Excursion to the exhibition "Alexander II: Liberator and Reformer"
The exhibition "Alexander II Liberator and Reformer" is a joint project of the Moscow Kremlin Museums and the N.I. Grodekov Khabarovsk Territory Museum.
It is dedicated to Emperor Alexander II, whose reign is of special significance for the history of the Amur region. His name is associated with the resolution of the Amur issue, the establishment of the Russian-Chinese border, the exploration and development of Eastern Siberia, and the founding of a number of cities. One of them is Khabarovsk, which celebrates its 165th anniversary in 2023.
Visitors to the exhibition will have a rare opportunity to get acquainted with the memorial complexes, which represent objects, many of which belonged personally to Emperor Alexander II. A tour of the exhibition will give an opportunity to gain a deeper appreciation of the multifaceted personality traits of Emperor Alexander II, as well as to gain new knowledge about important pages of Russian history associated with the era of his reign.
The ticket price is 150-550 rubles.
Signing up by phone: 8 (4212) 477-158 (sightseeing department)
The number of participants is limited!
Please purchase tickets in advance or call 477-158 to sign up.
We look forward to seeing you at the Grodekovo Museum at 11 Shevchenko St.