On November, 16th our American, Finnish, German and English students of NEOU PetrSU together with their teacher, Ms Marina Khazova visited Petrozavodsk Museum of Industrial History. During the excursion they had a chance to be transferred to different epochs. They took a start in the first decade of XVIIIth century when Peter the Great carried out small-arms factory building in the bottomland of Lososinka river. Then they appeared in the middle of XVIIIth century when Aleksandrovsky factory under the guidance of Scot Charles Gascoigne became one of the largest in the Russian empire. And then everybody were transferred at once to the XXth century and got acquainted with the new period – “Soviet”, have seen things of the epoch, tractor models, a newsreel and even sat at the director’ table of the Onega tractor factory. Excursion was not only entertaining but also useful ‘cause was done in Russian and let the students learn city in which they spent the whole term and its history better.