Although this was quite a sad moment (the place where Pushkin died being so young), the place really makes you feel the atmosphere of that time and recall one more time the Pushkin's contribution to the world literature and poetry. People to whom Pushkin's name mean something - visit this place.
The organization of the visit is quite complicated. There are excursions at some fixed times (every 20-30 mins) for which you need to buy ticket in advance + there are groups of students/kids + the possibility to take an audioguide (but the people with audiguides also enter at some specific times). During the peak season there is no chance to take an excursion for the closest times (next 1-2 hours).
Probably the best tactic (as we did) is to step in there in the morning and buy tickets for the evening/2nd half of the day. Then visit something else and return back at the excursion time.
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