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Museum Of Wooden Architecture & Peasant Life

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Address: ul. Pushkarskaja, Suzdal, Russia
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Private Tour: Golden Ring Day Trip to Suzdal and Vladimir from Moscow
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A must , to see older wooden Russian buildings in an older setting

To the southern end of the town, this is a must to see if you visit Suzdal. An interesting collection of buildings , including 2 churches - one of which you can go inside, and a... read more

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Paris, France
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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW via mobile

To the southern end of the town, this is a must to see if you visit Suzdal. An interesting collection of buildings , including 2 churches - one of which you can go inside, and a number of farms , windmills, outhouses and merchant houses. While Suzdal was able to boast a large collection of old stone churches and civic... More 

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Reviewed 6 days ago NEW via mobile

There are wooden buildings here gathered together from the local area and formed into a settlement. Check out life as a peasant.

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Thank Charles_and_Susan
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The problem is most objects are closed, you are not allowed to get in. No information outside, so there is nothing to do here without a guide or being well read on subject.

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Thank Maxim K
Boston, MA
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Reviewed 25 April 2017

Nice open air museum with old buildings, houses and churches you can explore. Definitely worth your time when in Suzdal. You can pretty much take it all in within 1 hour but it is an hour well spent. Amazing contrast to Moscow and if you came here you probably wanted to see something different than a big city and this... More 

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Thank robert-not-home
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Reviewed 7 April 2017

It has a variety of houses showing how peasants and merchants lived, also has some goose and other farm animals, so is a good place to visit with children.

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Thank Wanderersbag
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Reviewed 2 February 2017 via mobile

You may visit this place for fun, the only nice wooden church there at the entrance but it's half burned and newly build. It's really not so special If you still go there try make a picture near the running mill, that's fun

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Thank George S
Singapore, Singapore
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Reviewed 4 January 2017 via mobile

Interesting wooden architecture including a summer and a winter church onsite and houses of peasants and the middle class which showcased the lives of people living in the olden days. The ground is beautiful as well.

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Thank JustLoveToFly
Moscow, Russia
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Reviewed 23 November 2016

Nice place to walk from jne house to another and see beaitiful wooden construccions: houses, mills, wells, a church. All of them have been brought from the neighborhood of Suzdal and Vladimir. That gives us a good knowledge about the way of life of our grandfathers. The collection is full of folk masterpieces.

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Thank Виталий В
Tel Aviv, Israel
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Reviewed 14 November 2016

Some woden houses gathered from the district and earned by some way a UN certificate. Quite disappointing by size and average content. Only one house showing local rural way of living. Much less attractive than other preserved "villages" like in Ireland or in Norway.Not a "MUST" site to visit and spare you time here.

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Canberra, Australia
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Reviewed 2 October 2016 via mobile

What a lovely way to spent a few hrs wandering around this lovely little reconstructed wooden village of the last century, and getting a peek into their daily lives

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