Vladimir offers numerous museums to tourists, catering to a variety of interests and niches. While you may not be able to visit them all during a trip, there are a couple of museums that you shouldn’t miss to visit.
If your travel schedule is tight, considering visiting three to five museums on this list, whatever suits your fancy.
Featuring a collection of replicas and remains of the decorations of two churches in Vladimir: the Assumption and Dmitry’s cathedrals. Visitors will be taken to a tour of Vladimir history from Kyivan princes to the revolution of 1917.
A visit to this colorful museum is truly a one-of-a-kind experience: you’ll get to taste the traditional Russian delicacy and decorate it in a master-class. And the reward when you’re done with the painting session? A piece of gingerbread and a cup of comforting, hot black tea.
Yes, you read it right—there’s actually a museum in Vladimir dedicated to spoons. Quirky as it sounds, the museum educates visitors about the spoon by highlighting its production techniques and methods, as well as its history. The traditional crafts museum exhibits tableware for the White House, Windsor dynasty’s coronation spoons, a love spoon from Wales, and other intricately designed spoons.
Museum of Crystal and Lacquer Miniatures
Inside the Trinity Church lies an interesting display of Vladimir’s arts and crafts housed in the Museum of Crystal and Lacquer Miniatures.
“Old Vladimir” Museum
Situated in a former 19th-century water tower, this small museum features ancient Vladimir at its finest. The collection includes samples of Tsarist-era publications and room interiors, photos of ancient Vladimir streets, and more about the old Vladimir’s way of life.
The most interesting part of the museum is its observation deck at the top of the tower where you can revel in the view of the modern Vladimir.
At Vladimir, you won’t run out of museums to visit. If your time in Vladimir is limited, just pick the best ones that suit your taste as a traveler