Kaluga Museum of Fine Arts (Калужский музей изобразительных искусств)

The Museum of Fine Arts in Kaluga is the most extensive collection of artworks in the Kaluga region – it is about 10 thousand paintings, sculptures, icons, graphics works from Russian and Europe.

Kaluga Museum of Fine Arts

The Museum was founded in 1918 from the set of works of the doctor N.I. Vasiliev, which he signed away to the city. The collection was completed by exhibits from nationalized manors and private collections later. Since 1969 the Museum is located in the Classicism style town mansion of merchant Bilibin built in 1809-1810.

The Kaluga Museum of Fine Arts expositions:

  • The icons, art wares and wooden sculptures of XVI-XIX centuries;
  • Paintings of Russian and West-European artists of XIX-XX centuries;
  • Graphics;
  • Sculpture of XVI-XX centuries;
  • Decorative and applied arts.

Open hours and price

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday – from 10 to 18 (ticket office till 17.30)

Saturday – from 11 to 19 (ticket office till 18.30)

Day off – Monday, and the last Friday of each month

Ticket price 100-160 rubles

How to get to the Kaluga Museum of Fine Arts

Kaluga, Lenina Ulitsa, 104

In the Russian language – Калуга, улица Ленина, 104


Kaluga Museum of Fine Arts website in the Russian language


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