Although the majority of the Kremlin is closed off to visitors, the remaining open structures will more than satisfy, including its interesting and world-scale museums, and various parts of its compound, including parts of the citadel, Cathedral of the Assumption (Moscow's oldest and most impressive orthodox church) and the Patriarch's Palace, founded early in the 14th-century.
Stationed in a beautiful 19th-century building with the intention of housing the tsar's treasures, the Armory now inhabits a part of this magnificent complex, taking two floors and carefully decorated with ornamented columns. It is filled with an impressive collection of carriages, armor, weaponry and important Russian relics, accrued over many eras.
Excellent tour guide
we thought the trip was awesome and our guide was kind helpfull and informative! we loved her. Thanks
very nice tour of the city, again guide was very nice and knowable