Sights of Cherepovets: list, description and photo


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1. The estate of Gali

A manor house with a complex of outbuildings located in the city. The historical and ethnographic museum was opened in it in 1989. Inside, the atmosphere of past centuries was recreated, household items and household items were collected. They talk about the era as a whole, peasant life and the family tree of noble families of Cherepovets. On the basis of the museum, master classes in art painting and clay modeling, as well as equestrian classes are held.

2. Resurrection Cathedral

One of the two temples of the same monastery. Built in the middle of the 18th century, it is now the oldest building in the city. In the Soviet period, a workshop was located there for some time. Full recovery began in the 80s and lasted until the zero. Among other things, new domes appeared, gilded the iconostasis, made a stone floor and restored the altars.

3. Chamber Theater

In the 60s of the century before last, representatives of the city's intelligentsia created a dramatic circle. It changed over time, but did not have the status of a theater. Only in 1993, the troupe received its own building and the corresponding status. The modern hall seats 438 spectators. The productions in the repertoire are different: from classics to works by authors of our days. There is a youth studio at the theater.

4. Museum of the metallurgical industry

Works in the industrial zone of the city since 2015. The place was chosen for convenience and authenticity - the atmosphere around corresponds to the theme. The exposition is located in 4 rooms. During the excursions, special attention was paid to modern means of delivering information: 3D projections, modeling of industrial processes, installations. Tourists are offered fascinating quests, as well as taught to craft from nails and wire.

5. Art Museum

The separation of the art collection from the collection of the museum of local lore took place in 1938. First, she was given a small room, and only in 1992 they allocated their own building. Two exhibition halls are occupied by constantly working exhibitions: “Russian Art of the 18th-20th Centuries” and “The World of Russian Icon”. There is also a separate gallery showing contemporary art.

6. Museum of Local History

It exists since 1896, and its current status since 1925. The exposition traces the development of the city from ancient times to the present day. Particularly interesting exhibits include: the weapons of the Horde, recreated by the cell of the monk of the Resurrection Monastery, women's ceremonial and home dresses of different centuries. The museum holds master classes in clay modeling, the creation of folk dolls, wood carvings, and knitting.

7. The house-museum of V. V. Vereshchagin

The family of the battle painter lived in this house, built in 1830, for about 50 years. The building is recognized as a historical monument in 1960. The museum opened almost a quarter century later. In addition to the main house, there are farm buildings on the territory, such as a horse carriage, a gazebo and a bathhouse. The situation inside was recreated from Vereshchagin’s personal notes, including his autobiographical book.

8. Museum "House of I. A. Milyutin"

The collection tells about the life of Ivan Milyutin, who managed Cherepovets about half a century. The exhibits relate to different directions, as the mayor was also a merchant and industrialist. At the same time, there are few originals - things that belonged to Milyutin. Mostly in the museum, evidence of the era is collected. The house itself was built as a country house, and harmoniously blends into the natural landscape.

9. Church of the Nativity

Founded in the 16th century, the first structure was wooden. The new building was built in the last years of the XVIII century. The temple received believers until the revolution, was closed and burned. Only in 1997 did they consecrate the current building, which was built for several years. If tourists choose a waterway for a visit to the city, then the Church of the Nativity is the first attraction that meets them.

10. Cathedral of Athanasius and Theodosius of the Cherepovets

It is named after the reverends - the founders of the city. It was built at the initiative of local Orthodox activists and became the only third church in the city. Consecration took place in 2012. For the construction they chose a place with a rich history - Makarinsky Grove. Here in the past there was a manor, then they shot the enemies of Soviet power and held prisoners of war. The ringing of 12 bells of the cathedral is heard for several kilometers.

11. Monument to Athanasius and Theodosius

Installed in 2006. The installation site was chosen Cathedral Hill. Here in 1362 a monastery was founded and Cherepovets appeared. The figures of Athanasius and Theodosius are cast in bronze and have a height of about 4 meters. The author of the sculptural group was A. Arkhipov. The reverends are depicted at the time of the decision to lay the monastery and the delight of the picturesque area. Nearby is the Resurrection Cathedral.

