Museum of the History of Mogilev

Mogilev History Museum is located in the building of the restored monument of architecture of the XVII century - the City Hall. Its tower, erected at a height of 47 meters, has an observation deck, which offers a picturesque view of the Dnieper floodplain. At the very top there is a unique mechanical clock, and in 2014 a new "resident" appeared on the tower - a mechanical figure of the city trumpeter, which was named Mogislav ("the one who glorifies Mogilev"). Now Mogislav plays the city fanfare at noon from the Town Hall balcony.

The exhibition halls are located on two floors. They display items from the 10th century to the early 20th century, revealing the history of Mogilev. The structure of the museum also includes an exhibition hall and the exhibition "Mogilev 1941: Days and Nights of Courage" on the memorial complex "Buynichskoe Pole".

In addition to the excursions, exhibition and exhibition activities and scientific work, the museum holds thematic and museum classes for different age categories and provides services for organizing and conducting wedding ceremonies.

The priority of the institution is the search and purchase of the historical and cultural values, corresponding to the leading exposition subject of the museum - "Mogilyov of the Magdeburg Law epoch", and also the monuments of culture, which represent the spiritual heritage of the city of Mogilyov and Belarus.

The only copy of the Statute of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania dated 1588 is on display in the exposition. - It is the supreme achievement of the old Belarusian legal thought. You can also see a unique piece of knight's armor from the end of the 15th - beginning of the 16th century. XV - early XVI centuries, found in 2013 in the river Vihra near Mstislavl; a liturgical cover decorated with elements of the Slutsk belt and many other rare and interesting items.

Museum works from 10.00 to 18.00

Address of the Exhibition Hall: Mogilev, Pervomajskaya street, 5-49.

Exhibition Hall works from 11.00 to 19.00

Weekends: Monday and Tuesday.

Registration for tours: +375(222)78-59-68 (daily from 10.00 to 17.00, lunch from 13.00 to 14.00)