The world’s only Trepang Museum, 12+

A new member of the Association of Private and People’s Museums of Russia – the Trepang Museum. The museum’s founders and owners are Dmitry Pavlov and Victoria Ziborova.

Vladivostok is the homeland of this oldest marine echinoderm on the planet. It has been living on Earth for more than 500 million years. Trepang is an interesting and unique creature. And where, as not in Vladivostok, to create such a museum. Besides, the Chinese name of our city, Haishenwai, translates as “Trepang Cove”.

The museum offers interesting excursions about the useful properties of “sea cucumber”, about the function of trepang regeneration and about other treasures of Primorye and Russia.

The museum area is 1000 m2.

Vladivostok is a seaside port city: the noise of surf, clear sea, beautiful relief of the coast has always attracted tourists from all over Russia and abroad. The Trepang Museum is located not far from the favorite place of tourists – Tokarevsky lighthouse.

Children have grown very fond of our museum.

We often hold fascinating scientific and cognitive quests.

Our task is to instill in children love and pride for their native land and country.

And after the tour, guests can buy products of Biotic Luxe, an already well-known brand of health-conscious gifts.

Over the five years of its operation, the museum was visited by more than 500 thousand people from 23 countries and 37 regions of Russia. The museum was awarded diplomas of the Primorsky Krai Government in the annual contest “Leaders of Primorsky Krai Tourism Industry” in the nomination “Best Infrastructure and Hospitality Development Project”, as well as a letter of thanks from S.A. Sopchuk, Deputy of the Russian State Duma.

Vladimir Oshchenko filmed an interesting story in the museum for the author’s programme “Morskaya” on the OTV channel. The museum hosted film crews from the federal channels Russia 24, NTV, Food Alive and Dead, Channel One’s News, as well as foreign media, bloggers, and journalists.


Address of the museum: Verkhneportovaya 66A, Vladivostok
+7(914) 707-76-72, +7 (984) 153-74-23