12. Monument to metallurgists

In 2005, Severstal and city officials held a competition to create a monument to perpetuate the contribution of metallurgists to the development of the city. The local sculptor A. Shebunin won. His project was implemented a year later, and was given the name "Continuity of Generations". He portrays an adult worker who is watching a little boy in a clearly large helmet. Nearby - a stele - a symbol of fire and steel.

13. Komsomolsky park

It was also destroyed by the forces of Komsomol members in 1958 on the territory of the former Pokrovskaya Square and the adjacent cemetery of the same name. The territory occupies about 4.3 hectares. The alleys were planted with trees brought from the surrounding villages, as well as from the Moscow region. The total number of plant species in the park is over 60. A monument was erected at the site of the alleged burial of Ivan Milyutin in 1996.

14. October bridge

It was thrown across the Sheksna River in 1979. At one time it was the first and only cable-stayed automobile bridge in the country. The length is 781 meters, of which the main span is more than 194 meters. In its appearance and construction, Oktyabrsky is similar to the Cologne bridge of St. Severin. Fencing for the parapet is noteworthy. They are decorated in the style of Vologda lace. There are also bas-reliefs on the bridge - coats of arms of 15 cities of the region.

15. Sheksna River and Rybinsk Reservoir

The source of Sheksna is White Lake. It flows within the Vologda Oblast and has a length of 139 km. The river flows into the Rybinsk Reservoir with an area of ​​4580 km². It appeared during the construction of the waterworks and performs a number of functions at the present time. Among other things, the “Rybinsk Sea” is used by the Institute of Inland Water Biology for research. They also engage in sailing, fishing and relaxing on the coast.

Cathedral of the Resurrection

An ancient building, saturated with prayers, silence, peace and peace, is the center of the Orthodox life of the city. After reconstruction, it has been hosting meetings with parishioners for more than 20 years, there is a Sunday school, a popular Orthodox library.

In the distant years of the XIV century, the Resurrection Monks Theodosius and Athanasius founded the Resurrection Monastery here, which played the role of a religious, economic center. It existed for about four centuries. He was repeatedly ruined. The birth of the city is associated with this place and, which grew up next to it, the trading village Fedosievo. Now only the Resurrection Cathedral has survived from the monastery. Characteristic of the Old Russian style, little is preserved in the cathedral. Basically, these are elements of Moscow architecture of the 18th century.

The main entrance is decorated with a mosaic with the face of Christ. Among the treasures of the cathedral are the relics of the saints of John the Baptist, John the Warrior, the Great Martyr Barbara, the Monk Alexander Svirsky, and other saints. The most ancient part of the cathedral is the altar part, a place for prayers.

Chapel of the Icon of the Mother of God "Life-giving Spring"

The chapel, built on the means of parishioners of the Resurrection Cathedral, stands on the right bank of the Yagorba River. At this place, from the 18th to the end of the 19th century, there was a wooden “chapel on the shore”, a “stone chapel”, as the locals called it.

During the construction, the architectural style inherent in temple buildings was used. In general terms, the chapel looked like a cross with strict facades. It was built taking into account the specific directions of the cardinal points. This fact made the chapel a beautiful temple of the icon of the Mother of God.

The name "Source" of the chapel was due to the healing spring located nearby. After restoration work on putting the chapel, spring, park in order, the first liturgy was served in 2014.

Chapel of St. Philip of Iraq

Cathedral Mountain, with which the city began to grow, had many interesting architectural structures. Now here is the main street.

Previously, in the old courtyard of the Filippo of the Iraqi desert, there was a chapel that burned down during a fire in 1996. At the expense of a private entrepreneur, it is fully restored. The interior of the chapel was occupied by artists from Moscow and Vologda.

