Site is under development. Old version of the site.

Schedule:

mon:

Museum is closed

sat:

10:00—20:00

sun:

10:00—18:00

tues-fri:

10:00—18:00

exposition

The history of the geological development of Sakhalin and the Kuril Islands

Exposition

The history of the geological development of Sakhalin and the Kuril Islands

"The history of the geological development of Sakhalin and the Kuril Islands"  gives a general idea of ​​the history of the Earth, tells about the history of the geological development of Sakhalin Island from the late Cretaceous period to the present time, about modern geological processes occurring on the islands. The geological hall exhibits unique replicas of the skeletons of the Sakhalin dinosaur Nipponosaurus sachalinensis and the fossil mammal Desmostylus hesperus, plant and animal fossils, the geological age of which is from 100 to 2 million years.