Sablinsky Museum was opened on June 28, 2001. A part of its exposition is newspaper stands, which contain publications on the Sablina of the beginning of the 20th century. Here you can find criminal news, advertising, reports of significant and interesting events in the life of the holiday village.
Other stands tell about the tribes that inhabited this territory from the fifth to the seventeenth century. Also in the museum’s exposition are many maps on which the development of the settlement can be traced - from Sablin's tavern on the IK Kirilov’s Atlas of the All-Russian Empire in 1727 to Sablin's Dachnaya on the map of Yu. Yu. Gash 1914.
A large place is given in the museum to the Sablinsky nature monument, which is a unique nature reserve. Its territory is 200 hectares. Here are the geological, botanical and biological objects, historical and cultural monuments, the alleged site of the squad of Prince Alexander Yaroslavovich in front of the 1240 Neva Battle. Since 1976, the territory is under state protection.