The dome is decorated with 12th-century Byzantine-style frescoes depicting saints. Along the walls there is a painting depicting the scene of the crucifixion of Christ, the painting "The Seven Youths of Ephesus." The relics of St. Philip of Iraq are considered the main treasure of the chapel. The saint lived in the 16th century, served in a monastery.

Thanks to excavations conducted in 2000 on the territory of the Krasnoborsky Monastery, where he served as a saint, his relics were found and transported to the chapel. The day of the return of the relics is considered a great holiday among believers in the city. A procession is regularly held in honor of him.

Cherepovets Embankment

Important navigable arteries of the city are the Sheksna, Yagorba rivers. The confluence of their water flows is clearly visible from the waterfront. It runs along the river bank under a canopy of trees growing on Cathedral Hill.

Among the beautiful green hill you can see cozy benches, stairs, paths leading to the promenade. Walking along it, you can see the sights of the city associated with its history.

This is an old passenger station, ferries with cargo, a shipyard, the first cable-stayed bridge in Russia, pleasure ships of Cherepovets, as a port of five seas.

Art Museum of Old Russian Art

In one of the old houses in the central part of Cherepovets there is an interesting museum with numerous exhibits of the art of ancient Russia. The main expositions of the museum are considered to be “The World of Russian Icon” and “Russian Art of the 18th - 20th Centuries”.

The modern art hall often hosts exhibitions. During their passage, you can see unique copies of various works taken from the museum fund. The exposition of works of ancient Russian art includes a rare icon of the XIV century, ancient manuscripts, books, sewing, enamel. The museum stores a large number of paintings by famous artists, furniture, glass, porcelain, bronze. Museum tours will help you find out many interesting historical facts about the life of the northern part of the country.

Museum of Nature

The building of the museum, opened in 1920, is waiting for the line for a major renovation. Even without a guide you can see a real miracle in the form of models, stuffed animals, birds reigning among the vast expanses of this part of Russia in different centuries. Local forests, rivers, countless lakes have always been famous for the abundance of different animals. Even the huge mammoths, whose remains can be seen in the museum, roamed the protected areas of the Vologda Oblast.

The stuffed huge bear will cause genuine delight in children. The figures of small hares, intelligent wolves, carnivorous lynxes, huge birds participating in original scenes from animal life will complement their surprise. The museum has organized fascinating classes in drawing sand on stands with lighting. This attracts a large number of visitors.

Museum of Local Lore

Museum expositions tell about the history of the city, Cherepovets region. An interesting offer of the museum is an exhibition of military uniforms that existed here from the 18th to the 20th centuries. Armament of the Horde warrior, aerial bomb, anti-aircraft gun. Uniforms, old ladies' outfits, real commissar leather, peasant sundresses.

Cell of the monks of the Resurrection Monastery, model of the first blast furnace. By the way, the fifth blast furnace of the plant, known as the "Severyanka" at the time of launch in 1986, was the largest in the world. The interiors of the premises of the pre-war years of Cherepovets, an example of a wooden bicycle in detail, interestingly tell about the history of the city.

Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Nelaz

The architectural monuments of old Russian wooden architecture, made without a single nail from beautiful, neat logs, amaze with their grandeur, originality. Namely, such is the church built in 1694. In the architectural style of the church laid an equilateral cross.

The center is decorated with a baptized barrel. Five majestic domes rise above it. From a distance, the church resembles a mysterious ship, forever stuck among the endless fields of the Vologda region. The church is closed for regular worship. You can enter it only on holidays.

Monument to the founders of Cherepovets Theodosius and Athanasius

The monument stands on the embankment of the Sheksna River under the Cathedral Hill, being a symbol of the city. The appearance in these parts of the followers of the acts of St. Sergius of Radonezh was significant in the history of the appearance and development of the city.

On the high river bank, which offers a breathtaking view of the confluence of rivers, according to their ideas, the famous Resurrection Monastery was erected. Until now, their relics rest in the monastery, maintain the special atmosphere of the place. Now the monument is a favorite place for wedding photo shoots as a sign of memory, thanks to these people.

