All the tourists who come in Moscow start from Red square and Kremlin, but one should know that our city is much bigger and more interesting that you can even think. So let's spend some time walking around non-touristic places where only locals love to go. You will see unusual architecture, hidden landmarks, graffiti and local places with delicious food.The highlights of the tour:* visit Artplay Design and Architecture Center;* take a look at Moscow from unusual observe point;* see Kitai-Gorod and Varvarka Street full of bars and small shops:* take photos at Muzeon Art Park with countless sculptures;* eat something delicious at the favorite by locals Danilovsky Market.
Create the perfect keepsakes of your time in Moscow on this private photoshoot tour. With a professional photographer, visit the city’s famous or lesser-known sights for picture-perfect shots. Pose by St. Basil’s Cathedral and the Kremlin, or have your photos taken at leafy parks, monuments, and panoramic viewpoints — the chosen sights can be tailored around you. Afterward, receive a full set of finished photos, including 10 professionally edited shots, as mementos.
In other cities, metro stations are simply a means to an end. In Moscow, however, stations serve as magnificent museums and are characterized by mosaics, extravagant architecture, and marble columns. See the best of the Moscow Metro on a private tour of either 10 or 15 stations (depending on tour length selected). Visit the capital’s oldest station, opened in 1935, see 76 bronze figures depicting Soviet heroes, and learn about Moscow’s turbulent history. Upgrade your tour to include a traditional Russian lunch and a visit to the Moscow Metro Museum.
The Impressionism and Post-Impressionism gallery is located in an annex of the famous Pushkin Museum. Here you can discover unique European and American collections. The Pushkin Museum has focused on displaying Russian and European paintings and pieces of art, since its opening in 1912.Your guide will teach you the evolution of art movements between the 19th and 20th centuries, explaining the different schools and influences. World-famous paintings can be seen here, like The Dance by Henri Matisse, The Prisoner’s Round by Vincent Van Gogh, and Claude Monet's Rouen Cathedral at Sunset. There are also paintings on show from many other artists such Monet, Renoir, Degas, Cézanne, Picasso, Matisse, Van Gogh, and many others. You will also find sculptures from Auguste Rodin, making this a unique experience.
This is a tour for those who would like to see the city through the eyes of locals. Stroll along the famous pedestrian Arbat street. Pass on the Gogol Boulevard and the next to the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. See the famous Cathedral of Christ the Saviour and explore one of the most popular places among the locals - Gorkiy Park.
Discover the wonders of the Tretyakov Gallery on a guided tour of this national treasury of Russian art. A must-see for lovers of Russian culture, this gallery offers more than 170,000 masterpieces dating from the 11th to the 20th century.• One of the finest collections of Russian art in the world• More than 170,000 pieces of incredible artwork• Portraits of Russian figures from Dostoyevsky to Tolstoy• Enthralling history of gallery dating back to 1856• Expert guide giving fascinating insights into the museum• Guaranteed skip-the-line entrance
Welcome to the tour of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist works of the collection of the State Museum of Fine Arts in Moscow. The museum has a really remarkable collection of paintings from late XIX to early XX century France. It is very beautiful and choiceful and comes from two private collections – those of Shchukin and Morozov, two Russian businessmen and art lovers. Shchukin acquired his first Monet in 1897 in Paris. His friend Matisse visited him in Moscow to arrange his canvases in Shchukin’s mansion. Morozov collected Picasso, Cezanne, van Gogh. ‘Les Nabis’ artists helped to decorate his music room. Monet’s ‘Rouen Cathedral at Sunset’ is one of the many Impressionists and Post-Impressionists works that make the collection of State Museum of Fine Arts in Moscow one of the world’s best. During this tour you will be introduced to the most famous and valuable paintings, including the works of Monet, Renoire, Cezanne, Gauguin and van Gogh, Matisse, Picasso.
This tour satisfies the insatiable appetite for art of all kinds. Spend luxurious hours at the Tretyakov Gallery, drinking in every brushstroke and every sculpted line. And listen to the input of a professional expert guide during your tour. Imagine being able to view global art treasures. Ogle these monumental artworks and your private guide will explain the historical and artistic context around the works.
If you have already seen Moscow's top sights, embark on this tour to discover a side to the city missed by many visitors. In a small group, learn about the world of Moscow merchants and their traditional way of life that has lasted for centuries. Visit houses and buildings associated with these merchants, including the State Tretyakov art gallery.
Are you a classical art lover or prefer avant-guard and modern art? This tour to the Tretyakov Gallery, which holds the largest collection of Russian art in the world, will be adjusted to your taste. Choose between 2 options: view the collection of works from the 11th century to the early 20the in the Old Tretyakov Gallery or tour the 20th-century Modern Russian art in Krymsky val.
Enjoy the gems of Moscow in one comprehensive tour: Red Square and its icon - St Basil's Cathedral, the world renowned Bolshoi theatre, the glamorous stage and its gorgeous halls. This unique exclusive tour will reveal the best of the best, what Russia is famous for. Feel special guest of the Bolshoi theatre when the main stage, rehearsal room, gala lounges and Beethoven concert hall open for you. Savour a cup of tea or coffee in the relaxing atmosphere in the Art Deco interiors of the Metropol hotel (the action place of "The gentleman in Moscow").
