It's definitely worth a visit-just don't expect a lot of rooms filled with Romanov possessions! There are only 5 rooms on the main floor-Alexander III's study, MF's boudoir, the hall, the kitchen, and the vestibule, with a few bedrooms and a sitting area tucked into the rafters above. Some nice items on display-portraits and photos and porcelain. But it's absolutely gorgeous-the lodge and the setting-perfectly situated at the fringe of a forest overlooking the Kotka Rapids. If I could only have one former Romanov house to myself, to actually live in, Langinkoski would be it.