The Slobozhansky Regional Museum was opened in 1989. Initially, it was established as a museum dedicated to the history of the Lenin Sugar Plant. Over the years, its collection grew and its thematic scope expanded, adopting a regional studies profile. Its collection comprises 3,000 exhibits displayed in five rooms dedicated to ethnography and the history of the region. The museum actively collaborates with students and teachers, organizing workshops and interactive tours. The impact of the war is palpable: the museum has ramped up its online activities and assists volunteers by producing camouflage nets.