Sophia Cathedral is the oldest stone church in Belarus, built in 1044-1066.
Borisoglebskaya Church - a monument of wooden architecture of the XVIII century.
Spaso-Evfrosinievskiy Monastery is a functioning Orthodox monastery, founded in 1127.
The Museum-Reserve "Staraya Ladoga" is an open-type museum dedicated to the history of the ancient Russian city of Ladoga.
Castle Hill - an archaeological park, on the site of the ancient castle of the Polotsk principality.
Monument to Prince Vladimir the Holy - a monument on the banks of the Vitba River, dedicated to the founder of the city.
The State Historical and Cultural Museum-Reserve "Polotsk Povetlie" is a museum dedicated to the history of Polotsk and the Principality of Polotsk.
Park of culture and recreation "Naftan" - a large park with a variety of attractions and recreation areas.
Church of the Most Holy Theotokos of All Who Sorrow Joy is an Orthodox church built in 2010.
Cathedral of St. Sophia is an Orthodox cathedral built in the 1990s in the style of ancient Russian architecture.