A sightseeing tour around Kostroma. A guided tour to the Ipatiev Monastery museum reserve, with a visit to the Trinity Cathedral. A guided tour to the Bogoyavlensko-Anastasiin Convent. A visit to Snegurochka’s Palace. A visit to the Museum of jewelry craftsmanship in the Krasnoe-na-Volge village, which is historically called the “jewelry capital” of Russia. A workshop in this Museum.
Volga Hotel, Kostroma
A sightseeing tour around Kostroma: you will see the Twelve-Dome Church of Resurrection on Debr; have a ride along the Volga embankment, see the merchants' rows (Red and Big Flour merchants' rows, Gingerbread, Tobacco, Oil and Grocery merchants' rows).
A guided tour to the museum reserve “The Ipatiev Monastery” with a visit to the Trinity Cathedral.
A guided tour to the Bogoyavlensko-Anastasiin Convent, featuring the major sanctuary of the land of Kostroma, the miracle-working Our Lady of St Theodore Icon.
A visit to “Snegurochka’s Palace”: in the upper room, Snegurochka will tell you about her life and introduce you to some magic items, and in the next room there will be an amazing encounter with Slavic myths and legends.
Departure to the village of Krasnoe-na-Volge. 35 kilometers from Kostroma, on the side of the Volga river there is an old Kostroma village, which is historically called the “jewelry capital” of Russia.
A visit to the Museum of jewelry craftsmanship. You will hear the story about the technologies, secrets and traditions of the jewelry making, about the work of the craftsmen.
A workshop in the Museum: to understand how difficult the jeweler’s profession is, we invite you to try and master one of the easiest jewelry-making operations.
Departure to the Sumarokovskaya elk farm. Not far from Kostroma there is a unique elk farm, where about 40 elks live.