The 20 best things to do in Tyumen

Review of the best according to the editorial board. On the selection criteria. This material is subjective and does not constitute advertising and does not serve as a purchase guide. Before buying, you need to consult with a specialist.

The very first city that was built in Siberia was Tyumen. It was founded in 1586 on the site where an ancient settlement was once located at the mouth of the Tyumenka River. The name was taken from the Turkic 'tyumen', which meant 'lowland, lower reaches'. Since the beginning of the 17th century, the city has become a major transport interchange that connects Russian cities with China.

Handicrafts were highly developed in Tyumen. Craftsmen who specialized in blacksmith production, soap making, wood products were known throughout Siberia. The city achieved particular popularity thanks to the art of leather dressing. Products were not only sold in our country, but also transported abroad.

The first steamboat launched in 1838 and the opening of the Tyumen-Yekaterinburg railway line in 1885 made the city an important economic center of Russia. At this time, new production facilities were organized and old ones expanded. The first brewery is famous for its drinks, which are receiving prestigious awards and recognition in Europe. Shipbuilding companies are supplying new steamships. In 1903, there were 191 on the rivers. By the beginning of the 20th century, the population increased to 30,000 people. There were 117 factories and plants in the city, including tanneries, machine tools, furniture, footwear, fur, woodworking, canning.

During the Great Patriotic War, important enterprises were evacuated to the city, where the Tyumen people produced military equipment, clothing and food for the front. Tens of thousands of townspeople left to fight the fascists. In 1944, the Tyumen region was formed. The city became its administrative center.

Further development is inextricably linked with the discovery of oil fields. From the beginning of the 60s of the last century, their active development began. At the same time, a civil aviation department was created, thanks to which thousands of specialists from all over the country were delivered to the most inaccessible places in the taiga and tundra. New river routes open up additional transport opportunities.

Today Tyumen is the oil and gas capital of our country. In addition, it is a large economic, cultural, scientific and sports center of Russia. Over the past decades, Tyumen has been leading various ratings. It is becoming the best metropolis in Russia, leading in terms of the quality of life of the population and the development of infrastructure, and is included in the top three cities in terms of fertility.

Tyumen is not a popular tourist destination, but those who come here have something to see. For those who have visited the hospitable Siberian city for the first time, our experts have prepared 20 of the most interesting sights that will tell about its history and will not let you get bored in your free time.

Rating of the most interesting sights of Tyumen

Nomination a place Sight rating
The most interesting military-patriotic sights of Tyumen 1 Monument to Railwaymen of the Front and Rear 5.0
2 Monument to pupils of schools in the city of Tyumen who did not return from the war 4.9
3 Monument to Home Front Workers 4.8
The most interesting natural attractions of Tyumen 1 Thermal springs 5.0
2 Gilevskaya grove 4.9
3 Salt lake 4.8
The most interesting religious sights of Tyumen 1 Znamensky Cathedral 5.0
2 Tyumen synagogue 4.9
3 Church of St. Joseph the Betrothed 4.8
4 Kazarovskaya Mosque 4.7
The most interesting cultural sights of Tyumen 1 Tyumen Drama Theatre 5.0
2 Tyumen Philharmonic 4.9
3 Youth Theater Engagement 4.8
The most interesting architectural sights of Tyumen 1 Tura river embankment 5.0
2 Lovers' bridge 4.9
3 Kolokolnikov's estate 4.8
4 Siberian Cats Square 4.7
The most interesting entertainment attractions of Tyumen 1 Tsvetnoy Boulevard 5.0
2 Tyumen circus 4.9
3 Tyumen Puppet Theater 4.8

The most interesting military-patriotic sights of Tyumen

Monument to Railwaymen of the Front and Rear

Attraction rating (Tyumen): 5.0

Monument to Railwaymen of the Front and Rear

The first place is occupied by a memorable place where the townspeople come to bow and lay bouquets of flowers. The obelisk was erected in September 2015 near the railway station on the square at the entrance to the Zheleznodorozhnik recreation center. This majestic monument is a tribute to the memory of all railway workers, men and women, who worked in the rear and fought in the battles of World War II. It was created from real rails along which trains went, bringing evacuated people, wounded soldiers to Siberia and taking ammunition, weapons, food to the front.