Museum "Milyutin House"

On the beautiful shore of Sheksna, surrounded by an ancient noble park, stands the house of a man who was the head of the city, who made many modern, innovative decisions for its development. Under him, Cherepovets acquired the status of a commercial, industrial center.

The development of the Mariinsky Water System, the creation of the large shipping company of 1860, “The Shipping Company of the Milyutin and K brothers,” made it possible to open a shipyard in Cherepovets harbor and lay the foundation for the future important port of Russia. Through the efforts of a well-known family, educational institutions, a court, a bank, a museum, a city park were opened, which gave the city the name “Russian Oxford”, “North Athens”. Museum exhibits detail the role of the personality of Milyutin, his family in the life of the city.

Vereshchagin Museum

Excursions to the house where the famous artist Vasily Vereshchagin lived are interesting for exploring rare sketches and reproductions of many paintings. The artist has long been the pride of the city. The first exhibition dedicated to his creations was held in Cherepovets in 1939, long before the opening of the museum dedicated to Vereshchagin in 1984.

Historical and Ethnographic Museum "Galsky Manor"

In 2009, an interesting museum was opened in the city, located in a house considered to be a masterpiece of the wooden architecture of provincial settlements. The house was built by the landowner Kudryavtsev in 1830 on a beautiful spot on the shore of Sheksna. Later, the Gali nobles became its masters.

Now it has opened a museum that conveys the atmosphere of 150 years ago in an interesting exhibition called "The History of the Family, the History of Russia", which reflects the life of the Russian nobility. The ground floor is occupied by the Ethnography exhibition, created from elements of private collections.

Numerous outbuildings have been preserved. Some of them have been restored. For example, you can ride horses in the stable. In the forge, try your hand at the difficult work of a blacksmith. Placed in a cozy hall of the estate, listen to a chamber concert of artists of the Cherepovets Philharmonic.

Traveling around the city will complement the list of interesting attractions in the area. The beauty of the Rybinsk reservoir, the fascinating stories of its creation, the legends about the secrets of forest lakes, impassable swamps, transparent rivers, sparkling with silver scales of fish, are sure to be invited to see these places in Russia.

Monument “Continuity of generations”

  • Address: Metallurgists Square. Bus stop "Vereshchagin Street".

The monument to metallurgists completes the rating of iconic sights of Cherepovets. The sculptural composition, set for the 50th anniversary of the Severstal plant opposite Komsomolsky Park, is filled with special meaning. A carved stone stele symbolizes fire and metal. Under it is the figure of a caster, as if guiding a little son towards the factory entrance. Does this a worker for a reason. As you know, many family dynasties work in the shops of the metallurgical giant.

Railway station building

  • Address: st. Zavokzalnaya, 9. Station "Transport" stop.

Among the attractions of Cherepovets is the building of the railway station, commissioned in the summer of 1905. According to the then architectural fashion, the facade of the building is decorated with decorative inserts made of brick. Tall chimneys and ventilation pipes are made of brick so skillfully that they seem like decorative elements. The building acquired its present appearance in 2000, when during the reconstruction a spacious three-story portal was added to it. The authors of the project were able to successfully fit the architectural addition into an established composition. Therefore, the renovated building today looks no less attractive than before.

Monument to I. Milyutin

  • Address: Milyutin Square. Bus stop “Milyutin Square”.

Much to ensure that Cherepovets turned into a provincial, but prosperous policy, made Mayor I.A. Milyutin. Under him, a telephone exchange appeared in the city, and streetlights began to illuminate. Largely thanks to the efforts of the mayor, changes were made to the construction project of the Northern Railway and the highway began to pass through Cherepovets. The merchant, industrialist, philanthropist generously financed public projects. A public library, a pharmacy, and a printing house were built with his money. In 2005, the memory of a wonderful person in the city was immortalized monumental. Then the monument to Milyutin was unveiled, and the square on which the bronze sculpture was installed has since been named after him.

