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Vitoslavitsy Museum of Folk Wooden Architecture

Yurevskoe shosse, Veliky Novgorod 173007, Russia
+7 816 277-81-60
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Yurevskoe shosse, Veliky Novgorod 173007, Russia
+7 816 277-81-60
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Reviewed 3 days ago

This is a very impressive museum of wooden architecture near Novgorod. This city was part of the Hansa towns organization, but most important, it was created by the Northmen who sailed along the biggest rivers of russia.. And these houses and the church are exactly...More

Thank imer95
Reviewed 1 week ago

A must in Novgorod!!! it is really interesting to visit this beautiful place, with the houses fully equipped as in the past centuries and the magnificient Nativity Church! It is like waking into the past! really beautiful and interesting.

Thank fernandocE9816AZ
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This was a very interesting place. I was impressed with how well thought-out the peasant's homes were and loved to see the beautiful carvings put on the buildings' exteriors. The homes and churches are wooden and rustic, but do not be deceived into thinking that...More

Thank nccarraway
Reviewed 16 June 2017 via mobile

Good exhibition, you can look how live our ancestors, but! More than 50% buildings under construction now, but you will know about it only after you payed money. At the same time good support from attending personnel when you ask questions (in Russian of course).

Thank Shcherbakov E
Reviewed 15 June 2017

Some of the oldest buildings in Russia are found here. So interesting to see recreations of both rich and poor styles of houses too.

Thank Natasha C
Reviewed 17 May 2017

The wooden architecture museums are marvellous, they were all taken from the local area and brought here and preserved in a village like setting and the homes and builidngs filled with items the people would have used. Very interesting to see the different levels of...More

Thank DollyBirdScotland
Reviewed 9 May 2017 via mobile

Good that tourists are let into many huts, bad that not into all of them due to the on-going restoration. Pathes are not everywhere fit for heels walking.

Thank Karin V
Reviewed 21 April 2017

The Museum is basically a vast scenic park with beautiful nature, the ground of which is covered with amazing wooden buildings brought here from different parts of Novgorod region. Thanks to that through this architecture the visitors can receive close-to-perfect understanding of how Russia looked...More

Thank sirkuta
Reviewed 5 March 2017

Absolutely great, especially in the end of February - beginning of March, when "Maslenitsa" (end of winter) is celebrated.

Thank maxim_bobin
Reviewed 5 March 2017

Just very close to the St. George ( St Yuriev) Monastery is located this beautiful museum of folk wooden art and architecture. Also, the Vitoslavitsy Museum is set in the beautiful entourage of the forest, river Volkhov and two lakes. In fact, this Museum represents...More

Thank Oleg Y
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