The monument weighs about 60 tons and is installed on a granite base. The total of rail fragments is 3000 pieces. Their total length is 1 km. The highest point is 6 meters. In the middle of the arch hangs a bell with the faces of Alexander Nevsky, Sergius of Radonezh, Dmitry Donskoy, George the Victorious. The volumetric full-length bas-reliefs depict a front-line soldier, a veteran with a carnation, a woman, teenagers and men – workers in the rear. An interesting detail: in the left pylon, every seventh rail is turned over, and this symbolizes about every 7 resident of our country who died in the Second World War.

The monument was created by sculptors and architects from Yekaterinburg and Tyumen. For perpetuating the history of Russian railways, the authors were awarded a personal watch by the President of Russian Railways.

Monument to pupils of schools in the city of Tyumen who did not return from the war

Attraction rating (Tyumen): 4.9

Monument to pupils of schools in the city of Tyumen who did not return from the war

On the second line of the rating is a military-patriotic attraction located in the very center of the city in the Farewell public garden. The monument is erected in memory of all the young men and women who just graduated from school and immediately went to the front to defend the country from fascism. It was installed on June 22 to mark the 50th anniversary of the beginning of the Great Patriotic War. The idea of ​​creation belonged to school graduates of 1941-1945. It was brought to life by the Tyumen people – architect B. Zhuchenko and sculptor N. Raspopov.

The monument consists of sculptures of two young people. A young man in a soldier's uniform with a rifle at the ready is escorted to the front by a barefoot girl. This image has a special meaning: the war began suddenly and no one expected it. On the central part of the marble pedestal one can read: 'To schoolchildren of the city of Tyumen who have not returned from the war'. The names of 112 graduates of local schools who died at the front are engraved on the pylons.

The monument serves as a meeting place for veterans who completed their studies in 1941-45. The young generation of graduates also comes here to honor the memory of their peers, whose youth fell on the most difficult times for the country. For all schoolchildren, mass events are organized here, timed to coincide with the Victory Day and the mournful date – 06/22/1941. There are very few such monuments in the country, so those who come to Tyumen must visit this monument.

Monument to Home Front Workers

Attraction rating (Tyumen): 4.8


The third place in the rating is deservedly taken by the Tyumen attraction, which is located in the park 'To Workers of the Rear'. The idea to erect the monument originated in 2008. It was positively received by both city governors and local residents. The sketch was approved by the administration together with the Union of War Veterans and the Union of Labor Veterans. It was performed by members of the Yekaterinburg Art Fund.

The installation was planned in three different locations, but in the end, for various reasons, all had to be abandoned. As a result, the 'Olympic' square became optimal, which was soon renamed and named as a memorial. The composition is installed on a pedestal. On it there are bronze sculptures of a woman worker of the plant, a disabled WWII, an engineer and a teenager holding signs with the inscriptions “Everything for the front” and “Everything for victory!” Four steps leading upward symbolize 4 years of war.

The monument, erected in 2010, pays tribute to the memory of all Tyumen people who worked in factories during the war, supplying the front with everything necessary for a speedy victory over fascism. Next to it is a wall on which is engraved a list of all enterprises operating in the period 1941-1945.

The most interesting natural attractions of Tyumen

Thermal springs

Attraction rating (Tyumen): 5.0


The thermal springs of Tyumen, which are known far beyond the region, become the leader in the rating among natural attractions. They are located in different areas. Some of them are maximally equipped and use of them is paid, others have preserved their natural environment and visit them free of charge. The healing properties of Tyumen water are no less than those of the sources of the Caucasian Mineral Waters. It is rich in trace elements. Mineralization – 75 g / l.

Swimming is comfortable at any time of the year. This is due to the fact that chloride-sodium-bromine water by underground natural heat is heated up to + 45 ° and retains such parameters in all seasons. Hot baths are indicated for diseases of the musculoskeletal system, gastrointestinal tract, chronic fatigue.

Thermal springs attract the attention of a large number of local residents. This amazing natural area gives new sensations that they are not used to because of the harsh climate of Siberia. The most popular time to visit is from November to March, when the ambient temperature reaches subzero temperatures. Many come for one day. Some stay in hotels nearby and spend a full vacation, combining a healthy vacation with a fun pastime.

Gilevskaya grove

Attraction rating (Tyumen): 4.9

Gilevskaya Grove

The silver medalist of the rating is a picturesque natural area where residents of all ages like to relax. On weekdays, you can see athletes and mothers with strollers. On weekends, several families gather for picnics. Once upon a time, a wild coniferous forest was located far from residential buildings, but gradually the city reached it. Since the 80s of the last century, Gilevskaya Roscha became the first forest park in Tyumen.