House Volkov

  • Address: Sovetsky prospekt, 21. Stop of transport "ChSU".

Among the preserved ancient buildings in the center of Cherepovets stands a mansion belonging to the family of a wealthy merchant Volkov. Historians still can not accurately determine the age of construction. According to the information left in the archives, the house was erected in 1837. However, a detailed study of the structure allows you to postpone the date of its construction several decades ago. Externally, the house looks like a typical provincial merchant mansion of the early XIX century. The facade of the building is decorated with stucco and high reliefs, and an elegant attic rises above the roof of the side portal.

Art object "Globe"

  • Address: Builders Square, 1. Stop transport "DK Stroitel".

The city gained another colorful attraction thanks to the leadership of the Cherepovetsmetallurgstroy trust. In autumn 2008, the company celebrated its 60th anniversary, so the opening of the monument was timed to a significant date. At first glance, the sculptural composition, consisting of several concrete pylons and a hollow ball covered with sheet bronze, is not unusual. However, having looked closely, you understand that this is not a simple ball, but ... the Cherepovets globe! On the surface of the sphere is the general plan of the city’s development! No self-respecting traveler will miss a chance to take a picture against the backdrop of such a unique art object.

Obelisk of Military Glory

  • Address: intersection of Lenin and Bardin streets. Bus stop

2 months after the start of the Second World War, the 286th Infantry Red Banner Division, formed from the inhabitants of Cherepovets, Kushchuba, Sheksna and completed the glorious path of victories in Czechoslovakia, took the first battle. Her soldiers and officers fought heroically. Eight thousand soldiers of the unit were awarded orders and medals, and nine other defenders of the Fatherland were awarded the title Hero of the Soviet Union. The monumental immortal feat of fellow countrymen in Cherepovets was immortalized in the spring of 1973. Then, on one of the city esplanades, the grand opening of the obelisk of Military Glory took place. Concrete bayonets tossed up symbolize the five arms of the Red Army. At the base of the pylons, a bas-relief, depicting the Order of the Patriotic War, is placed on the St. George ribbon. By the way, the townspeople lovingly call the Cherepovets bayonet memorial.

Museum of Metallurgy

  • Schedule: daily, except Monday, from 10:00 to 19:00.
  • Ticket price: adult 300 rubles, children's 150 rubles.
  • Phone: +7 820 256-27-27.
  • Website:
  • Address: st. Mira, 42. Stop transport "Hydrogen".

Cherepovets owes its glory to the metallurgical capital of the North-West of Russia to the Severstal plant. It was after the construction of the industrial giant that the city began to develop rapidly. In 2015, a unique museum began to operate at an enterprise whose products are known far beyond the borders of the Russian Federation. Here you can familiarize yourself with the history of Russian and world metallurgy in retrospect. Virtual interactive tours of Severstal workshops with 3-D glasses, as well as demonstrations of various physical and chemical experiments are especially popular with visitors.

House-Museum of V. Vereshchagin

  • Schedule: daily, except Monday, from 10:00 to 17:30.
  • Ticket price: adult 100 p., Preferential 80 p.
  • Phone: +7 820 250-11-47.
  • Website: http: //chermo.rf/memorialnyj-dom-muzej-vereshchaginykh
  • Address: st. Socialist, 22. Stop of transport "ChSU".

One of the most famous natives of Cherepovets is rightfully considered the remarkable Russian battle-painter V.V. Vereshchagin (not to be confused with the talented portrait painter V.P. Vereshchagin, who was born in Perm). The paintings of Vasily Vasilyevich cannot be confused with the paintings of other painters. They are made with deep knowledge of the texture, because the artist traveled a lot, took part in hostilities more than once. Painting was not the only addiction of Vereshchagin. He also published 12 books that contemporaries read with pleasure. Today in the house of the Vereshchagins there is a museum where you can admire the works of an amazing master, learn many interesting details from his life. The museum building is a monument of wooden architecture.

