The Vikenti Veresaev House-Museum is located in the house where Veresaev was born and spent his childhood. Vikenti Veresaev was born as Vikenty Smidovich in Tula in 1867 and was a renowned Russian/Soviet writer and doctor. Veresaev served as a doctor during the Russo-Japan war and later wrote about his experiences. For his work he was awarded the Stalin Prize in 1943. The house-museum has information on Veresaev’s life as a doctor, translator and writer and has on display his personnel belongings, photographs and manuscripts. The museum is part of the Tula Regional Historical, Architectural and Literary Museum.
|Location||82 Ulitsa Gogolevskaya|
|Clock||10:00 – 17:00. Closed on Sundays.|