In 2014, a large-scale reconstruction of the farm began. But all actions were aimed at preserving the natural ecological situation as much as possible. The forest area includes many types of trees and shrubs. These are age-old pines, raspberries, bird cherry, hawthorn. Birch trees have been planted on the site of the conifers cut down during the Great Patriotic War. The grove is located between the Voinovka River and Lake Krivoye, where there are many waterfowl: ducks, sandpipers, gulls. There are crucians, minnows, gobies, pikes and perches.

Various entertainments are provided on the territory: a sports town, a boat station. Gazebos, benches, children's playgrounds have been built for vacationers. The entrance to the grove is crowned with a ceremonial arch. People come here in any seasons of the year. They go skiing in winter and swim in the water in summer. In spring and autumn they come just to breathe in the fresh air and enjoy the beautiful nature.

Salt lake

Attraction rating (Tyumen): 4.8


The third place in the rating is an attraction that not only has a picturesque view, but also has high healing properties. Salt is a dead lake. Due to the high concentration of salt, fish are not found here, reeds do not grow, and the human body calmly keeps on the surface, not sinking to the bottom. It is not deep. In some places it can be forded. By its properties, the water is close to the springs of Usolsky and Muyaldy. It cures skin diseases very well.

Healing mud has a high mineral composition. It helps with problems of the musculoskeletal system. The water temperature in the spring is always several degrees higher compared to other local water bodies. A few meters from Salt Lake there is a freshwater lake Okunevoe with clean clear water. This has its advantages. Vacationers after bathing in the first can wash off all the salt and dirt in the second.

Lake Tyumen is popular with both local residents and visitors who come here. Many consider it an alternative to the Dead Sea, only located in Russia. Old-timers say that salt from the lake was actively sent to the front during the war. This summer in the afternoon, up to 1000 tourists gather here. Many people collect useful dirt in containers and take them home to continue treatment there.

The most interesting religious sights of Tyumen

Znamensky Cathedral

Attraction rating (Tyumen): 5.0


The first nominee of the rating is one of the oldest and most beautiful churches in Siberia. A small wooden church was originally built in the 17th century. As a result of the fire, it was completely destroyed. Subsequent buildings suffered the same fate. In 1768 the first stone was laid and the construction of a new church began. The construction of the temple was delayed due to lack of funds. When all the work was completed, the parishioners saw the amazing architecture and decorations that made the Znamensky Cathedral the center of Orthodoxy in the Tyumen region.

With the advent of Soviet power, the services continued. But in 1930 the temple was closed and converted into a sports hall. Three years later it was handed over to the believers again. During the Great Patriotic War, services did not stop. In 2003, the cathedral underwent a global reconstruction. Crosses and domes were replaced. The authors of the project tried to preserve the historical appearance without violating the integrity of the image.

The architecture of the building is executed in the Russian Baroque style. The snow-white facade and bright blue domes speak of the purity of the soul and look festive and solemn. Today a Sunday school is open here, craft circles work. Not only residents of Tyumen come here, but also pilgrims from different regions.

Tyumen synagogue

Attraction rating (Tyumen): 4.9


In second place in the ranking is a religious landmark of the city and a sacred place for the local Jewish community. In 1911, construction began, which ended a year later with the grand opening of the Tyumen synagogue. After 5 years, it was closed. For a long time after the revolution, the building was used for various purposes. It housed a hostel, a music school, a warehouse, a branch of the Philharmonic. The premises fell into disrepair without renovation. The roof and windows were destroyed.

In such a deplorable state, the building was handed over to the community 'Madregot' in 1993. Serious restoration work and major reconstruction were able to return the synagogue to its previous appearance. A red brick facade crowns the tower above the main entrance. High windows with snow-white trims and frames in the form of the Stars of David stand out against its background.

A small well-groomed area is surrounded by a beautiful wrought-iron fence. Inside, the premises are decorated in a laconic manner, without frills. The synagogue welcomes not only Jews. It hosts joint holidays with Christians and Muslims, organizes festivals and competitions. At festive events folklore ensembles perform, children have fun, everyone is treated to delicious delicacies. People come to the Tyumen synagogue not only from the region, but also from other cities of Siberia.

Church of St. Joseph the Betrothed

Attraction rating (Tyumen): 4.8


The Catholic Church of Tyumen is on the third line of the rating. It took three years to build, from 1903 to 1906. Funds were collected from the exiled Poles. The philanthropist Vikenty Alfonsovich Poklevsky-Kozell rendered considerable financial assistance. The church was lit in honor of St. Joseph the Betrothed – the patron saint of all who got into a difficult life situation. She had a library with more than 3000 volumes of religious literature.

