In the Sverdlovsk region, more than 800 regional state, municipal and private museums have been opened, which store unique historical and cultural monuments, which are the pride of the region.
Boris Yeltsyn Museum
Ekaterinburg, Borisa Yeltsyna St., 3
The Boris Yeltsyn Museum is located in Ekaterinburg — a new project that lay the foundation for systematic study, preservation and popularization of historical heritage of Russian presidents. Using cutting-edge technologies the Museum is able to tell about the life of the first Russian President and the milestones of his political biography in a modern language. Seven Days that Changed Russia, a central exhibition of the museum, is an objective and impartial research of the epoch of the 90s. It is based on original documents and materials narrating about difficult times when a new country was born, about establishment of modern Russia democracy. The Museum is located in the Yeltsyn Center, a cultural and educational organization opened in 2015 and designed by the BERNASKONI Architectural Bureau headed by Boris Bernaskoni

Historical Multimedia Park "Russia - My History"
Ekaterinburg, st. Narodnoy Voli, 49
The historical park "Russia — My History" is the largest exhibition complex in Russia. The geography of its sites stretches across all of Russia and includes 21 cities, among which is the city of Ekaterinburg. The creators of the park — historians, artists, cinematographers, designers, computer graphic specialists — did everything to make Russian history move from the black-and-white textbook category into a bright, fascinating, and at the same time objective narrative, so that every visitor could feel more involved in the events of the thousand-year history of their Motherland. The historical park presents all the latest forms of information media.

Ekaterinburg Museum of Fine Arts
Ekaterinburg, Voevodina St., 5
Ekaterinburg Museum of Fine Arts presents a famous pavilion of Kasli iron cast works that received Grand Prix at the Paris World Fair in 1900.
Ural branch of the State Center for Contemporary Art
Ekaterinburg, st. Dobrolyubova, 19а
The building of the USCCA was built in 1911 according to the project of the architect Ivan Kazimirovich Yankovsky. It was a typical building of the Zemstvo school, in which until 1921 there was a female gymnasium. USCCA appeared in Ekaterinburg in 1999 and became the first city institution in the field of contemporary art. At its own site, USCCA holds exhibitions of contemporary art, within which it works closely with Ural artists, implements educational programs in the field of contemporary art; residences and workshops of artists; as well as major projects — the Ural Industrial Biennale of Contemporary Art and Bazhov-Fest.

Sverdlovsk Regional Museum of Local Lore named after Onisim Claire
Ekaterinburg, Malysheva St., 46
The Sverdlovsk Regional Museum of Local Lore named after Onisim Claire is the largest museum association of Ural. Its history dates back to 1870 and it's connected with activities of the Urals Society of Devotees of Natural Science (UOLE). Today the Sverdlovsk Regional Museum of Local Lore comprises 17 museums located in Ekaterinburg and in other cities of the Sverdlovsk Region.

Urals History and Archaeological Museum
Ekaterinburg, Malysheva St., 46
The Urals History and Archaeological Museum as part of the Sverdlovsk Regional Museum of Local Lore named after Onisim Claire presents the world's biggest wooden sculpture of the Shigir Idol which is about 11,000 years old.

Museum of Stone-cutting and Jewelry Art History
Ekaterinburg, Lenina Avenue, 37
The Museum of Stone-cutting and Jewelry Art History introduces precious treasures of Ural and a unique Emerald Room Exhibition to the audience.
Ernst Neizvestny Art Museum
Ekaterinburg, Dobrolyubova St., 14
The museum was created on the basis of paintings (easel) and graphic works (drawings, easel prints, book illustrations), small sculptures, jewelry, illustrated books and exclusive photographs, an electronic archive and personal belongings of the artist. The collection is based on artist's originals, including those donated specially to the museum, as well as official circulation editions and materials from the artist's personal archive.

Nevyansk State Historical and Architectural Museum
Nevyansk, Demidovykh Garden Square, 3, 3A
Today it is one of the most famous, largest and most visited museums in the region. The museum exposition tells about the history of the Nevyansk Territory in the late XVII – early XX centuries. During excursions you will learn about the settlement of the territory of the region by Russian immigrants and the construction of the Nevyansk factory — the first-born of the Urals blast-furnace metallurgy, about the era of the Demidov factory owners, when Nevyansk experienced its peak of prosperity. The exhibition project "Icon-painting workshop" is presented at the museum's exhibition center, which introduces the unique phenomenon of the culture of the mining Urals — the Nevyansk icon.

Irbit State Museum of Fine Arts
Sverdlovsk Region, Irbit, Elizarievykh St., 28v
The Irbit State Museum of Fine Arts is the country's only special museum of engravings and paintings that features unique collections of European printed and original graphics represented by works of famous artists, such as Durer, Titian, Tintoretto, Rembrandt, Callot, Le Brun, Piranesi, Boucher, David, Goya, Toulouse-Lautrec, Chagall and others.

