The air of the Old Town is literally saturated with history, and the journey through time begins from the moment when you open the wrought-iron door to the "Museum of the Russian Stove".
The tour starts from the courtyard, where a lot of household items, tools, all kinds of utensils and other things of the past centuries that people used in work and life are collected. Here you can try and understand for yourself how it was then-manually sawing firewood, working with sandpaper, turning an old mill with which grain was ground in the old days.
The collection of items is impressive. They were collected for 30 years. There are spinning wheels, stupas, hand mills, samovars, planes and chisels. Simple objects reflect peasant ingenuity, skill, resourcefulness and hard work. Everything was done with love and conscientiously, so it has been preserved to this day.