Objects of tourist display (museums, exhibitions, galleries, architectural monuments, religious monuments, archaeological sites).
The Post office of Ded Moroz (Father Frost) is in the center of Veliky Ustyug. It is the destination point of all letters that children send to the Winter Wizard.
The paper Museum tells about the history of paper creation, modern production and technological features of its production.
A monument of history, culture and architecture of the XIX century, the former manor of the noblemen of Galskoys.
The first and the only Russian Lace Museum.
The main Wizard of the country - the Russian Ded Moroz (Father Frost) lives here in a wooden palace in the pine forest. Here his assistants will acquaint tourists with the life of the Sorcerer and show all the rooms of the fairy-tale house.
A family seat of Holy Hierarch St. Ignaty Bryanchaninov (secular Dmitry Alexandrovich Bryanchaninov), Bishop of the Caucasus and the Black Sea, a well-known theologian and preacher.
Museum of Architecture and Ethnography in Vologda district welcomes you to the world of northern Russian village of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Here you can get the first-hand experience of Russian traditions, attitudes and cultural background.
The official date of Vologda founding is 1147. This is known from the "The Tales of the Miracles of Gerasim of Vologda" by 1666. By the 865th anniversary of Vologda a monument was erected on the embankment of the same river, where the Monk Gerasim came in 1147.
The Vologda State Museum-Preserve of History, Architecture and Decorative Arts is one of the largest museums in the North of Russia.
Permanent exhibition devoted to the history of the stay of Peter I in the city of Vologda.
The museum exposition reconstructs the real situation that surrounds the submariners during the service on the atomic-powered submarine and consists of the items of equipment and weapons used on the submarine during its sailing, the elements of the submariners’ routine
The basis of museum's exposition is created by objects of everyday life of Vologda villages inhabitants in the ХХ century: weaving looms, a collection of spinning wheels, peasant furniture, horse harness, gramophones and phonographs, typewriter and mechanical counting machines, carpentry tools and, of course, the original ceramics of the Russia famous craftswoman Nina Mishintseva.