It’s no secret that the soviet period was one of the brightest periods of our country’s history. Those times were so much different from the life we live today that many Russians feel nostalgic about them. And many foreigners are very curious to learn more about the USSR. The Metro tour is an important part of the itinerary since all the most beautiful metro stations were built exactly during the Soviet period.
Park Kultury (Culture Park) station’s vestibule is decorated with the relief-carvings illustrating the Soviet people's leisure.
Sculpture Park is an open air museum where you will find the monuments of Soviet leaders and many other interesting sculptures.
Chekhovskaya station is dedicated to the work of the Russian famous play writer Anton Chekhov. The hall’s walls are decorated with a mosaic depicting some topics from his plays.
Revolution Museum, the former English club, is nowadays the biggest museum of modern history in Russia. Ticket price: 250 roubles.
Taganskaya station will tell you about the space exploration with the help of its chased relief paintings.
Bunker 42. This Cold war museum is situated in a true underground bunker built in 1950s. Ticket price: 300 roubles.