Blagoveshensky Museum of Regional Studies was founded in 1965. Since 1970 it has occupied a small two-storied building with an exhibition space of 187 sq m.
At present the museum embraces 4 sections.
The first is called "The everyday life and household of the first settlers". It provides information on the history of the settlement of Blagoveshenka and shows items related to conditions of life and household of peasants of the early 20-th c.
Next is the "Military-historical section". It's devoted to stories of wars, revolutions, and military conflicts in which our countrymen took part.
The third section is "Social and economic development of the region in the Soviet period and present days". It includes stands revealing the development of different branches.
The fourth is "Nature section". It depicts the nature of the Kulunda Steppe. The showcases display stuffed animals and birds (roe deer, fox, partridge, buzzard, suslik, and duck).
The museum has 7-8 exhibitions on display yearly.
The museum fund accounts to 5,810 pcs. The attendance is 3,000 visitors per year