Dostoevsky House Museum
Dostoevsky Cultural Centre
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Dostoevsky House Museum information
The author’s family lived on the 1st floor of this riverside dacha, which contains many original pieces. Dostoevsky’s bookcase is still stocked, and his desk has copies from his mazelike drafts – you can see his doodles on the pages. An English-language handout available at the ticket office details the collection.