The museum is dedicated to the serf Arina Rodionovna. She became the main woman in the life of Alexander Pushkin. Arina Rodionovna was the poet's nanny. The famous poem "Winter Evening" dedicated by Alexander Pushkin: "Well, my old lady, Silenced by the window?" The museum itself was opened in 1974. The hut, which houses the museum, was allocated to the family of Arina Rodionovna in 1795 by Mr. Hannibaly-Pushkin for her good service. Here she lived with her husband and children.
In the village of Siverskoye, at the top of a hill, which offers a wonderful view of the Oredezh River, there is an interesting museum "Country Capital". In the 19th century Siversky was considered to be the best dacha settlement near St. Petersburg. The museum was opened in an ancient, wooden, preserved "Guest House", which is more than 120 years old. Blok, Bely, Hippius, Merezhkovsky, Mayakovsky, Chukovsky and Akhmatova once stayed here.
I suggest not to come back from the past and visit the cafe, made for an inn of the XIX century. The interior is decorated in traditional Russian style: Russian stove and wooden tables. The cuisine is presented in a native Russian style.
Museum, which is associated with the name of A.S. Pushkin. It is recreated from the story "Station Ranger" by Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin and archive documents preserved at the Vyrsk post station, where the poet once stayed.
Once upon a time a famous writer V.V. lived in these places. Nabokov, but during the revolution he and his family had to leave Russia. Now the estate houses an exposition telling about the history of the village, the fate of the estate owners, the life and work of Vladimir Nabokov. Please note: the museum is open from Wednesday to Sunday!
At the end of the day I suggest taking a walk or having a picnic on the shore of a picturesque water body - Lake Orlin.
I invite you to a very atmospheric place for dinner.