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|Duration:||2 hours (minimum)|
|Discounts:||%40 (2 people);|
%45 (3 people);
%50 (4 people);
|Cost:||54 USD |
Things to do
Like to be specific about your activities or short on time, we would be glad and are prepared to meet your objectives.
Museum of Regional Studies named after Mr. Grodenkov was established in 1894. It has over 144,000 items presented by Nature, Fauna, Flora, History and Ethnography Departments featuring history and culture of many indigenous people of the Russian Far East. Closed on Mondays.
Khabarovsk Botanical Garden was founded in 1896 as a forest nursery garden and experimental laboratory for Khabarovsk Forestry. Today, the 27 acres garden is a home to almost 800 types of trees and bushes, with some, found only in the Russian Far East. Open: May-October.
Far Eastern Museum of Fine Arts was opened in 1931. Among 10,000 items in displays, you will see rare paintings of Aivazovsky, Kramskoy, Surikov as well as works of west European artists dated in 18th and 19th centuries. Closed on Mondays.
Geology museum will introduce you to a unique collection of minerals and gems collected locally.
Military-historical museum presents a collection of over 12 thousand items related to military past of the Russian Empire and USSR.
Archaeological Museum will surprise you with famous local petroglyphs of masks, animals, anthropomorphic images, birds made on basalt rocks in the late Stone Age (7-6 millennium B.C.).
Below you can find our suggestions. It is updated on a regular basis to make sure you make the most of your travel. Please remember to plan this part of your travel in advance, especially theater and exhibitions due to the seasonal nature of these events and an occassional shortage of tickets for certain shows.
Museums and Exhibitions:
Arts and Entertainments:
Theater of Drama;
Theater of Musical Comedy;
Theater of the Youth;
Theater of Philharmonics;
Theater of Pantomime;
Circus is great place to visit. Performances are offered 3 days a week, Friday through Sunday.
Central Amusement Park is the city’s most popular recreational area. Many people come here to entertain their children, or simply relax and enjoy views of Amur River.
Fedotov exposition hall conducts shows of modern art by professional artists.
Art-basement room features works of young artists.
Engineering and Architecture:
Railway bridge across the Amur river is often called a “Miracle of the 20th century” (constructed in 1913-1916). The bridge was the last point in the construction of the Trans-Siberian Railway in the Far East, and once finished, became a legendary "land link" between the Asia-Pacific region and Europe.
The central Stadium is a great example of classic Soviet architecture designed to promote sport achievements. The complex was built in 1957 along Amur river with huge park and monumental sport facilities.
City Conference Hall is known for a giant mosaic made of local minerals and gems by a master from Khabarovsk.
There is a choice of fine eateries and restaurants in Khabarovsk. Most of them are represented by Russian, Korean, Chinese and Ukrainian kitchens. Among popular meals are pelmeni (dumplings), blini (crepes), oladi (pancakes), borsch (beet soup), soup "rassolnik", and pirogi stuffed with potato, meat, or cabbage. Let us know your preference and our consultant in Khabarovsk will make a careful selection.
Included:Escort guide (2 hours);
Booking fee (incl. ordering & delivery services);
Not included:Entrance fees/tickets;
Meals, snacks, drinks;
Time/Fees for pick ups outside of the city center perimeter;
International air or train fares;
Ancestors of Amur land
Khabarovsk the City
Rail Tailored trips: Classic Trans-Siberian (10 stops)
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