This museum is one of the most popular on town, located near the center. Alongside some interesting exhibitions detailing the industrial history of Kemerovo, the museum also presents some superb views across the Tom River and a nice parkland area towards the back.
Marking the short but hugely significant Soviet rule of Kemerovo, Lenin Square is situated right at the heart of the city. Whilst this isn’t a major attraction in itself, the Lenin Monument within the square does provide a good photo opportunity, and also provides a reminder of the history of Kemerovo.
There is a small collection of ski resorts dotted around the Kemerovo region, with the best placed around 10-30 miles away from the city center. Skiing altitudes here range from 2,000 – 4,000 feet and the resorts are well-catered for in terms of ski lifts, parking, restaurants and accommodation.
Dissecting the city of Kemerovo through its middle is the Tom River, a picturesque spot to come for some of the best views of the city. Other popular activities here include picnics and fishing - activities usually only reserved for locals.
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