Dostoevsky House Museum
Dostoevsky Cultural Centre
A short walk north of the museum along the river will bring you to this centre which hosts temporary exhibitions and at which you can...
An attractive whitewashed 12th-century monastery has become the home of this museum offering the usual historical displays and old...
Offers a menu that mixes pizza and sushi – not an uncommon combination in Russia! The set meals of the latter from R350 are a reasonable...
Dostoevsky House Museum information
Lonely Planet review
The author’s family lived on the 1st floor of this riverside house, which has been lovingly maintained and still contains many original pieces. Dostoevsky’s desk has copies from his mazelike drafts, and you can see his doodles on the pages. His bookcase holds books from the period, and his wife’s bedroom contains her bed, chest and other personal items. An English-language handout available at the ticket office provides details of what you can see in each of the rooms.