Going out of City
Tyumen’s geographical location gives residents the unique opportunity to experience both cold winters and warm summers, with temperatures ranging fr om -30 degrees to + 30 degrees throughout the year. Tyumen is also surrounded by numerous recreation centers perfect for any season.
There are so many places where one can learn about Siberia’s rich history and traditions. We encourage our guests to visit the Archeological Museum at Lake Andreevskoe wh ere they can get to know about the lives and cultures of the region’s indigenous Arctic ethnic groups. Furthermore, the Museum of Tatar culture at Embaevo Village evokes the Siberian Tatar way of life for its visitors, and surely can’t be missed. Visitors can also spend time in the historic Siberian capitol of Tobolsk and familiarize themselves with the former administrative, spiritual, economic, and cultural center of Siberia. The private museum of Grigoriy Rasputin, which is situated on the way from Tyumen to Tobolsk at the small village Pokrovskoe, is one of the oldest villages on the Siberian Route. In this ancient house, visitors learn the story of the enigmatic personality of Rasputin, all accompanied by historical facts and photographs.