Chekhov’s house remains intact and has now been turned into a museum, which allows you to see the rooms just the way they were when Chekhov (1860-1904) lived there.
The museum focuses on Chekhov’s life and work from 1879 to 1904. The visit takes you through his study and his bedroom as well as his brother’s and sisters’ bedrooms and the living room. In his study you can see a signed photo that Tchaikovsky left after he visited Chekhov.
In the study some paintings are exhibited, they were made by his brother, Nikolai Chekhov, who passed away prematurely.