Museum of the History of Ekaterinburg
Ekaterinburg, st. Karla Liebknechta, 26
The Museum of the History of Ekaterinburg is a historical and cultural museum with regional artifacts, traditional and interactive exhibits. The museum dates back to 1940. The museum actively works with themes of urban everyday life and urban culture, starting from the XVIII century, the time of the foundation of the city, and to the present time. Simple plots and ordinary objects give the exhibitions not a heroic, but an everyday dimension, at the same time revealing the history of the city, conveying the spirit and meaning of past eras.
Sinara Art Gallery
Ekaterinburg, Verkh-Isetsky Boulevard, 15/4
Sinara Art Gallery is a leading private gallery located in the Sinara Center cultural and exhibition complex (the former Ekaterinburg Gallery of Modern Art), housed in one of the oldest architectural ensembles of Ekaterinburg in the 19th century — in the buildings of the former hospital of the Verkh-Isetsky Plant, which are an object of cultural heritage They were designed by architect Mikhail Malakhov by order of the factory owner Alexei Yakovlev and built in 1824. Until the 90s of the last century, medical facilities were located here.
Sinara Art Gallery has more than 1,500 works of painting, graphic art, sculpture and art objects of Ural artists. A unique collection demonstrates the evolution of artistic processes in the Urals from 1892 to the present day. The collection is developing and replenished with works by Ural authors and objects created in line with new experimental art practices.

Ganina Yama
Sverdlovsk region, Verkhnyaya Pyshma, Krivousova St., 36, PO Box 50
Ganina Yama — one of the most popular Orthodox pilgrimage sites in the Middle Urals is the Monastery in honor of the Holy Royal Martyrs in the vicinity of Ekaterinburg. It was built on the site of the Ganina Yama mine, where, according to the Russian Orthodox Church, the ashes of the members of the last Emperor of Russia Nicolas II family, executed by the Bolsheviks, are buried.

International Center for the Arts "Glavniy Prospekt"
Ekaterinburg, Lenina Avenue, 8
The International Center for the Arts "Glavniy Prospekt" is a modern art space for exhibitions, concerts, lectures and other cultural events. Today in the Main Prospect presents various areas of art — from visual art to music and theater. The goal of the International Center for the Arts is a dialogue between various cultural and scientific fields, work with the history of our city and its popularization.
The building of the International Center for the Arts "Glavniy Prospekt" was built around the Refinery — an architectural monument, which was erected in 1916. The factory building itself has been restored and today has become the International Center for the Arts.
Nizhny Sinyachikhinsky Museum-Reserve
Sverdlovsk region, Alapaevsky district, Nizhnaya Sinyachikha, Pervomayskaya St., 20
Nizhny Sinyachikhinsky Museum-Reserve of Wooden Architecture and Folk Art named after Ivan Samoylov is an open-air museum in the ancient village of Nizhnyaya Sinyachikha, which presents the types of residential and household buildings of the Urals, as well as a collection of Ural folk paintings of the interior of houses, shutters and other crafts. The museum was founded on the initiative of Ivan Samoilov, opened on September 16, 1978.
The museum complex includes more than 20 different buildings and structures, including three farmsteads of peasants of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, four chapels, towers of the prison and watchtower, a windmill, a firehouse with a watchtower. The museum also displays household items and tools of the peasants, the world's only collection of folk painting on wood (the Urals, Western Siberia, the 19th century), local writing icons of the 18th and 19th centuries, manuscripts and early printed books of the 19th century.

Verkhoturye State Historical and Architectural Art Museum Reserve
Sverdlovsk Region, Verkhoturye, Sovetskaya St., 8
The Verkhoturye State Historical and Architectural Art Museum Reserve includes sites of the Verkhoturye Kremlin the only one in Ural. Nizhnyaya Sinyachikha Museum Reserve of Wooden Architecture and Folk Arts named in honor after Ivan Samoylov — an open air museum, where typical elements of an average Ural village and a picture of peasant routine are reconstructed: peasant houses of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries and other monuments of wooden architecture.

Metallurgical Ural
Nizhni Tagil, Lenina Avenue, 1
The Museum-Reserve 'Metallurgical Ural' in Nizhni Tagil features all sides of the metallurgical civilization and a powerful metallurgical empire created by the Demidovs in the 18th-19th centuries which later regenerated in the Soviet period to be adapted to the modern economic environment. The Museum Reserve comprises 9 museums, including the only museum-plant in Russia and the Museum of History of Tray Manufacturing which is one of a kind in the country.