The first museum-factory in Russia will allow you to get closely acquainted with technologies, methods of production, the history of plant engineering and discover the secrets of Ural metal. The museum was created based on a mothballed metallurgical plant in the first half of the 20th century, a successor to an ancient Demidov plant. The factory appearance kept elements of the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries. Here you can see real blast furnaces and open-hearth furnaces and get acquainted with the technology of ferrous metals production. The factory preserved a water turbine dating back to 1892, which set the rolling mill in motion. The water chests arelari is intact and the domain blast-furnace housing of the early 19th century was preserved. The bridge crane dating from 1892 is in working order.
The factory stands on the bank of the Nizhnetagilsky pond, along which stretches a marvelous embankment stretches, with modern logistics and covered by objects of gastronomy, sports and entertainment.
1B, Lenin Avenue/Goroshnikova St.
Tel.: +7 (343) 541-64-01