With the advent of Soviet power, the church, like the temples of other denominations, was closed. It housed a gym, warehouse, 'House of Scientists'. In 1984, the building was transferred to the Tyumen Museum of Local Lore. The only organ in the entire region was installed here. Later he was transferred to the local philharmonic society. At the request of residents in the early 90s of the last century, the building was returned to believers. The renovation was completed in 1993 and the Roman Catholic parish opened its doors to its parishioners.

Today, many Catholics come to venerate the shrines that are kept in the church of St. Joseph the Betrothed. These are the relics of St. Lawrence, St. Cecilia and St. Raphael. There is a Sunday school here, regular mass events are held, where the entire Catholic community of Tyumen gathers.

Kazarovskaya Mosque

Attraction rating (Tyumen): 4.7


The shrine of all Muslims of Tyumen is in fourth place in the ranking. The exact date of the first construction is unknown. The first mention refers to the 20s of the XIX century. The wooden building fell into decay over six decades and partially collapsed. In 1885 it was decided to build a new mosque. All expenses were covered by Bibichamal Apsalyamova. This was not very typical for Muslims when the project was led by a woman. Despite this, the locals were very grateful to her, since there were no other buildings in the city where believers could gather.

Although the new mosque was again wooden, its foundation was made of stone. With the establishment of Soviet power, the believers lost their building. For 40 years, it housed a comprehensive school. In 1960 the minaret was demolished. The new stone building was built not far from the old one, and today you can see two sights at the same time. In 2001, the grand opening of the Kazarovskaya Mosque took place.

The building is located a few kilometers from the center. The mosque also has a second name – 'Khadija'. It was received in honor of the wife of the Prophet Muhammad, who throughout his life was his faithful companion and companion.

The most interesting cultural sights of Tyumen

Tyumen Drama Theatre

Attraction rating (Tyumen): 5.0


In the first place in this category of the rating is the place of cultural recreation of the townspeople and guests who come here. The Tyumen Drama Theater is considered the largest in the country. His history is very rich and interesting. At first, it was a small circle, which united ordinary people devoted to art. The audience saw the first performance in December 1858. It was a real full house. For a whole year, only one performance was included in the repertoire, but each time the audience saw the artists off the stage while standing.

After the revolution, the theater went through difficult times. Eleven cast members have changed in 13 years. Critics and audiences were unhappy with the troupe's performance. In 1935 the theater moved to new premises. Three years later, a permanent cast of talented professional actors was formed. The theater provided colossal moral support to civilians, evacuated and wounded during the Great Patriotic War. Classics, children's and revolutionary performances were staged here.

In 2005, the city government donated a new stately and beautiful building to the theater. It attracts with its architecture with magnificent interior and exterior decoration. Today the theater has a huge area – 32 thousand square meters. m. The repertoire is diverse. Experimental and classical performances are staged here, which will not leave anyone indifferent.

Tyumen Philharmonic

Attraction rating (Tyumen): 4.9

Tyumen Philharmonic

On the second line of our rating is a cultural institution, which was organized in 1958. In fact, at this time there was a transformation from the Concert and Variety Bureau, which had been operating since 1944. The Philharmonic gave away concerts throughout the country. In 1967 she moved to a spacious building where large-scale festivals and competitions were held. In 2001, a global reconstruction began, which lasted two years.

Spectators came to the renovated premises with an enlarged hall up to 1229 seats. Performances of theatrical and choreographic groups are held on the big stage today. The improved speaker system allows you to enjoy great sound. Lovers of chamber and organ music were presented with a separate hall for 240 people.

The Tyumen Philharmonic is proud of its collectives. A symphony orchestra, a state dance ensemble, a choir chapel, a vocal and pop group, a duet of Russian folk instruments, solo artists perform on their own stage and give tours. The institution actively cooperates with philharmonic societies from other regions. Domestic and foreign musicians give concerts in the halls, delighting Tyumen residents with their talents and manner of performance.

Youth Theater Engagement

Attraction rating (Tyumen): 4.8


The third position in the ranking is occupied by the youth theater, which puts on performances for both adults and children. It was opened in 1994, when, in a difficult economic situation, people did not find the time and money to attend cultural events. In such a situation, many institutions were forced to reduce their repertoire and even close.

