Nikolai Ostrovsky Literary Memorial Museum is the house where the famous Russian author lived when he lost sight and the ability to move. Nevertheless, he went on enjoying life: this incredibly strong person confessed that despite he couldn’t see the beauty of Sochi, he still felt its fresh air with bright subtropical aromas. And this made him happy!
Nikolai Ostrovsky wrote the world-known novel “How the Steel Was Tempered”, devoted to the difficulties and hardships of the Civil War. But his memorial house is attended by not only literature lovers: it’s highly popular among all the guests of the city who are interested in culture, history, architecture, and so on.
In order to visit Nikolai Ostrovsky Literary Memorial Museum in Sochi and enjoy the exceptional beauty of the building, as well as the exciting uniqueness of its collections and expositions, please, contact the specialists of our inviting company. We’ll book the tickets for the forthcoming exhibitions and hire an experienced native guide to tell you about every showpiece. Leave your request on the website of Tari Tour or call +7 495 777 90 15.