Essentuki museum began in 1963. It was created by a veteran educator who for many years gathered at his home a variety of subjects related to the history of the city and the region of Caucasian Mineral Waters. Prior to 1978, he was popular, and only after review of the regional folk museum, where the museum has become a winner, he receives the status of the state.
The museum houses over 30,000 items, which are annually replenished with new items. Museum visitors will be interested to see the exposition exhibits original print (newspapers and postcards XIX-XX centuries), items from the history of spas, history, Russia's first hydroelectric power station "White Coal". A separate room is furniture that belonged to Elizabeth - the daughter of Peter I.
In the two exhibition halls of the museum's exhibitions are made on the first floor of the museum art gallery works