Nikolai Beloborodov was born in Tula in 1912 and was an accordion player who went on to develop a special type of garmon (a Russian button accordion), which became known as the Tula garmon, and to organise the world's first orchestra of garmon players. The memorial museum was opened in 1995 in the late 18th century house where Beloborodov once lived. Some of the instruments owned by Beloborodov are displayed there. The museum is part of the Tula Regional Historical, Architectural and Literary Museum.
|Location||16 Prospekt Lenina|
|Clock||10:00 - 17:00. Closed on Saturdays, Sundays, Mondays and the last Wednesday of the month.|