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Kalach (a sort of baked bread) museum is standard craft museum in the town. As it turned out, it, the museum of pastes and some others belong to the "Kolomna Kremlin" Fund, which obviously provides unified requirements and procedures for such museums. You must be...More
You can buy the pastry at their corner kiosk and/or join the little excursion/workshop, it does not matter if you come alone or in a small group, surely there would be other people interested too, just register yourself, pay the fee and wait awhile until...More
Do not let the queues divert you from the place. There are two queues to the shops, but if you book a tour you are allowed to skip the line and squeeze in.
Mind you booking in advance is a must. Otherwise you may not...More
Музей создали очень увлеченные и творческие люди. Целый интерактивный спектакль с массой исторических экскурсов, шуток, пословиц и поговорок. И в конце - кульминация - дегустация свежеиспеченных калачей с чаем!!! Одна из самых интересных экскурсий на моей памяти. / If you want to see ancient russian...More
Again, if you read my post on Pastila Museum you know what to expect. This one is really small and difficult to get into.
In this museum you will learn the story ща traditional Russian type of bread - kalach- and will have the chance...More
It seems like knowledge through performance is Kolomna's trade mark. The men who work here put on a wonderful show for the audience about the history of Russian kalach. In the end you get tasty tea, an opportunity to roll your own kalach and there...More
We had a day in Kolomna and it was very well-planned. First we walked around Kremlin for about 2,5 hours. Then we had a visit to Kalachnaja museum. At the beginning I was afraid that we are too tired for this visit. But it was...More