Christmas church

  • Schedule: daily, from 7:00 to 19:00.
  • Phone: +7 820 222-15-58.
  • Website: http: //christmas-cherepovets.rf
  • Address: st. Parkovaya, 1. Stop transport "DK Metallurgov."

The present church in the name of the Nativity of Christ, consecrated in 1997, was erected on the site of the church demolished by the Bolsheviks, which existed from the end of the XIX century. The white stone building with an antique portico and a blackened roof is the first local attraction that travelers arriving in Cherepovets by river transport see. The sight of tourists is immediately attracted by a three-tier bell tower, crowned by an unusually massive tall spire. The highlight of the interior is the carved iconostasis created by the hands of excellent craftsmen from the Trinity-Sergius Lavra. Pilgrims are attracted to the church by the main temple shrine - the image of the Mother of God of Kazan, written in the XIX century.

Cathedral of Theodosius and Athanasius of the Cherepovets

  • Schedule: daily, from 7:00 to 19:00.
  • Phone: +7 820 228-12-94.
  • Website:
  • Address: Makarinskaya grove, 1. Stop of transport "Makarinskaya grove".

The delightful cathedral, consecrated in 2012 in the name of the Cherepovets saints Athanasius and Theodosius, can serve as convincing evidence that even an architectural remake can become a historical landmark. The authors of the building project did an excellent job. They managed to create an architectural masterpiece that embodied the features of ancient Russian cult architecture and classicism. The white-stone quad with five light reels topped with gilded domes looks amazing. It looks like old churches at the same time. Vladimir, Suzdal and temples Saint Petersburg. The main cross of the cathedral rises 35 meters above the ground. The belfry has 12 bells cast by Ural craftsmen. The bell tower itself is covered by a 14-ton tent.

Chapel "Life-giving Spring"

  • Schedule: daily, from 9:00 to 18:00.
  • Phone: +7 911 547-33-22.
  • Website: http: // alive 35.rf
  • Address: st. Lenin, 1. Stop transport "Milyutin Square."

In the XVIII century. on the banks of the Yagorba a spring was found whose waters, according to legend, had healing properties. Soon, a carved arch was built above the key, and a small chapel was built around it. Citizens honored the shrine and annually made Friday religious processions to it for the Holy Week. Everything changed with the coming to power of militant atheists. The Bolsheviks first closed the religious building, and then used it for household needs. The building gradually deteriorated and collapsed. A deserted wasteland formed on the site of the shrine. Only at the turn of the century through the efforts of the initiative group did the revival of the cult object begin. By 2014, the construction of a new chapel and the ennoblement of the surrounding area were completed. Today, a small procession to the small church dedicated to the Holy Mother of God is again held.

Children's Museum

  • Schedule: daily, except Monday, from 10:00 to 17:00.
  • Ticket price: adult 100 p., Preferential 50 p., Children's 30 p.
  • Phone: +7 820 255-12-93.
  • Website: http: //chermo.rf/detskij-muzej
  • Address: Lunacharsky Avenue, 39. Stop "City Market" transport.

Any adult sometimes wants to plunge into the carefree world of childhood. It is doubly nice to do this if there is a favorite child nearby. It is such a unique opportunity that everyone is offered by a surprisingly institution working in Cherepovets. The basis of the exhibition is the collection of soft, wooden, ceramic toys, and the colorful collection of the author's doll delights the children. In addition, visitors will be able to admire the magnificent watercolors and canvases of the brilliant children's artist E. Boehm, who lived and worked in the late XIX - early XX centuries.

Children's musical theater

  • Schedule: submissions are given on weekends. The performances start at 10:30 and 12:00.
  • Ticket price: should be specified by phone.
  • Phone: +7 820 257-94-66.
  • Website:
  • Address: Builders Square, 1. Stop transport "DK Stroitel".

