Konstantin Paustovsky spent long periods of his life on the peninsula, and the Crimean theme is often present in his work. The museum house opened in 2005 and the mansion was completely restored in 2009. The author stayed here in 1949. The interiors of a provincial mansion of the early 20th century were recreated in four halls. There is also an unusual open exhibition: a garden with quotes from Paustovsky's books.
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|Friday noon to 8 pm|