State Museum – Cultural Center “Integration” named after N. A. Ostrovsky

Integration (State Museum – Cultural Center “Integration” named after N. A. Ostrovsky) – a museum specializing in supporting people with disabilities, created based on the museum apartment of Nikolai Ostrovsky in a historic building on Tverskaya Street (house No. 14) in Moscow.

Since 1918, part of the premises on the upper floors of the Eliseevsky store, which occupied the whole house on Tverskaya before the revolution, was transferred to living quarters, Nikolai Ostrovsky, who was bedridden due to a severe illness, spent the last year of his life (1935-1936) in one of the apartments. In 1940, in the apartment where the writer lived, a museum named after him was formed, in which a permanent exhibition, a changing exhibition hall and memorial rooms of the writer were opened. In 1992, the building was redesigned, and the museum was renamed the State Museum-Humanitarian Center “Overcoming,” named after N. A. Ostrovsky.”

On December 14, 2016, by order of the Department of Culture of the City of Moscow No. 967, on the initiative of its head A.V. Kibovsky, the State Museum-Humanitarian Center and the Center for Socio-Cultural Programs “Integration” merged.

Working hours: Tue – Sun: 10.00 – 21.00. Day off: Monday.

Nearest metro: Teatralnaya, Ohotny Ryad, Ploschad Revolyutsii, Pushkinskaya, Tverskaya, Chekhovskaya.

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