On the hill Zamkovaja on the place of the stone church, which was destroyed by an earthquake in 1230, the exposition "Ancient Turov" is opened. At the archaeological area covered with a glass tent the remains of ancient settlements, ancient weapons, old household items are represented.
The temple discovered during excavations is the largest monumental construction on the territory of the western lands of ancient Ruthenia. It of 29.3 m length and of 17.9 m width. Inside and outside the temple the burials in stone sarcophagi were discovered during excavations in the XX century.
Hillfort of ancient Turov included a citadel and a roundabout town. The citadel from the south-east side was separated from the roundabout town by the moat, which was filled with water until 1925, when the river Yazda was turned into the drainage channel. Since the second half of the XIII century a castle existed on the territory of the citadel, a stone tower was the main defensive structure. Turov tower is a monument of defensive architecture of the second half of the XIII century. It was the main defensive structure of the castle of Turov. The tower was made of brick and mortar. It had a shape of a circle with a diameter of 18-19 m. The inner diameter was 11m. Inside it was divided into multiple storeys. The tower was disassembled in 1830. It represents an archaeological object as a part of the hillfort.
The roundabout town was located in the south-east from the citadel, it had the shape of a quarter of the circle of 100x170x180 m size of about 1.5 hectares. The roundabout town area rised above the ground at 5-6 m. There were no excavations on the territory of the roundabout town. The roundabout town is included in the List of Historical and Cultural Sights of Belarus.
Fragments of pottery, tools, weapons, a variety of household items, jewelry show the development of crafts (blacksmithing, jewelry, bone carving, woodworking, pottery, foundry, ceramics production), the development of agriculture, animal husbandry, trade, hunting and fishing.