By boat: Myshkin has a boat station where river cruise boats stop on their way to and from Moscow.
By public buses: You can get to Myshkin by public buses from Yaroslavl, Rybinsk, Nekouz and Stantsia Volga railway station.
By train from Moscow: You can take the Moscow – Rybinsk train to Stantsia Volga railway station and change for a direct bus to Myshkin. It is a daily train in the summer and three time a week (Mo, Wed, Fr ) in the winter. The train starts from Belorusskiy Railway station in Moscow.
By train from St Petersburg, Ivanovo, Nizhny Novgorod, Samara: You can take St Petersburg- Samara train to Stantsia Volga railway station and change for a direct bus to Myshkin.
By train from Rybinsk: You can take any suburban trains passing by Stantsia Volga railway station and change for a direct bus to Myshkin.
By car: If you are traveling by car you can get to the Myshkin ferry station from Yaroslavl via Rybinsk in the summer or get to Myshkin via Uglich dam in the winter.
From Yarolsavl, Ivanovo, Kostroma to Myshkin via Bolshoye Selo and Novoye Selo.
From Moscow to Myshkin via Yaroslavskoye Shosse, Sergiev Posad, Kalyazin, Uglich
From St Petersburg to Myshkin via Novgorod, Tver, Kashin, Kalyazin, Uglich.
From St Petersburg to Myshkin via Tikhvin, Cherepovets, Poshehonye, Myshkin ferry station.
From St Petersburg to Myshkin via Novgorog, Vyshniy Volochok, Bezhetsk, Sonkovo, Pischalkino, Nekouz, Stantsia Volga.
Myshkin ferry station is open from 6 am to 10 pm ( working hours are shorter in the autumn). The ferry across the Volga leaves Myshkin town side every hour on sharp hour and Zavolzhye side (right bank) every hour on 30 min.
The ferry is free of charge for passengers and paid for vehicles.
Tourist buses with more than 23 seats cannot enter the ferry and usually are parked on the right bank.
The Myshkinsky Museum Complex is located 500metres from the ferry site.