Lenin Museum At Elizarov Apartment
Vladimir Lenin, the leader of the Bolshevik Revolution, lived in this apartment from April through July of 1917
The furnishings of the museum were restored under the guidance and with the participation of Anna Ulyanova-Elizarova. The exposition displays many authentic household articles and pieces of furniture that we were in use here in 1917; two simple bedsteads covered with coarse woolen blankets (the bed on the left was Lenin's, on the right -his wife's), a plain desk with a simple inkstand and a table lamp, two bentwood chairs. By the door stands a wardrobe. A padded easy chair that belonged to Lenin's mother, Maria Alexandrovna Ulyunova, stands in the room in a glass case.