Here you will find other interesting sights that you may add to your tour or visit separately anytime you like. If you don’t know what to choose or cannot find something here that you would like to visit, just contact us and we will help you choose the sights that fit you the best!
Tretyakov Gallery is probably the most famous Russian art gallery. Here you will find the works of our best artists. Ticket price: 400 roubles.
Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts is the largest museum of European art in Moscow. Ticket price: 140 roubles.
Exhibition of Achievements of the Soviet Economy (All-Russia Exhibition Centre) is one the biggest exhibition centres in the world, which is in fact a huge memorial of the Soviet period.
Gorky Park is the most popular leisure park in Moscow, which occupies huge territory with stunning views and numerous facilities.
Tsaritsyno Museum-Reserve is an important memorial of Russian Gothic architecture in the south of Moscow, founded by Catherine the Great at the end of the 18th century.
Kolomenskoye Museum-Reserve is the former residence of Russian tsars with a rich history and a stunning wooden palace
Arkhangelskoye Museum-Estate is a magnificent architectural ensemble of the 18th century, which is often called a Russian Versailles.
Kuskovo Museum-Estate is the former estate of the famous Russian counts Sheremetev, which is famous not only for its amazing palace and a French park with marble sculptures, but also for the only ceramics museum in Russia.
Krutitsy Yard is a historical monument, which in 1991 was re-established as the personal metochion of the Patriarch of Moscow and all Russia.
Izmaylovo Kremlin (+Flea Market) is a modern architectural ensemble with 17th century imitations. The Kremlin has several museums (of vodka, of bread, of the Russian toy and the Russian fleet’s history) and some workshops (such as forge, soap boiling and chocolate making ones) as well as the famous flea market called Vernisage just next to it.
Victory Park is an open air museum dedicated to the great victory of the Russian army in the Second World War.
Peter Stopover Palace is the only surviving out of the seven palaces that used to be on the way from Moscow to Saint Petersburg in the 18th century.
Ryabushinsky Mansion is a museum dedicated to Maxim Gorky, the famous soviet writer.
Patriarch’s Ponds is one of the central districts of Moscow with the only surviving pond and its square. The district owes its fame to the writer Mikhail Bulgakov who involved the Ponds into the plot of his famous novel “The Master and Margarita”.
Vasnetsov Museum is a true fairy-tale house where you will find the works of the famous Russian artist Victor Vasnetsov. A great part of his paintings were illustrations of the most popular Russian fairy-tales. Ticket price: 250 roubles.
Moscow Planetarium is one of the biggest planetariums in the world. Ticket price: 600 roubles.