- Disabled Accessible
- There are bike paths
Amur Zoo named after V.P. Sysoev
The Far Eastern nature is unique, it is loved and admired. But not everyone can share their impressions about the meeting with the Amur tiger or red wolf. And more often because they do not have the opportunity. Now everyone has a chance to see the inhabitants of the Far Eastern taiga, thanks to the Priamursky Zoological Garden named after V.P. Sysoev.
Not a single animal in Zoological Garden has been caught in the wild for a zoo.
But there are those whose survival in the wild for several reasons is not possible, and the zoo for them turned out to be a kind of "island of salvation". Employees more than once have had to feed babies left without a mother.
More than 100 thousand visitors come to the zoo every year.
Khabarovsk Krai Museum Named after N.I. Grodekov
The museum was founded in 1894 as a museum of the Amur Department of the Imperial Russian Geographical Society (POIRGO), in 1902 it was named after Grodekov in memory of the merits of the Amur Governor-General N.I. Grodekov in the organization and formation of the museum, in 2002 the name of N.I. Grodekov in the name of the Khabarovsk Krai Museum was restored.
The expositions and exhibitions feature exhibits on the paleontology and geology of the Amur Region, the flora and fauna of the Far East, the fish of the Amur basin, the culture of the indigenous peoples of the Amur region and Slavs settlers, the history of the development and colonisation of the Russian Far East, the events of the Civil War in the Far East 1917-1922 . Temporary exhibitions are regularly organised.
An exposition "Peasant Compound" on the principle of "hands on", an interactive playground, as well as a convenient room for independent children's classes, master classes have been created for the youngest visitors in the Children's Museum.
Winner of the contest "Changing Museum in a Changing World" in 2016 - project "Civil War Money: Game of Thrones".
Khabarovsk Museum of Archeology named after A.P. Okladnikov
The funds of the museum include about 160 thousand archaeological objects, 1200 of which are unique. The exposition tells about the history of the region and the indigenous ancient cultures of the Amur region, introduces the most significant archaeological sites - Sikachi-Alyan petroglyphs, Sheremetyevo scribes, medieval settlements. The museum archaeological funds are based on the collections of V.K. Arsenyev and A.P. Okladnikov.
Museum employees annually participate in scientific expeditions, which are organized, in particular, and together with Japanese colleagues.
Such fascinating master classes as "Magic Birch Bark", "Letters from the Neolithic", "Primeval Prometheus" are conducted for children, on the basis of the museum.
Museum-aquarium "Amur Fish"
The museum-aquarium has a wide collection of alive fish living in the fresh waters of the Amur River basin. A visitor can see almost all kinds of fish inhabiting the Amur.
Out of 126 known species of Amur fish, at least 90 representatives of the water world can be found in the museum (record - 105). Among them are both small “weed” fish species (tweezers, Amur bulls, orca crumbs), and the ichthyofauna of mountain rivers (taimen, lenok, grayling, char). One of the most notable specimen of the collection is Soldatov's catfish. The permanent resident of the museum has grown to 1 m in length, weighs more than 10 kg. This fish can grow up to 4 m in length and 70 kg of weight in the wild. It eats smaller fish (crucian carp, common carp, pike) and can sometimes swallow waterfowl.
Petroglyphs s. Sikachi-Alyan
Petroglyphs of Sikachi-Alyan (Amur petroglyphs) - petroglyphs (cave paintings) on the surface of basalt boulders located near the Nanai village of Sikachi-Alyan and the village of Malyshevo (Khabarovsk district, Khabarovsk Territory).
Since 2003, petroglyphs have been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Nursery Garden named after P.G. Shuranov
A nursery garden and a grave of P.G. Shuranov (1869-1946), who was a gardener-breeder, is located in the city center in Zaparina Street. Even today you can buy various trees and plants near this island of greenery in the middle of the city center.
Petr Grigorievich Shuranov - a gardener-breeder, a pioneer of gardening and vegetable growing in the Far East, began his work in Khabarovsk in 1897. One of the first employees of a fruit and vegetable breeding center of the branch of the Scientific and Technical Administration VASKHNIIL, which was established in Khabarovsk in 1930. A major specialist in protected ground. The author of the first Far Eastern varieties of pear “Juicy”, “Shuranovskaya”, and “Seedling Shuranova” rennet.
Shuranov bought a piece of land in the suburbs of Khabarovsk in 1897 and built his own house and started the selection of vegetables and made the first attempts to grow fruit trees of European varieties. Being self-taught he mastered the basics of gardening and vegetable growing. He actively corresponded with I.V. Michurin. He grew the first Far Eastern pear and called it “Juicy” in 1910. In the years 1935-1936 he created six varieties of “Shuranovka” pear, participated in the Exhibition of Achievements of the National Economy of the USSR three times.