In 2018, I had to move from Poshekhonye due to problems with land rights. The administration of the “Yaroslavl Seaside” invited Alexander and Olesya to their place and did not fail – the ethnopark became the pearl of the resort. Today, the museum occupies 3.5 hectares – two horses roam freely, the rest of the territory is built. The family lives and runs their household there, so excursions are organized according to their needs. From May to October, you can visit all the buildings of the park, the rest of the time – only the museum house with a Russian stove. 1/1
Yaroslavl Seaside has grandiose plans. By 2027, they want to build Koprino Posad in the resort, which will become a place of attraction for tourists. The core of the project will be an indoor aquatic complex. They are going to build an extreme park nearby, as well as expand the yacht club, create a pilot academy at the local flying club and hold regular air shows for guests there. Tourists will be accommodated in three hotels, one of which will be put into operation in the summer season 2023. A cheese factory is being built at the Yaroslavl Coast, where they plan to organize a museum and offer gastronomic tours. A craft yard will appear on the territory of the ethnopark and on the pier. Master classes will be held there and souvenirs of craftsmen will be sold there.
On the way to the resort, as early as May 2023, it will be possible to make a stop at the Uglich Cheese-Dairy Factory (USMZ), where the Museum of Cheese Making will open. Visitors will watch the entire production process through a panoramic glass wall, where they will be able to get acquainted with the history of Russian cheese making. USMZ is a unique enterprise that produces famous and beloved varieties: “Russian”, “Poshekhonsky”, “Dutch”. The idea of the plant management is to develop gastronomic tourism, to acquaint guests with the traditions of cheese making of our country's masters.