is very disappointed. Very scarce Exposition, huge dips in historical terms. A little piece of antiquity as a pair of hooks, copies and fragments of bracelets, chain mail and a copy of the sword (unknown where copied), and failure to the Romanovs and the USSR. Neither the merchant class, nothing about the development of the city with a 1000-year history. Except for the history of medicine room a little more interesting, but also, like everything else, without a guide is absolutely does not make sense (but note that tours must be reserved in advance!). In the main museum complex that many mistakenly refer to the Kremlin, virtually nobody even on weekends, because there is nothing to see, almost everything is closed, and neuhozheny. Very sad that this beautiful city only minimally developed tourist infrastructure at the expense of individual private museums which can be counted on the fingers of one hand.
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