Tourism, social and economic development of Pushkinskie Gory
At the moment there are two small hotels in the area: "Druzba" for 100 people and "Pushkinogorskaya" for 500 people. They both need serious reconstruction and refurbishment to be up to the modern level of the visitors' requirements. Building new modern accommodation of all types, from bed and breakfast to 5 star hotels is an issue of crucial importance. The most realistic plan is:
- To build accommodation bed and breakfast type around the Pushkinskie Gory Museum that will become a natural part of the landscape and will develop the architectural style of Russian estate houses of the XIX century;
- A new hotel for 200 people in Pushkinskie Gory town;
- Ethnographic villages on the sites of old villages of Pushkin period, with all necessary modern conveniences.
- Opening restaurants, cafes and tea rooms of all sorts; using the cuisine of Pushkin period to attract visitors;
- Developing special policy that will support food production in Pushkinskie Gory Museum land and in the Reserve area.
Farming and folk crafts
- General and financial support of local farmers; encouraging them to grow organic food that may be used for visitors' needs;
- Facilitating investments in producing, processing and retailing food products;
- Supporting historical farming and crafts that may be used to meet the visitors' needs;
- Supporting local crafts, organizing fairs and auctions, involving children in mastering folk crafts, promoting local folk crafts generally.
- Building new roads, providing maintenance and engineering networks;
- Building new car parks;
- Developing the strategy of car access to various parts of Pushkinskie Gory Museum.
Providing wider range of tourists attractions
- Providing necessary equipment for the beaches;
- Making ski tracks;
- Providing boats for visitors; starting boat transportation between Estate Houses;
- Starting a "Horse Centre": horses as a means of transportation; racing;
- Tennis courts and golf courses;
- Hiring cars, bicycles, horses, boats, skis, skates, sledges, including old-fashioned ones;
- Mini-buses and coaches for tourists.
Sustainable development of the area
- Defining the boundaries of the Reserve land, developing special code for human behaviour in it. Meeting all the modern requirements of sustainable development;
- Monitoring ecological issues;
- Providing waste disposal according to modern standards.