Regional History Museum
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Military History Museum
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Khabarovsk Territorial Museum
Located in an evocative 1894 red-brick building, this museum contains a far-better-than-average look into native cultures and a full-on...
A café with a pricey menu of slick international snacks (fajitas, burgers, brownies) by day, it becomes a prime party spot after hours.
Join hipsters drinking home brew in this low-lit space. It has good salads and business lunches from R140.
Regional History Museum information
Lonely Planet review
The Regional History Museum offers a series of well laid-out halls in an evocative 1894 red-brick building. Highlights are many, particularly a far-better-than-average look into native cultures, a few English captions in the stuffed-animal section, and a full-on panorama of the snowy 1922 civil war battle at Volochaevka. No Gulag coverage, though the nearby prison population was bigger than the city’s in the ’30s. At research time, the museum was busy adding on a second wing as the Amur RiverMuseum , which may require an additional ticket.