Moscow museums are large in number and wide in variety, which allows us to tailor your travel program to your specific interests.
There are many extraordinary and unique museums worth seeing in addition to the “classics” visited by most travelers (The Kremlin, Tretyakov gallery, and the Pushkin House-Museum, for example). Among these are thematic museums (the GULAG History Museum, the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center, the Museum of the Battle of Borodino, the Museum of Cosmonautics, and the Museum of Russian Icons, to name several) and house-museums, which give you the opportunity to acquaint yourself with the life of important Muscovites (including Tolstoy, Pushkin, Chekhov, and Gorky) and their artistic worlds. House-museums are also not limited to only the most famous Russian writers. You can visit the former apartment of the great ballerina Galina Ulanova, which is located in one of Stalin’s Seven Sisters, some of the tallest high-rises in Moscow. Each house-museum offers a unique experience and new outlook on what life in Moscow entailed for these significant figures.