The Kremlin and the Red Square are two principle attractions of Moscow and both are included into this tour. The tour starts at the Zhukov monument, just outside the Moscow History Museum. You will have a tour of the Red Square and learn more about St Basil's Cathedral and other attractions of the city center. After the Red Square tour you will head to the Kremlin to have an introduction to the museum complex and its history and will receive your ticket to the Kremlin museum. Our guide will take you to the museum entrance. You will enjoy your visit to the Kremlin at your own pace and may stay inside as long as the museum is opened. There are three main cathedrals to visit in the Kremlin: the Cathedral of Archangel Michael, the Cathedral of Annunciation and the Uspensky Cathedral.
This Tour Quest offers a different way to discover Moscow. Experience the city on a guided walking tour, enjoy a series of fun and interactive activities along the way, and earn the symbolic Key to Moscow! Along the way, explore the Kremlin and visit the Armoury Chamber, marvel at the iconic monuments around the Red Square, and stroll around Alexandrovsky Garden.
Experience a real Cold War-era bunker on this private tour. In the company of just your party and a guide, learn about the history of the bunker and its construction, then, get a sense of the fear felt during that era by watching a re-enactment of a nuclear bomb explosion and nuclear missile launch.
This Tour Quest offers a different way to discover Moscow. Venture underground to explore the city’s famous metro stations—known for their magnificent architecture—and enjoy a series of fun and interactive activities along the way. Ride between the different stations and learn about the city’s history as you hunt for clues, solve puzzles, and even perform some street theater.
Mosfilm Film Studio in Moscow is Russia’s leading film production studio, where many Russian movies and TV series are filmed. On this guided studio tour, immerse yourself in Russian Hollywood, peek behind-the-scenes to see the famous sets and props, and learn the secrets behind the filming process. This interactive tour quest even lets you star in your very own short film—the perfect souvenir of your movie adventure.
The waterpark has a variety of attractions: several waterslides, a lagoon, jacuzzi, the wave swimming pool, the kids area. There's a spa area with Russian, Turkish, Finnish, Japanese and steam baths, a massage room. Also, there are a bar and restaurant in the waterpark.
It's a ticket to the "Peter The Great. Collector, Scholar, Artist" exhibition which is held in the Kremlin. The aim of the exhibition is to demonstrate the significance and the revolutionary character of Peter the Great’s reforms concerning patronage of arts and science.It is the international exhibition project—the museums of Germany, Holland and the UK give on loan unique pieces from their collections.The display includes about 200 pieces, viz memorial objects, unique archival documents, regalia, magnificent samples of ceremonial arms and armour, outstanding works of jewellery, paintings, sculptures, glyptics, medals and coins, scientific instruments that belonged to Peter the Great, objects from his ‘Chinese’ and ‘Siberia’ collections, as well as rare books and drawings with the records of historical, art and science collections of Peter the Great, which laid the foundation for the first public museum in Russia—Kunstkamera.
The Moscow Zoo has more than eight thousand animals of more than thousand species. Some species are bred by zoo specialists for the first time in the world. The zoo is a member of the World and European Association of Zoos and Aquariums (EARAZA). Participates in many international conservation programs for endangered species.Children under 17 years old can visit the zoo free of charge accompanied by their parents.
Tochka G Museum consists of four attractions. You can buy both separate tickets and the full ticket to all of the attractions. The erotic museum itself exhibits pieces of sexual art and paraphernalia from all over the globe and from different eras, erotic installations and attractions.The Mirror Labyrinth is a large riddle space made of mirrors.The Labyrinth of Fear is filled with spooky traps, shrieks and images.Finally, the dry pool filled with 500 thousand of balls, where you can dive, swim and have fun.
Ensure you have a hassle-free visit to the Moscow Planetarium by booking your admission ticket in advance. Choose a date and time to visit and explore the planetarium's many interactive exhibits at your own pace.
The pride of the Gallery consists of the paintings by French Impressionists and Post-Impressionists and masters of the early 20th century: Claude Monet, August Renoir, Alfred Sisley, Camille Pissarro, Edgar Degas, Paul Gauguin, Vincent van Gogh, Andre Derain and Menri Rousseau. In the new display you can see works by representatives of other European schools, and also American art. Alongside the canvases of Vasily Kandinsky, Marc Chagall and Giorgio de Chirico are pictures by Aquille Funi, Carl Hofer, Felice Casorati, Hans Grundig, Volker Bohringer and Rockwell Kent. The work of such eminent European sculptors as Antoine-Louis Barye, Auguste Rodin, Aristide Maillol, Emile-Antoine Bourdelle, Ossip Zadkine and Hans Arp is also represented.
The Exhibition of Achievements of National Economy is the largest exposition, museum and recreational complex in the world, one of the most popular public spaces of the capital city of Russia. Each year, it is visited by about 25 million people.
Explore a truly unique Moscow attraction and ensure a stress-free visit by pre-booking your admission. With your ticket in hand there's no need to line up at the ticket desk, so you can spend more time exploring the exhibitions and grounds of Tsarytsino Open-Air History and Architectural Museum.
The Mosfilm Film Studio in Moscow is Russia’s largest film company and has produced many of Russia’s most famous movies and TV shows. On this tour, explore behind-the-scenes with a guide and learn all about the filming process from makeup and costumes, to on-set direction and lighting. Admire original props and sets at the studio museum, see the filming stages, and hear stories and anecdotes from popular movies.
The permanent exhibition named GULAG in Human Fates and History of the Country is aimed to depict the history of GULAG as a single process with the inherent logic. In particular, the exhibition narrates a story starting from the foundation of a huge industrial corporation of forced labor economics to the liquidation of the system after Stalin’s death. The exhibition approaches the GULAG history through the human dimension. The interactive multimedia format enables a visitor to face GULAG survivors, to hear prisoners’ voices.
Kolomenskoye represents a complex site of Russian history and architecture. It comprises 17 architectural monuments, including 12 that make the surviving part of the Tsar’s estate of XVI – XIX centuries as well as 4 wooden constructions that were brought from different regions of Russia.
The Central Museum of the Armed Forces is one of the largest military museums in the world. It was founded in December 1919. The exposition is spread across 24 halls and an open area. It reflects the history of the Russian and Soviet Armed Forces from the moment they were born on a regular basis to the present.
Enter a real Cold War-era bunker on this private tour. In the company of just your party and a guide, learn about the history of the bunker and its construction. Explore artifacts such as Soviet radios, chemical protective suits, masks, Geiger counters, and Soviet posters, then, experience the reality of life during that era by watching a re-enactment of a nuclear bomb explosion and nuclear missile launch.
Our collection includes more than 130 exhibit items all of which you can interact with. You can take part in all the experiments independently. You can touch all the exhibition items and you are welcome to do it! We try to show both the common features of all the living systems and the unique features of a human.