The Boris Yeltsin Presidential Center is a non-governmental organization named after the first president of the Russian Federation. The Museum of the First President of Russia as well as his archives are located in the Center.
The core of the Center is the Museum. Modern multimedia technologies help animate the documents, photos from the archives, and artifacts. The Yeltsin Museum holds collections of: propaganda posters, leaflets, and photos of the first years of the Soviet regime; portraits and portrait sculptures of members of Politburo of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of various years; USSR government bonds and other items of the Soviet era; a copy of «One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich» by Alexander Solzhenitsyn, published in the «Novy Mir» magazine (#11, 1962); perestroika-era editions of books by Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Vasily Grossman, and other authors; theater, concert, and cinema posters, programs, and tickets -- in short, all of the artifacts of the perestroika era.
The Center houses not only the museum but also a library and archives, educational and children's centers, and exposition halls.
|Phone number:||+7 (909) 006-7070|
|Address:||Sverdlovsk Oblast, Ekaterinburg, Boris Yeltsin Street, 3|