Manor Lampsakov – the pearl of Asinovsky district
Intensive working days tend to end (albeit briefly), and then the Tomsk citizens face the question: where would they spend the long-awaited weekend? Those who wish to go away from the bustle of the city will be ideally suited for a holiday, located among the evergreen centuries-old fir trees and pines.
The manor boasts not only a good location, but also a rich and amazing history. The complex of seven monuments of wooden architecture of the early twentieth century owes its appearance to Nikolai Lampsakov, one of the first graduates of the medical faculty of the Tomsk Imperial University. Nikolai Alexandrovich came to Novokuskovo in 1903, after which his fate and medical practice were inseparably linked with this place until the last days of his life.
When you are in the estate, there is an inexplicable feeling that you find yourself in the thick of events in this area at the beginning of the 20th century. The charming atmosphere is created thanks to the preserved original details, antiques and the exposition of the memorial museum, which tells about the work and life of Nikolai Lampsakov. The beauty and uniqueness of the buildings that were built according to the designs of the doctor himself are amazing at first sight. Initially it was planned to build a house there doctor, but soon they decided to open a hospital.
The treatment in the hospital campus was free of charge, and during the Civil War, the doctor helped everyone without exception — both white and red. Under one of the houses is still preserved underground passage through which he took the sick. It is noteworthy that quartz lamps in the hospital appeared earlier than in Tomsk, and earlier than in the village, electric light came on.
Today the estate is not just a museum, but a place for recreation and a tourist center of Asinovsky district. For the convenience of guests there are six houses, a hotel with comfortable rooms is open. The complex includes the first in the Tomsk region Museum of bark.
Guests waiting for an extensive entertainment program: excursions, horseback riding, valiant fun, folk song evenings and much more. In the museum part of the estate, master classes in arts and crafts are held, and national holidays are celebrated – Maslenitsa, Pokrov and others.
By the way
In 2012, the Asinovsky district became the winner of the federal competition of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation for the creation of a multifunctional cultural center in small and medium-sized cities of Russia. Thus, the creation of a new leisure center, under the roof of which will house a modern cinema, concert and exhibition halls, clubs and sections, will allocate 50 million rubles from the federal and regional budgets.