The Author’s museum of cultural studies in doll-images
Kaluga region, Obninsk, Kurchatova ul., building 27
Tel.: +7 (919) 038-38-59
Tue, Thu: 14:00 – 18:00 by request at any time
On a charitable basis
Museum founder (owner/director)
Lilya Ilyinichna Abramycheva
Among the museum’s contents: Collection of dolls, models, stands, portraits of tsars, flags of countries, Pushkin’s salon, fairy tale zone, and family zone.
The museum has a hall dedicated to the history of Russia, comprised of the following zones: the Rurik dynasty, the Romanovs, religion and class in Russia, the revolution, the Soviet period and its rulers.
There are revived paintings based on literary works, as well as 7 flags of Russia and different countries of the world.
In the salon of A.S. Pushkin, the following are represented: the thousand-year family tree of the Poet, the lamp of Arina Rodionovna, family and gender education, the zone of peoples’ fairy tales, the collection of Petrushkas, Karlsons.
The development of the museum was carried out according to the author and founder of the museum’s book “Fundamentals of the Intellectual Development of a Child” in 2 volumes, recognized by UNESCO at the UN as the experience of Russia. The museum has been working on a voluntary basis for over 28 years. For humanitarian work it was awarded the Gold Commemorative Medal “Palm Branch of the World” for its contribution to world culture by UNESCO at the United Nations.
The expositions of the museum have been presented at the international exhibition “World of Childhood”, in the Tretyakov Gallery, in Kaluga, and at conferences.