For individual visitors

  • You will see the house where the Chekhovs lived.

  • You will see the outbuilding kitchen with its exhibition of rural Russian life of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

  • You will see the guest house where in 1895 Anton Chekhov wrote his famous play "The Seagull",You will visit the exhibition "Ambulatory clinic", which describes medical activity of Chekhov.

  • You will enjoy of the garden "South of France" and

  • Pond “Aquarium”

  • You will go up the "Levitanov hill."

  • You will have a walk through the old park and along the “Walk of Love", which still remember the steps of the Chekhovs. In short, you will plunge yourself into a subtle, elusive the world of a wonderful person and a great writer Anton Pavlovich Chekhov, a physician and prominent public figure.