Thanks to the support of patrons, the talent of the director and the professionalism of the creative team, the youth theater not only survived in that difficult time, but was positively noted by critics and the public. The troupe began to go on tour in the cities of Siberia, and then in Russia. She began to replenish with graduates of theatrical universities and colleges. In 2000, the institution became municipal.

The original repertoire and the author's vision of classical works lead to undoubted success with the audience. 'Engagement' has more than once become a prize-winner and laureate of festivals at city, regional and federal levels. It fully meets the needs of Tyumen youth in cultural education. The theater's undoubted advantage is its charity work. “Engagement” organizes free screenings of performances for socially vulnerable categories of spectators.

The most interesting architectural sights of Tyumen

Tura river embankment

Attraction rating (Tyumen): 5.0


The first place in the rating is deservedly occupied by a landmark, which is distinguished by its unique architecture. The embankment of the Tura River is a place for walks with children, friends and lovers meet here, they gather in cheerful companies. The complex engineering structure solves several problems. It was built to strengthen the coastal zone and is a four-level structure. When the river floods, the lower two tiers are flooded.

In addition to its practical significance, it also carries cultural significance. The Tyumen embankment is a visiting card of the whole city. The development of the project and its implementation was a complex global process. Thirty renowned sculptors, engineers, architects, surveyors took part in the design. In 2012, the first stage, 1,500 meters long, was opened. The sides of the stairs are decorated with granite in the form of waves. Lanterns with wrought iron elements are installed along the entire length of the embankment.

The bas-reliefs located on the fortification walls, and nearby sculptures, tell the history of the city from the beginning of its formation to the present day. The embankment has been landscaped. There are comfortable benches and small fountains. The modern building was appreciated not only by the townspeople. In 2014, the Tyumen embankment was included in the list of the best tourist routes by UNESCO.

Lovers' bridge

Attraction rating (Tyumen): 4.9

Lovers' bridge

The famous and beloved architectural landmark of the townspeople – Tyumen's Bridge of Lovers – is on the second line of the rating. This is not just a pedestrian zone. This is a place for romantic meetings and dates, which every couple in love has visited at least once. A clock hangs on it to check the time and count down the agonizing seconds until the long-awaited meeting. The bridge was built in the 80s of the last century and was called 'Pedestrian'. The modern name appeared in 2003, when a competition for the best and longest kiss was organized.

At night, the lights turn on, so the bridge is waiting for lovers at any time of the day. Since 2005, a tradition has emerged for newlyweds to hang personal locks on the railings, and throw the key into the river. The bridge became so popular that the administration decided to remove them at regular intervals in order to reduce the load on the structure. For the same purpose, the benches that once stood along the entire perimeter of the structure were dismantled.

The bridge connects the two banks of the Tura. It is noteworthy that on one side there are wooden buildings with a rich history, on the other – a stone embankment with modern buildings. Tourists who come here also liked the sight, who consider it obligatory to take a picture here and throw a coin into Tura in order to return to the hospitable city again.

Kolokolnikov's estate

Attraction rating (Tyumen): 4.8


The bronze rating goes to the estate, which once belonged to an honorary citizen of Tyumen and is named in his honor. The pre-revolutionary 200-year-old building has been well preserved to this day. Famous merchants were its owners at different times. The future emperor Alexander, poet Vasily Zhukovsky, Marshal Vasily Blucher stayed in the estate. Initially, the house had two floors: the first stone and the second wooden. In 1888 Stepan Ivanovich Kolokolnikov became the owner.

At his request, the building was partially rebuilt. It was enlarged and the facade was decorated with rich carvings. The interior has become more sophisticated. The new owner turned the house into a palace, decorating the ceilings with stucco moldings, sequentially connecting the rooms, making arched doorways. Externally, the architectural monument looks like a stone building. In fact, the wooden facade of the second floor is carefully hidden by plaster.

Today the interior layout has been slightly changed. The halls contain household items, things, old paintings and photographs. The estate belongs to the Tyumen Museum of Local Lore. After 6 years of extensive restoration that ended in 1996, guided tours are held here, where guides tell about the interesting history of the house and its inhabitants from the 19th and early 20th centuries.

Siberian Cats Square

Attraction rating (Tyumen): 4.7


The fourth nominee of the rating is an interesting attraction of Tyumen, which guests of the city must come to see. The history of its creation dates back to the times of the Great Patriotic War, when in besieged Leningrad all cats were exterminated due to hunger, and as a result hordes of rats attacked the city. It was a massive invasion of rodents who stopped at nothing. They instantly destroyed the meager food debris and even attacked exhausted people. The famous paintings of the Hermitage also suffered from pests.

