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- There are bike paths
Khabarovsk Regional Young Spectator's Theatre
Khabarovsk Regional Young Spectator's Theater named after Lenin Komsomol - a theater for children in the city of Khabarovsk, which occupies two buildings in Muravyov-Amursky Street, houses 10 and 12. It was founded in 1944. It's been a member of Khabarovsk Regional Association of Children's Theaters together with the Regional Puppet Theater since 2006.
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.
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.
Khabarovsk city ponds - ponds of artificial origin located in the city of Khabarovsk.
They are located on Ussuriysky Boulevard between Dikopoltsev and Pushkin Streets.
They were created on the site of ravines in the upper reaches of the former Plyusninka River (it has been flowing in a concrete pipe since the 1960s) in 1983 (125th Anniversary of Khabarovsk).
Khabarovsk city ponds represent a cascade of three ponds, separated from each other by dams with pedestrian paths and access roads for vehicles. Shores of ponds are embankments of reinforced concrete. Khabarovsk city ponds are adjacent to "Dynamo Stadium" Sports and Park Complex and "Platinum Arena" Sports and Entertainment Complex.
Far Eastern Art Museum
The Far Eastern Art Museum is the largest museum of fine art in the Russian Far East. In 2021, the museum will celebrate its 90th anniversary - its history started at the beginning of the twentieth century. The museum is the center of the artistic life of not only Khabarovsk Krai, but also the entire territory of the Russian Far East.
Currently, the collection of the Far Eastern Art Museum has about 16 thousand unique genuine works of art. It includes works of Old Russian, Russian pre-revolutionary, Soviet and modern periods, Far Eastern and West European fine art, the art of the peoples of the Amur Region and the North of the Russian Far East. You can find works of Russian icon painting of the 15th – 20th centuries, which are characterised not only of a high level of life-giving painting, but also of greatness of spiritual beauty, in the permanent expositions of the museum. The best museum works are by S. Shchedrin, V. Tropinin, I. Aivazovsky, V. Vereshchagin, I. Shishkin, I. Repin, V. Surikov, V. Polenov, I. Kramsky, A. Kuindzhi, I. Levitan, P. Konchalovsky. Halls of Western European art are divided according to painting schools: Italian, German, Dutch, Flemish and French.
The collections of the Far Eastern Museum of Art are housed in the old building of the former Officers' Assembly, where, according to a diary and letters, A.P. Chekhov stopped on his way to Sakhalin Island.
“Stadium named after V.I. Lenin" Sports and Park Complex
The Lenin Stadium is a sports and park complex in the city of Khabarovsk, located on the embankment of the Amur River.
The sports and park complex “Lenin Stadium” includes: the central sports arena - SKA-Khabarovsk Football Club home arena with a capacity of 15,200 people, where Russian Football Premier matches have been held since 2017 when Khabarovsk club got into the major league; Palace of Sports (basketball, volleyball, tennis); an outdoor swimming pool; a track-and-field athletics arena, which is used for international exhibitions, concerts, fairs, as well as sports competitions.
The territory of Lenin stadium is used for city events - Day of the City, Border Guard Day, Navy Day, Victory Day etc.
Khabarovsk Arboretum (arboretum of the Federal State Institution “Far Far East Research Institute of Agriculture”) is the oldest arboretum in the Russian Far East, a monument of culture and nature of Khabarovsk Krai. It is located within the borders of Volochaevskaya and Sheronova streets. The arboretum is located in the part of Khabarovsk that was not destroyed during the mass development of the future city. This place is a "museum" which shows how the territory of Khabarovsk used to look like. Its area is 11,5 hectares.
The arboretum was founded in 1935. Japanese red pine, alleys of the Manchurian linden and Siberian spruce, which were planted the creation of the arboretum, can still be found here. The main collection of trees had been gathered by 1950. Its flora consists of 386 species of plants. In Soviet times, the arboretum was used for excursions for residents and visitors of the city (from other parts of the USSR or other countries). Currently, the arboretum is one of the most visited places by the citizens of Khabarovsk.
Children's Park named after A.P. Gaidar
Children's Park named after A.P. Gaidar is not far from the central square of the city .
The park has attractions for both children and adults such as carousels, trampoline , slot machines and a cafeteria.
There is also a 4-floor entertainment complex "Harlequin" with attractions, a children's bowling alley, a children's cafe and a toy store. Curved mirrors are hung on the walls.
In winter, an ice rink is flooded on the site of the football field with where you may rent skates.
World of Talking Machines Museum
World of Talking Machines Music Museum is based on the private collection of the Veretennikovs family, which houses talking machines and audio media released between 1880 and 1980. The collection of old players, records, gramophones and radios that are repaired and put into operation began started in 2013.
These exhibits have become the basis of World of Talking Machines Museum.
Museum of Energy
Museum of Energy named after V.P. Bozhedomov is a corporate museum on a voluntary basis of Far Eastern Generating Company JSC. It was opened on May 20, 2010. It's named in memory of the creator and the first head of the museum, a power engineer with half a century of experience. It is located almost in the very center of Khabarovsk - in the office of the Khabarovsk Generation Branch Office of Far Eastern Generating Company JSC at 65 Sheronova St. A techno-monument “AT-25-1 Steam Turbine Rotor” was installed near the building in 2013, which has become a business card and landmark, allowing visitors to easily find the museum.
Khabarovsk Regional Puppet Theater - located in Khabarovsk at 35 Lenin Street. It has seats for up to 70 spectators. Many theater workers were awarded special prizes by the City Administration and the Governor of Khabarovsk Krai.
Park named after Yu.A. Gagarin
Park named after Gagarin (the full nane is City Park of Culture and Rest named after Yu. A. Gagarin) - a park of culture and rest is located in the Industrial District of Khabarovsk, along Krasnorechenskaya Street.
It was created in the second half of the 1950s on the site of a swampy floodplain.
Khabarovsk State Circus
Khabarovsk State Circus - a circus in Khabarovsk. The mobile circus tent in Khabarovsk has been operating since the beginning of the 20th century. From the 1930s to the end of the 1950s, the circus tent was located near Lenin Square. With the start of construction of the main building of the Khabarovsk Medical Institute, the circus moved to Leo Tolstoy St.
Erofei Arena is a sports complex in Khabarovsk for bandy games. It was opened in 2013 and named after the explorer Erofei Pavlovich Khabarov. This name was chosen after the majority of citizens voted for it in the competition organised by the authorities.
There are 10 thousand spectator seats. It's a home arena of SKA-Neftyanik Bandy Club.
Khabarovskaya Confectionery Factory
Khabarovskaya Confectionery Factory specializes in the production of confectionery: cakes (more than 70 items), gateaux (35 types), cookies, pastries and other types of sweets.
At fairs, the company's cakes have often received gold medals.
A customer can order a cake online on the factory's website.
Tri Zhelania Ice Cream Factory
"Tri Zhelania" company began the production of ice cream in 2005, and over the years it has been able to establish itself as a quality producer. Every year we increase the volume and range of our products, which allows us to achieve the best approach to the manufacture. And thanks to independent design, development of industrial and technical equipment, we've become more efficient.
Far Eastern Children Railway
Far-Eastern Children Railway is a narrow-gauge children railway in the city of Khabarovsk. It had been called the Small Far Eastern Railway until 2015.
Aragon Horse-Racing Club
The equestrian club holds individual lessons in 5 programs: "initial training", "amateur athlete", "free work with a horse", "dressage" and "show jumping". The club also offers horse riding, night trips, horseback swimming. For horse owners there is a stall rental service.