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On July 20th, the Governor of the Sverdlovsk Region signed a decree authorizing the opening of museums. This means that in the near future, after an additional decree from the Ekaterinburg Culture Department, the city’s museums will begin to welcome offline guests.

 The hotel “NN18” recommend visiting its closest museums:


Ekaterinburg Museum of Fine Arts

  1. Vojvodina, 5

 Tel. +7 (343) 3711317

The Ekaterinburg Museum of Fine Arts is the largest art museum in the Urals. The date of its foundation is considered to be 1936, although the history of the collections dates back to the last quarter of the 19th century. The collection was replenished with transfers of works from the State Hermitage and the State Tretyakov Gallery. The museum constantly exhibits a collection of Kasli iron cast.

Museum of the History of Stone Cutting and Jewelry Art

  1. Lenin, 37

 Tel. +7 (343) 3712462

It is the only state museum of such a profile in Russia, presenting a complete retrospective of the artistic development of the unique natural resources of the region, clearly demonstrating the continuity of the traditions of processing colored stone and metal.


Museum of the History of Ekaterinburg

  1. Karl Liebknecht, 26

Tel. +7 (343) 3712111

The museum represents the history of Ekaterinburg, thereby contributing to the consolidation of the urban community and the formation of regional identity. The museum hosts exhibitions, educational programs and research projects. The museum stores and displays unique artifacts of the 18-21 centuries. The Museum of the History of Ekaterinburg is one of the oldest museums in the city, leading its history since 1940.


United Museum of Ural Writers

  1. Tolmacheva, 41

 Tel. +7 (343) 3703551

It is one of the largest literary museums in Russia. The United Museum of Ural Writers was founded in 1980 on the basis of several literary and memorial museums. The museum collects and studies materials on the history of literature of the Urals. The museum staff will tell you about famous local writers and Nikolay Nikonov in particular.