The historical and cultural reserve was founded in 1994. In spite of the fact that travelers will meet socialist-realistic monuments at every step, related to the important Korsun-Shevchenkivsky operation of the Soviet army, the main tourist zest is the palace complex of the Lopukhins. The city became their property in 1799, when Emperor Paul I presented the estate to Prince Stanislaw – nephew of Polish king Stanislaw Avgusta. By request of S.Lopukhin in 1785 the architects J. Munz and Ya. Lind – sey began to build a neo-Gothic palace with Byzantine elements, surrounded with the English park. Today the complex includes the palace, gates-tower, Swiss house, and park. In the territory of the reserve operate 5 museums, including I.S.Nechuy-Levitsky literary-memorial museum. Address of the Korsun-Shevchenkivsky historical museum is as follows.