The museum of fairy good-natured house-spirits, has no analogues in the world. It was opened on July 10, 2009 in the village of Zaprudnoyeh in the Alushta district by the Nikonorov family, the sculptors.
The Six Senses Japanese garden is comfortably placed on the territory of the five-star Mriya Resort & Spa Hotel. Guests of the traditional Japanese garden can enjoy a walk along waterfalls, ponds with golden carps and turtles, a rock garden, bridges, which are scattered over an area of 6 hectares.
The fountain is in the picturesque park of the Gurzufsky Health Resort. The sculpture in the Baroque style depicts a scene from Greek mythology. The central figure is Nyx (or Nox in Latin) − the goddess of the night with a torch of life up in her hand.
Aquarel Dolphinarium is in Alushta, opposite the trolleybus ticket office. Dolphins named Hector and Ghena please both young and adult visitors with their acrobatic performances. Visitors will also be able to swim and play with the dolphins, pet the actors and take a photo with them as a keepsake, as well as undergo a dolphin therapy session.
Eupatoria Dolphinarium was set up in 1996. A new modern complex was opened in 2012. The Dolphinarium Hall is one of the most spacious in Crimea, its sitting capacity is 800 people. The dome of the building during the warm season remains open, providing air ventilation, and closed in winter, maintaining a comfortable temperature.
It has been working since 2013 in the historical part of Eupatoria. It is in the yard of the central children's library of the city. The rooms are decorated in the style of an old ship: there are rooms representing a treasury, a sailor's cabin and others.