Mikhail Bulgakov is the greatest writer, whose works are read by several generations, his books have been translated into various languages of the peoples, he has tens of thousands of admirers around the world. The Bulgakov Museum commemorates the life and work of author Mikhail Afanasyevich Bulgakov in an apartment where he lived in Moscow and in which he set portions of his novel The Master and Margarita. Graffiti, including text from the novel and drawings of its characters, have decorated the external walls and stairwells of the apartment building.• Guaranteed skip-the-line entrance
Visit the Tretyakov Gallery and see with your own eyes an exhibition of masterpieces of Russian art of the 11th-20th centuries. Learn more about Russian art with a local guide and experience the real spirit of Russian culture.
The Tretyakov Gallery is a must-see for any art lover. With over 130,000 artworks, this gallery is truly one of the world's finest. With this tour you can beat the queues with skip-the-line access, before touring with a professional, art-loving guide.On the tour you will have the opportunity to see your choice of more than 130,000 paintings, sculptures and other works of art. The tours gives an opportunity to tailor your experience to get the most from the museum and to see the pieces you really want to see. You will be picked up from your hotel by the guide and you can choose either a morning or an afternoon departure, for a perfectly customized experience.
Moscow is a city of eminent writers. The Mikhail Bulgakov’s Museum is located in an apartment that once belonged to the author known from the novel Master and Margarita. The museum is a renovated former communal flat, with a long corridor and unique rooms, each with its own story. The kitchen reflects the typical living conditions of the Soviet era, including items such as kerosene-tank stoves, pans and other tin and copper kitchen utensils. The working cabinet of writer consists of a table with lamp, over which hangs a bookshelf with an endless row of books that catches the eye. The blue wall color became the embodiment of a long-standing dream of Bulgakov, as he desired to have a blue room which he believed would be a perfect place to work.
«The State Museum of Lev Tolstoy» tour lasts 4 hours. During this tour, you will visit the museum of the world famous writer and learn more about his life and work.The State Museum of Leo Tolstoy - one of the oldest literary museums in Russia. The museum keeps the largest collection of items related to the heritage of Russia's greatest writer and philosopher. The collection consists of about 500000 items related to the life and work of Leo Tolstoy, including a lot of Tolstoy's manuscripts, paintings and sculptures, graphics and many other equally interesting. It is the world's largest research, cultural and educational center for studies and promotion the creative heritage of Tolstoy.• Guaranteed skip-the-line entrance
Most of all, I would like Moscow's guests get inspired by the city. I want to see how the creative force and ideas of muscovites can transform the city from within. Moscow is a melting pot and it's always craving something new, which finds its reflection in food, art and music. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀This is a very popular Moscow shopping mall, which is currently being transformed into an international team of street artists, as well as Shepard Fairey, OKUDA SAN MIGUEL and many others. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Then we move further to explore Moscow's first art clusters. In the 90s many plants and plants were forced to leave the city center, so many buildings were left abandoned. But nowasdays those once empty spaces are vibrant hot spots of the city with art galleries, cafes and weekends markets. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀We want to visit art galleries, locals designers shops and discover street art in the district. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Come and join for a walk!
On this 2-hour guided tour discover the Tretyakov Gallery, an essential museum to visit while in Moscow. Discover one of the largest collections of icons and Russian art from the 12th to the 20th centuries.Start with a tour of the rooms of the Tretyakov Gallery in chronological order with your guide.Founded in 1854 by Pavel Tretyakov who wanted to make his collection of Russian paintings available to the greatest number of viewers. As you walk through the rooms of the gallery, find out why it is known as one of the foremost repositories of Russian fine art in the world.Explore a unique collection of Russian paintings, dating back to the 19th century, including the great works of Ivan Aivazovsky, Ivan Shishkin, Alexander Ivanov, Konstantin Korovin, Ilya Repin, Valentin Serov, Vasily Surikov and many others. Finally, discover the room devoted to the works of Mikhail Vrubel, with his impressive works of art filled with mysterious beauty.
"Delve into the depths of Russian art and its underground." This tour includes a ride on the second largest Metro in the world which spans nearly the whole city, before immersing yourself in Russian culture with over 170,000 works of art ranging from the earliest religious paintings to the most modern. The State Tretyakov Gallery is the national treasury of Russian fine art and one of the greatest museums in the world. The Gallery's collection consists entirely of Russian art and artists who have made а contribution to the history of Russian art or been closely connected with it. Founded by the Russian merchant and patron Pavel Tretyakov in 1856, this State Gallery has a unique and the largest collection of Russian Art spanning over a thousand years. Whilst riding the metro to the Gallery, you will get a real sense of Russian life before admiring one of the most beautiful art collection in the world.• Guaranteed skip-the-line entrance
The Garage museum of Contemporary art provides permanent collections and changing exhibitions of contemporary artists, as well as also operates as a research centre. Although the museum mainly focuses on Russian modern and contemporary art from the 1950s onward, it has also held exhibitions on international artists such as Mark Rothko, Anthony Gormley, Cindy Sherman, Jeff Koons, and Takashi Murakami. With our professional guide you'll learn more about Russian contemporary art and see the main works of our contemporary artists. The museum is situated in the biggest park of Moscow - Gorky Park. Gorky Park is the capital’s central park, with more than 40 000 visitors on weekdays and 250 000 on weekends and public holidays. Since 2011 the park has been setting new standards, becoming Russia’s first world-class park and a space for recreation, sport, dance and outdoor games. You'll have a walk with our guide through the Gorky park and see the largest Moscow park for yourself.