Tula samovars Museum

Tula, Mendeleevskaya str., 8
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    Tula has long been known for its crafts - harmonic, arms, gingerbread, samovar. But it was the samovar that became a characteristic symbol of Russian life. After all, a samovar is a symbol of family hearth and comfort.

    The exposition of the museum shows the development of samovar production in Tula from the first workshop of the Lisitsyn brothers to the Batashev samovar factory and "Shtamp" and "TPZ" modern factories. The museum presents unique exhibits: the predecessor of the samovar is a sbitennik, a water heater of the very first Tula samovar factory of the Lisitsyn brothers, of which there are no more than ten in Russia, a collection of samovars donated to the children of the last Russian emperor Nicholas II, a samovar presented to J. Stalin.

    Holders of the New Year badge "Guest of Tula" are given a discount on the entrance ticket (without excursion service).

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    Tula, Mendeleevskaya str., 8
    +7 (4872) 31-23-33
    Понедельник, Tueорник, Wedеда, четверг, воскресенье 10:00 - 18:00 Пятница, суббота 10:00 - 20:00 последняя Wedеда месяца - санитарный день
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