The Ekaterinburg Museum originated as part of the Ural Regional Museum of the Revolution before becoming its own separate entity in 1943. Since then, the Ekaterinburg Museum has focused on displaying important artefacts from the region for visitors and travellers.
The Park Inn by Radisson Ekaterinburg hotel makes a natural choice for visiting Ekaterinburg Museum and all the city's fantastic sights. With 160 modern and bright hotel rooms to choose from, guests can be assured a comfortable stay when lodging at this hotel in Ekaterinburg
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Exhibits at Ekaterinburg Museum
The exhibits at Ekaterinburg Museum trace the region's history through the years, each presenting a unique take on a person, place or thing. One such exhibit puts Ekaterinburg history on display through the eyes of a single structure in the city - Number 26 Karl Liebknecht street. The building has played many roles, hosting royals and foreign dignitaries, revolutionaries, citizens as a Soviet tenement and finally as a museum.
A number of temporary exhibitions also visit Ekaterinburg Museum on a regular basis. These exhibits have included in-depth studies of the city from various points in time, displays of wax figures of famous people and more.
Not far from Park Inn by Radisson Ekaterinburg Hotel you will also find the Ekaterinburg History Museum. The museum was built in 1820 and contains a unique database on the city planning of Ekaterinburg. The halls of the museum replicate the interior of the largest private library of Old Ekaterinburg. Among rare displays are original photos, books, old coins, and works of famous Ural artists such as Ernst Neizvestny and Misha Brusilovsky. The museum has several of branches, like the Metal Shop that situated in the water-tower on the City Dam.
Take a walk through history from Park Inn Ekaterinburg
A simple walk through Ekaterinburg from the Park Inn by Radisson reveals much about the history of the city, but a trip to Ekaterinburg museum will be well-received by any visitor wanting to know more. Visit the museum from a well-placed hotel in the city centre, the Park Inn by Radisson Ekaterinburg.
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