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Although we were only able to see half the tour because of a rainpour ( between all the exhibitions and museums you go by foot between a few and up to 20 min.) It had been a lovely experience with our tourguide, who could speak...More
We spent about 3 hours going through the exhibition - we actually got locked in the church when a large group left and the staff present left for a break and didn't notice that we were still in it! So we'll remember that! Similar exhibits...More
Walking distance from the town center (I suggest walking over the fields), this is good for an hour or so. I have seen several of these village museums and this is not the biggest, but very interesting and not too crowded. Good souvenir stands outside.
This is a collection of wooden building showing how peasants lived in the not too distant past. It includes houses and a church. You'll go because it's one of the regular tourist stops and it's moderately interesting but, after being spoiled with spectacular architectural history,...More
A short taxi ride from the centre of Suzdal is the Museum of wooden architecture which is an open air Museum, containing some amazing examples of Russian wooden buildings which date back centuries and were relocated from their original sites to this Museum in the...More
This museum is located in Suzdal, the second city in the Golden Ring of cities outside of Moscow. The trip requires a train ride from Moscow to Vladimir, then a bus trip from Vladimir to Suzdal, but both modes of transport run routinely everyday so...More
Love the architecture. Can't have enough of the photos of all the architecture in this area. Apr is a good time to visit for the weather is good, cooling with clear blue sky. Also, it will not be overcrowded with tourists. A good place to...More
It was a great idea to visit the museum with kids! They got a full idea of what Russia was like more than a hundred years ago. All houses and mills are not a replica, they are original. Very impressed!