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For such a seemingly big city there's not much to do in Novosibirsk, so you take what you can get. This museum covering the area's history starts off well with informative displays and historical mock ups, but when you get to the 20th century the...More
I popped into the museum whilst strolling around the city and was pleasantly surprised. Not only is the building itself grand, beautiful and interesting, but the many exhibits are well put together. I was impressed with the English translation on most exhibits. I also enjoyed...More
Very easy to get to-- across Lenin Square from the Opera. (There is a Metro stop at Lenin Square).
At the time of my visit, the museum had just reopened after a renovation, and it was very clean and well laid out. Coat room, bathrooms,...More
Three floors of medals, Chinese artifacts, mock-ups of rooms throughout time, costumes and exhibits of local tribes (Nenets, Buryat, Evenk etc). I was expecting the history of Novosibirsk through time so I was a little disappointed, but definitely a good museum to see and a...More
The museum – situated in a prime heritage building that used to be a marketplace – has closed for reconstruction. While this location remains closed some of the exhibits moved to the museum's second outlet, at 11 Vokzalnaya Magistral. While the museum was still open...More
You never expect to see so much of interesting things there, just because it's remote city in Siberia. But if you remember it's the biggest sientific, cultural, industrial and something else city in Siberia you have to expect it )))
Went there but didn't understand a lot as all explanations are only in Russian.
There is a big variety of items on display, from old findings from the Napoleonic invasion, some local history of Novosibirsk and how people lived, to some 1st and 2nd world...More