Our Tours

The Museum of V. A. Tropinin

The Museum of V.A.Tropinin and the Moscow artists of his time occupies a special place among many museums of the capital. This is due to the fact that the building itself and the works of art in it are related directly to the artistic culture of Moscow of XVIII — XIX centuries. The Museum was founded in 1969 by a […]

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The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts

The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts is one of the largest art collections of foreign art from ancient times to the present day in Russia. The current exhibition presents an extensive study collection of tinted plaster models of the works of Antiquity, the Middle Ages and Renaissance, and a collection of original works of painting, sculpture, graphics and decorative […]

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The Alexander Ostrovsky House Museum

The museum locates in a house, where a playwright Alexander Ostrovsky was born. The wooden house is a cultural monument of the early twenties of the 19th century; it locates in the Zamoskvorechye region, which is one of those rare districts in Moscow, maintaining charm and coziness of old time living. Ostrovsky’s city mansion is surrounded by a gorgeous garden, […]

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The House-Museum of M. Gorky

The mansion was built in 1900-1903 by the order of S. P. Ryabushinsky, who was a banker and an industrialist. Stepan Pavlovich was a great lover and connoisseur of art, so the construction of the house was entrusted to his close friend, the architect F. O. Shekhtel. He designed completely the interiors and exterior of the building. The frieze of […]

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The Bolshoi Theatre

The Russian Bolshoi Theatre has always been and remains one of the iconic sights of our state and its culture. It is the major Russian national theatre and the bearer of Russian music culture traditions, as well as the center of world music culture. It contributes to the development of national performing arts. There are many foreign theatre-goers coming to […]

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