Saviour’s Church is structurally similar to Znamensky, but unfortunately lacks the quiet backstreet location.
House-Museum of 19th- & 20th-Century History
This museum contains artefacts from Tyumen’s past and is housed in the city’s finest carved cottage. For more examples of wooden houses,...
The wooden Marsharov House-Museum is with original furnishings
Tyumen’s top coffee house has an astonishing range of special grinds, delicious cakes and maté teas served in curious, wooden bulbs...
Lonely Planet review
This spacious bar-restaurant is done up in a wooden, rustic style and serves filling traditional Russian meals. The Siberian mushroom soup (R165) is recommended, as is the kvas (a drink of fermented rye bread water). Also has a large selection of beers (R100 to R190), including some home-brewed options, plus genuine Cuban cigars (from R1100). Check out the summer garden if the weather is good.