After the interactive, you can take a walk around the territory of the Museum of Wooden Architecture – look at the churches of Elijah the Prophet, the Merciful Savior and the houses of wealthy peasants. The exposition appeared for a reason: in 1950-60. as a result of the creation of the Kostroma reservoir, entire villages and villages went under water, and they tried to take away the most valuable architectural monuments from them. The museum itself is located in a very beautiful place – where the Kostroma River flows into the Volga, behind the southern wall of the Ipatiev Monastery.1/1
Go to a master class in the “Full Brown” tavern
Kalachnaya is located next to the Ipatiev Monastery (Beregovaya St., 1). Tourists call this place one of the most soulful places in the city. After long walks, especially in the cold season, finding yourself in a warm room where it smells delicious of pastries and pours horseradish is just right. During the kalachi making workshop, participants will learn many interesting stories.1/1
Immerse yourself in the history of the city in the museum “The House of the Mayor G. N. Botnikov”
Gennady Nikolaevich Botnikov is a philanthropist and a competent manager . Under his leadership, the first power plant and fire station appeared in the city, mandatory house numbering was introduced, and several educational institutions were opened.
The atmosphere of the late 19th century was recreated in Botnikov's house – furniture, decoration and ceilings were restored (off. site of the museum). And directly in the central hall, the floor was removed and a cultural layer of more than two meters was excavated: visitors immediately see the entrance (presumably to the church) and traces of several fires.1/1
Go to Christmas in the 19th century
Many interactive programs are held in the building of the Nobility Assembly. One of them is “Christmas of the 19th century”, with a complete immersion in the past. Immediately at the entrance, on the steps of a magnificent cast-iron staircase with openwork patterns, visitors are greeted by actors. They tell and show how they prepared for the holiday 200 years ago. This is followed by a master class on making delicious decorations for the Christmas tree, and to a heap of everyone they also teach the correct Christmas divination.1/1
Discover Kostoma Jewelry
Almost 60% of all Russian jewelry is made in Kostroma. It turns out that not even every second, but every first woman in Russia has some kind of jewelry piece from this city! In the Golden Alley Gallery (off. site), tourists are given a master class on cold cloisonne enamel, they talk about the production of jewelry – from the stage of creating a sketch to casting it in wax and then in metal. Give yourself a try to cast the wax into molds. Then they offer to walk through the salons of different brands, where products are presented for every taste and budget.1/1
Visit the Samovar Museum
Museum on st. Voykova, 19 is relatively young: its exposition began to be collected 15 years ago. The soul of this institution is its employees, who can tell a lot of amazing things about each exhibit. They will not only lead an unforgettable tour with historical curtsies and tea surprises, but they will also tell you that there are samovars for “girls” and “boys”, selfish samovars for one person, soldiers’ samovars that were attached to an army belt, coffee samovars. The tour also introduces the history of samovar making in Russia, tells about the traditions of Russian tea drinking and the emergence of Russian porcelain. 1/1
Plunge into the world of the Snow Maiden
The Museum of Fashion of the Snow Maiden on the street. Tchaikovsky, 17 (off. site) it's great to go with children to see the fabulous beauty of the image of the granddaughter of Santa Claus and listen to many legends about her birth. There, on the shelves of the exhibition hall, there are exclusive author's figurines of the Snow Maiden, as well as toys of the Soviet era.
3D models of various kokoshniks and fashionable outfits of the Snow Maiden are demonstrated on the interactive screens of the museum. On the second floor there is a workshop where you can see how snowflakes are embroidered and get acquainted with robot assistants. At the end of the tour, tourists are allowed to try on different costumes and parade along a real catwalk.
Various master classes are held at the museum: making candles and creating paintings from wool, tasting lemonades. Adults will also be allowed to try different types of cider (from traditional apple to, for example, cherry).1/1
Don't miss the Kostroma cheese
In the Cheese Museum (off. site) on the street. Tchaikovsky, 19 everyone screams and sings about this product: the entrances to the halls are made in the “cheese” style, interesting facts and quotes about cheese hang on the walls, wherever you look – it is everywhere. At the end of the tour, visitors prepare cheese fondue from local varieties, which they then taste by dipping bread and slices of crispy pickles into it.1/1
And you can also go to the Ticino cheese factory in the village of Budikhino, Kostroma region. This is a small production where author's varieties are made. The enterprise has a small historical hall with thematic exhibits and its own laboratory. All products can be tasted and purchased.1/1
Dine like a merchant and live like a nobleman
A trip to Kostroma is the time to discover traditional Russian cuisine with beautiful presentation of dishes and a special vision of talented chefs. In the restaurant “Slavyansky” eyes run up from the variety. True, you can’t order much – the portions are really large. Guests especially praise Kostroma daily cabbage soup, herring mincemeat, chicken fillet stuffed with curd cheese and spinach. fs.tonkosti.ru/sized/f550x700/de/jg/dejgcmwv4kookoggksc0w0ow0.jpg” media=”(max-width: 549px)”>