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Melikhovo is an old-time village near Moscow, which is closely associated with the name of the great Russian writer, doctor, public figure, Anton Pavlovich Chekhov.

Museum-reserve is an extensive complex of buildings and the manor house of Chekhov with the historic garden and park, with the “Walk of Love", "Levitanov Hill", pond "Aquarium" and garden "South of France".

The manor house of the writer is surrounded by the park with many old trees, where cherry and apple orchards blossom in spring. Near the house there stands the outbuilding-kitchen. It exhibits rural Russian life of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. At the bottom of the garden there is a cozy outbuilding, where in 1895, Anton Chekhov wrote his famous play "The Seagull."

On the estate there is the exhibition of a health care facility "Ambulatory clinic", where visitors learn about medical activities of A. P. Chekhov.

"Chekhov's bathhouse" describes household activity of the Chekhov family.

On "Lilac Alley"  one can see the first monument in Russia to A. P. Chekhov, by sculptor G. I. Motovilov.

Melikhovo is a high level of a guided tour service. The Museum offers an opportunity to not only one-day visits, but also comfortable environment for those who wish to spend a few days here: a cafe, a guest house as well as parking lot for buses and cars.