Wooden Blocks Museum
Yaroslavl region, Semibratovo village, Sovetskaya ul., building 78
Tel.: +7 (930) 115-37-93, +7 (4852) 28-90-98
Tue – Sun: from 10:00 to 18:00
At 16:30 we receive the last visitors
Monday is a day off. Schedules may change during the holidays. We will always accommodate you; we can accept groups upon request after hours
Children – 140 rubles
Special rate – 180 rubles
Adults – 220 rubles
Making a rag doll on a spoon – 200 rubles
Painting of a whistle – 200 rubles
Painting of a wooden spoon – 200 rubles
Jam Library (tour + tea party):
children – 190 rubles
special rate – 200 rubles
adults – 230 rubles
100 rubles per person
* Included treats for the bears and their feeding
The program with the master class “Painting of a bird-whistle” – 250 rubles / person
PREFERENCES TO OWNERS OF A TOURIST PASSPORT AND CERTIFICATE OF THE GOLDEN RING PEDESTRIAN AT THE WODEN BLOCKS MUSEUM AND THE JAM LIBRARY
By the Tourist Passport:
Wooden blocks Museum – an interactive excursion program as a gift when visiting the Jam Library Museum. The tour is by appointment, the passport is valid for one family, the service is provided one-time.
By Pedestrian Certificate:
Jam Library Museum – 10% tour discount.
Founder / owner of the museum
Marina Petrovna Filimonova
Vera Evgenievna Dobrogolovtseva
It all began a long time ago, when, as legend has it, seven brothers lived in the village: 7 young, strong handsome men. However, they found something not very good for themselves: they were highwaymen and their trade was robbery. The brothers were feared by both the villagers and strangers; they were called “the evil brothers”.
But not far from this place, toward the direction of Yaroslavl, the wise old man Makariy resided. He looked at these brothers and decided to give them advice: instead of beating people and insulting them, it would be better to beat wooden blocks.
The brothers listened to the wise words. They thought that if they could beat the wooden blocks wisely, then they could get rich. And they began to master a new business for themselves.
They went into the woods to chop birch and linden wood. They were so successful that they became famous for many miles around with their products, which were so necessary in every home and for every housewife: spoons, ladles and other kitchen utensils.
Since then, the village of Semibratovo has become rich and has also become famous for its wood chips trade. The brothers came to their senses, and they entered the royal service. In honor of the wise old man Makariy, the village of Makarovo stands near that place.
That is why the Wooden blocks Museum was erected in Semibratovo.