You do not live in Kaluga, but you really want to visit the Buzeon Paper Museum? Then this post is for you!
Today we will very briefly, but clearly, tell you how to book a tour to Buzeon from your city.
To do this, please contact directly one of the travel companies from the list below.
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About the museum
The Buzeon Paper Museum opened two years ago at the initiative of Dmitry Alexandrovich Dulkin, General Director of United Paper Mills, which includes the Polotnyano-Zavodskaya Paper Mill, one of the oldest paper-producing enterprises in Russia to date. The Paper Mill was founded in 1718 by the personal decree of Peter I. By the end of the 18th century, it held a leading position in the industry. The museum is located in a historical industrial building at the factory.
In Buzeon you can learn almost everything about the paper: see samples of Japanese, Arabic, French, Russian hand-made paper of the 18th-19th centuries, watch newsreels on paper production in the USSR during the first five-year plans, the Great Patriotic War, the 1960s, take a virtual tour of the workshops of the Polotnyano-Zavodskaya Paper Mill, make a sheet of paper and take part in a workshop on creating decorations using the punching, papier-mache and origami techniques.