The rats were fought in various ways, but there were no results. After breaking the blockade, the only correct decision was made – to bring cats from other regions. More than 5000 rat-catchers came from Siberian cities, including Tyumen. Today 70 cats are the official guards of the Hermitage and have an 'Hermitage passport'.

In gratitude for saving thousands of human lives and valuable historical exhibits, it was decided to erect a monument to animals. As a result, since 2008, the square has been pleasing with a multitude of granite pedestals with figures of twelve playing or imposingly resting cats, cast from cast iron and covered with golden paint. The idea was brought to life by the sculptor Marina Alchibaeva.

The most interesting entertainment attractions of Tyumen

Tsvetnoy Boulevard

Attraction rating (Tyumen): 5.0


A popular vacation spot for Tyumen residents is on the first line of the rating. The longest pedestrian zone runs through the city center. It was called colored by analogy with the Moscow street, since there is also a circus here. The entrance is designed in the form of a beautiful metal arch. There are five squares on the territory of the boulevard. The water installation 'Seasons' rises on Fontannaya. On the Sports Square there is a complex 'Central', on the Circus – a new modern circus.

In the early 90s, the street fell into disrepair, and it was decided to return the city's favorite pedestrian zone. Today it is a comfortable place where people of any age are fun and interesting. Here kids frolic, couples meet on Love Square, young people gather, pensioners rest on benches. Sculptures are installed around the perimeter. The most favorite of them are the legendary clowns Oleg Popov, Karandash and Yuri Nikulin.

Many people enjoy visiting the amusement park. The Ferris Wheel offers a panoramic view of the entire city and Tura. The modern recreation area has become a center for leisure and shopping. There are boutiques and shops, a cinema, restaurants and cafes here. In summer, concerts and festive events are held on the territory, in winter they equip an ice rink and construct outlandish figures of ice, which are illuminated at night.

Tyumen circus

Attraction rating (Tyumen): 4.9

Tyumen circus

The second place in the rating is given to the Tyumen circus, which has a long history and its own established traditions. In the 17th and 18th centuries, jugglers and acrobats performed right on the streets of the city. Then tents appeared, and in 1897 they were replaced by a pavilion in which a stove was installed, so performances did not stop even in winter. In 1903, a new summer circus was built at the expense of a local philanthropist. Seven years later, a permanent troupe is organized there. In difficult revolutionary years, the circus continued to give bright, funny performances.

The old building was demolished, in 1932 a new one was built. It assumed only summer performances, and was closed for the winter. For many decades, the circus delighted large and small spectators, despite the dilapidated building. In 2001, the dome ruptured due to the pressure of snow, rain and wind. As a result, the building was dismantled. After 2 years, large-scale construction began, which was completed 10 months later.

A distinctive feature – the circus has no walls, but one continuous circular stained glass window. One gets the feeling that the huge dome is like hovering in the air. The diameter of the arena is 13 m. The hall can simultaneously accommodate 1400 people. Due to the absence of columns, there are no awkward places in it. Even toddlers from all ranks can see everything that happens perfectly. According to statistics, it was the Tyumen spectators who overtook residents of other regions in terms of attendance to their circus.

Tyumen Puppet Theater

Attraction rating (Tyumen): 4.8


The third line of the rating is the most interesting entertainment attraction for young and adult residents of Tyumen. The performances are designed for viewers from the age of 3. The theater was officially opened in June 1946, but its troupe was formed much earlier and performed with performances during the Great Patriotic War. In the 60s of the last century, he began to actively participate not only in domestic competitions, but also in foreign festivals.

1972 was marked by a move to a new building with 400 seats with a spacious foyer, comfortable seating, a large stage and interesting, beautiful decoration. At that time, in addition to dolls, masks began to be used. In 2000, the building began to be reconstructed. The renovation lasted until 2002. The geography of the tour is wide. These are provincial and metropolitan stage, European theaters.

Today TTK offers a diverse repertoire. These are not only puppet shows for children, but also mask performances and a 'live plan' for adult spectators. It employs a creative, talented team devoted to art. The Tyumen Puppet Theater has many awards, including for victories in international festivals.

Attention! This rating is subjective and does not constitute an advertisement and does not serve as a purchase guide. Before buying, you need to consult with a specialist.

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