If you love Tolstoi as much as I do, you will surely enjoy a visit to his former house in Moscow, to see the way he used to live with his family, his study!! The desk where he would sit and write his masterpieces. To...More
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This is the winter home where Leo Tolstoy lived and wrote his last epic Resurrection. It's a small estate in comparison to his great literary influence. A place of spiritual awakening.
We went for a guided tour of Tolstoi's home - it was very entertaining, and the guide was very knowledgable. It was interesting, even for our teens.
These grounds and buildings are very quaint and well kept. You can go into the house itself for around £4.50 but I didn't bother. This is really one for avid Tolstoi fans plus it's extremely hard to find and a long walk from the metro...More
Even if you don t know who Leo Tolstiy is, you should jump to the unique opportunity to see a genuine Moscovite house with a lovely garden right in Moscow city center. It is giving you an idea of how people described in novels lived...More
This house is like stepping back in time to when Tolstoy used to live here with his large family. Whilst he employed 10 servants he was a simple man cutting logs etc himself. The museum displays original furniture in each of the many rooms, with...More
I live close by and i like to walk inside the park,just to walk or seat there and read the books. If you like his works or you just like the quite small parks or check the human-being of L.Tolstoi - its right place to...More
This place was built like a large country house but it's actually close to Arbat. It was sorrounded by factories and now it is in the middle of a newly converted very "in" neighborhood of downtown Moscow. Here Tolstoj could experience the life of the...More
when we came here, we were very friendly met but the museums staff. this place still has the athmosphere of Tolstoi Time. The garden next to the house is also very charming. I recommend this place for everyone who is interested in Tolstoi and his...More
Take the Metro to Kulturne Park, a short walk and you stand in front of Tolstoy's old home. Walk around, preferably with a guiden tour, leran about Tolstoy and admire beautiful things. You will not regnet this I promise! Several nice restaurants for a meal...More