Botanical Garden

An excursion through the gardens with stories of the old Barnaul Highway, life in the ancient local settlements, and scientific discoveries.
Hello sunshine - forest nature garden summer stock pictures, roy
4 hours
35 km

Tales of Siberian Food

Excursion through Siberian gastronomical traditions and various delicacies.
3-4 hours
37 km

Gastro Excursion

Walking tour to the mysterious historic building at 22 Krasny Avenue.
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2 hours
50 m

Summer in Novosibirsk Region is the season for outdoor activities, vacations, and new experiences! The weather from June to August is warm and comfortable. The average daytime temperature in July is +23°C.

What to visit in Novosibirsk in the summer

Summer is the time for exciting experiences and adventures. How to be active and have fun in Novosibirsk Region in the summer?

  • SUP surfing in the region’s water bodies, including the Ob Sea,
  • Siberian sailing regatta — a really spectacular event,
  • diving in the Abrashino Quarry,
  • Ob River boat tours,
  • outdoor swimming pools, thermal complexes, and water parks.

We will help you choose the best driving and walking routes for the most memorable summer in Novosibirsk Region!

Recreation center 2
Novosibirsk Airport
Recreation center 1
1 Lenina Street, Novosibirsk

Beach Parties

Summer is the time for new and exciting experiences. Ob Sea beach parties. The PLAYA. Soul Island festival welcomes over 100 DJs, electronic and live music, master classes, light and fire shows, a fair, and large-scale races on stand up paddle boards.

SUP surfing

SUP surfing (surfing on stand up paddle boards) is becoming ever more popular among residents and visitors. Hot sun, summer breeze, small waves, and rhythmic paddle movements are key if you want to rest your body and soul.


The Siberian Sailing Regatta is the largest and most important sailing competition in the region. More than 100 yachts, sailors of all ages from all regions of Siberia, and lots of splashing, speed, and hunger for victory!

Abrashino Quarry

This abandoned and flooded marble quarry is now a deep lake with a rocky bottom and exceptionally clear water. It is the only body of water in Novosibirsk Region that is suitable for diving. The fact that it’s located in a pine forest makes it even more special. Its clean air and unique microclimate, especially paired up with a stay at the recreation center nearby, will be of great benefit to your health.

River Cruises

Summer navigation along the Ob River usually starts in May. This is the time for river excursions: learn about the history of the city and its residents, enjoy warm and long evenings, a romantic setting, and musical excursions to the sound of saxophone or violin.

Outdoor Swimming Pools

The region’s many outdoor swimming pools are extremely popular in summer: Rumba BeachRemix Swimming PoolSosnovy Bor and Borvikha Park Hotel pools; the outdoor complex at the PARUS medical resort and SPA; the Sibiryak medical resort aqua complex; the Mayak Retreat recreation area; the summer zone of the Mira.Thermy thermal complex; Leader Land Water Park, etc.

Rostislav Shilo Novosibirsk Zoo

Novosibirsk Zoo, the pride of Novosibirsk, is one of the largest zoos in Russia. It covers 65 hectares and is home to 11,000 animals and 770 species. The zoo specializes in breeding felines and mustelids. It has one of the world’s best collections of these animals. And you mustn’t miss the local favorites, the polar bear family.

Air Show

The annual air show at the Mochische airfield attracts thousands of fans of Russian aviation. The show includes displays of Russian Air Force aircraft and helicopters, solo and group aerobatics of civil aircraft, displays of vintage aircraft, skydiving and canopy relative work, powered paragliding, aeromodellers, and kites.

Siberian Fire

The Siberian Fire international military history festival is one of the largest annual events in Russia and attracts tens of thousands of visitors. The events, life and culture from different periods of Russian and world history are reenacted on a vast area covering several square kilometers. Every year sees participants coming from further afield, with hundreds of reenactors from Siberia, the Russian Far East, the Urals, the European part of Russia, Kazakhstan, and the Czech Republic.