If you take a child aged 3 to 12 years on a trip, be sure to bring him to this theater. Here, young visitors are invited to immerse themselves in the wonderful world of music and fairy tales. This is something special! The view consists of several parts. First, the children will be introduced to folk and classical musical instruments, then they will be shown a fascinating performance under beautiful melodies and a small representation of the shadow theater. The show "Honor" will end, during which the lines of popular literary works for children, pronounced by the actors accompanied by accompaniment, will sound in a completely new way.

Architectural, historical monuments, museums, interesting places of Cherepovets, which are described in the article, make the city, spread on the banks of the Sheksna and Yagorba, very attractive for tourists. The whole family is worth a visit.

What you can see: photo and description

The city was founded by monks, so a mandatory excursion program should include a visit to Cathedral Hill. There are also interesting museums in the city that tell about how people of the past lived. The most interesting of them can be viewed in one day. Evenings should be spent strolling along the promenade or the numerous parks of Cherepovets.

House-Museum of Vereshchagin

    • Address: st. Socialist, 22.
    • Phone: 8 (820) 251-11-47.
    • Opening hours: every day, except Mondays, from 10 to 18.
    • Ticket price: adult - 100 rubles, preferential - 80 rubles.

The museum is the house where the artist Vereshchagin was born. It consists of two buildings: in a two-story stone building you can get acquainted with the life of the artist’s family, and the paintings themselves are in the neighboring at 26, Sotsialisticheskaya Street. Most of them are quality reproductions, however, there are originals.

In order to feel the warm atmosphere of the museum it is recommended to take a guide. He will not only tell unknown facts from the life of the artist, but also help to understand the creative atmosphere prevailing around.

Park of Culture and Rest

      • Address: st. Maxim Gorky, 2.
      • Phone: 8 (820) 257-38-29.
      • Opening hours: every day from 8 to 22.
      • Cost of visit: free.

The park was laid in two stages, therefore it is divided into “new” and “old”. On the territory there is a go-kart platform and many attractions for every taste. The cost of a ticket for which is an average of 100-150 rubles. There are cafes and shopping pavilions on site. The heart of the park is the Ferris wheel. Let it not be so big as in large cities, it is worth all the visitors to ride on it.

The park has long been no longer new and lacks landscaping, but locals love to associate cozy alleys overgrown with bushes with their past.

Park of the 200th anniversary of Cherepovets

      • Address: st. Ledneva, 2.
      • Phone: 8 (820) 221-79-86.
      • Operating mode: round the clock.
      • Cost of visit: free.

The park is divided in the Zarechensky district in honor of the 200th anniversary of Cherepovets, which the city celebrated in 1977. It is a round square with benches for relaxation and established attractions, there is a small "living area". There is also a cafe on site.

It is a good place for family walks. In 2018, the authorities engaged in its reconstruction, so that soon it will become even more comfortable here.

Waterpark "Rainbow"

      • Address: Sheksninsky pr., 4.
      • Phone: 8 (820) 231-55-55.
      • Website:
      • Opening hours: every day, except Mondays, from 10 to 22.
      • The cost of visiting: from 350 rubles.

The water park in Cherepovets is a multifunctional water center with pools, attractions, a sauna, a hammam, a comfort zone, a salt room, a children's play area and even an artificial sun area.

The water park has several slides that differ in the level of "speed". For lovers of just swimming, there is a separate outdoor pool.
The territory of the complex is small and there is always crowded. If you plan a major vacation with your family, it is recommended to buy a ticket to the comfort zone. There you can relax on a deck chair and have a bite to eat

Raccoon house

      • Address: st. Nasedkina, 10A.
      • Phone: 8 (911) 543-42-70.
      • Website:
      • Opening hours: daily from 10 to 19:30.
      • Ticket price: adult - 250 rubles, children - 150 rubles.

Raccoon House is a zoo exhibition and contacts the zoo in one place. All animals were born at home, therefore they are tame and bear danger even to babies. Visitors can play and take pictures with raccoons, as well as listen to an interesting tour that tells about these amazing animals.