Omsk Regional Museum of Fine Arts n.a. M. Vrubel (Омский областной музей изобразительных искусство имени Врубеля)

Art gallery affiliated with the Siberian Museum was opened in 1924 and laid the foundation of the future Omsk Regional Museum of Fine Arts.

The Museum collection is located in two buildings. The main exposition is in the former governor-general mansion built in 1859-1962, the second one is the trading building of the 1914 year built.

The Omsk Regional Museum of Fine Arts was compiled in the Soviet times from the State Museum Fund, which contained the collections of the imperial funds, collections from nationalized palaces and estates, and replenished by the contemporary art.

The collection of the Omsk Museum of Fine Art (more than 30 thousand items):

  • West European Art (works of XVI-XIX centuries from Italy, Spain, Holland, Flandria, France, Germany, and others);
  • Icons from Central Russia, Ural, and Siberia;
  • Russian art of XVIII-XX centuries (I. Aivazovsky, A. Benois, V. Borisov-Musatov, K. Korovin, V. Polenov, I. Repin, V. Serov, V. Surikov and others);
  • Graphic arts;
  • Contemporary art;
  • Arts and crafts;
  • Sculpture;
  • Rare books.

More than 50 temporary exhibitions, workshops, lectures, and concerts are held in the Museum a year. The Omsk Museum of Fine arts takes parts in the international and local shows.

Open hours and price

Tuesday – Sunday – from 10 to 19 (ticket office till 18)

Day off – Monday

Ticket price 150-230 rubles

How to get to the Omsk Regional Museum of Fine Arts n.a. M. Vrubel

Governor-general Mansion

Omsk, Lenina Ulitsa, 23

In the Russian language – Омск, ул. Ленина, 23

Vrubel’s Building

Omsk, Lenina Ulitsa, 3

In the Russian language – Омск, ул. Ленина, 3


Omsk Regional Museum of Fine Arts n.a. M. Vrubel website in the Russian language

We recommend visiting nearby

The Liberov Center, the State Regional Art Museum – 0.6 km from governor-general mansion

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