The opening of the Chamber Music and Organ Hall in 1986 matched the date of the 250th anniversary of the foundation of the city.
The hall with a capacity of 300 people is located in the building that... View mapLearn more
The Glinka Academic Opera and Ballet theatre is located on the oldest square of the city: Yaroslavskogo Square. The theate was built in 1937-1941 to replace the Cathedral of the Nativity of Christ, destroyed... View mapLearn more
The gallery was opened in 1940. Today its collection counts over 11 thousand items including works from Flemish, Dutch and Russian masters (Tropinin, Brullov, Ayvasovsky), graphic art, sculptures, decorative... View mapLearn more
The Regional Museum of Chelyabinsk officially opened in 1923. However, the collection was already being gathered as soon as 1913.
After its opening, the museum moved location many times. From 1933... View mapLearn more