The Crimean Tatar cultural and ethnographic center "Kokkoz" is placed the village Sokolinoye in the old Tatar house, every room of which brings to life the traditional routine of the Crimean Tatars. The Center is proud of its collection of authentic domestic utensils, national clothes, antique and modern embroidery and tapestry works.
The center's souvenir shop offers a wide choice of handmade works of the Crimean Tatar masters – pile carpets and rugs, ceramics, jewelry and embroidery.
In the cafe of the center you can enjoy a delicious Tatar cuisine and watch a folklore singing and dancing. The exciting history of the village roots deep into the ancient times. Here you can see the ruins of the fortification wall (built in 1st –2nd centuries), a Byzantine basilica and three Kipchaks burial mounds of 10th – 11th centuries. On the territory of the village you can also find the historical and architectural monuments of the 19th and 20th centuries: the Yusupov's palace and Mosque, the Mosque of Ali-bay Bulgakov, Butler's Mosque and fountains, named after Bulgakov and Yusupov (the last one is also known as "A blue eye" fountain).