A country house with its own small harbour Anton Chekhov bought in 1900 on a small cove at the foot of the Dzhenevez-Kaya cliff. It was here that Chekhov worked on the first act of Three Sisters. In 1987, Chekhov's dacha became a branch of the Chekhov House Museum in Yalta; in 1996, three displays opened, dedicated to Chekhov and his wife, Olga Knipper-Chekhova. Every year from April to November, the museum features an exhibition about Chekhov's life in Crimea and exhibitions by Crimean artists.
|Daily 10 am to 6 pm|
|closed Monday and Tuesday|