The German House and the great Siberian painter
We start with a city tour of Omsk for three hours.

We end our tour in the nice wooden house where the Belov museum is situated.

We have here at least three major stories to tell about three great humans who spent their time in Omsk:

The Belov House:
One is based on the origin of the house which flourished in Omsk before the Russian Revolution of 1917. The owner of the house was Mr. Stumpf and it was the center of the German community of Omsk at that time.

Siberian Art:
Another- the house remained intact through the Soviet times and in the 70-s was the atelier of one of the greatest Siberian painters - Kondraty Belov.

The Great Man of the Steppe:
The Belov House is situated on the Valikhanov street within the stone's through from the Valikhanov corner. After visiting the museum we make a tour of Valikhanov street where the Kazakhstan Consulate is situated. We will tell you about this Great Man of the Steppe and his breath-taking travel on the Silk Road.

Duration: 4 hours

Tour costs:
1 person: 90 euros
2 persons: 50 euros per person

What's included:
-Pickup in the centrally located hotel or another central point of Omsk

-Tour with guide

-Public transport ticket (if needed)

-Hotel drop off by public transport (if needed)

-Museum tickets;

- tea ceremony with Samovar and delicious cookies

For more information please go to:
Stumpf and Belov- great people of Omsk

The Great Man of the Steppe