Primorsky Art Gallery
Arsenev Regional Museum
Grey-haired ladies keep watch over every Russian museum in existence, but none do it more sweetly than at the interesting Arsenev...
Arka Art Gallery
In the centre, drop by to see the free, changing exhibits at the Arka Art Gallery , located in an alley.
Hosts classical music and also jazz shows.
Vladivostok’s cool crowd comes to this indoor-outdoor café to enjoy a drink or well-prepared light meals (chicken sandwiches for R150)...
Lonely Planet review
Vladivostok’s bipolar art museum, the Primorsky Art Gallery , has a small collection at its original locale (ul Aleutskaya 12), but the main collection has moved indefinitely to two separate halls east of Park Provotsky (with separate admissions). The one to the west features 19th- and early 20th-century oil masters (including Feshin’s sassy Golden Hairs from 1914), packed onto limited wall space. The east gallery features changing exhibits of local painters (when we dropped by they featured fascinating graphic artwork from ’60s Soviet-ho! books).