Things To Do
Russia’s capital city, Moscow offers visitors a wealth of historical and entertainment attractions. Visit the deeply historic Red Square and explore the iconic, brightly colored Saint Basil’s Cathedral and the palaces and cathedrals of the Kremlin. Discover the opulent collection of Russian treasures presented at the world-wide known Armory and Diamond fund. Witness a performance from one of the most renowned ballet and opera companies in the world at the Bolshoi Theatre. Enjoy an amazing collection of fine and modern art in the Tretyakov Gallery and Pushkin Museum.
In and Around Town
Moscow Kremlin Museums
Ensemble includes the Armoury Chamber, a world-wide known treasure house, architectural complex of the Cathedral Square, the Tsar Bell and Tsar Cannon.
Red Square & St. Basil's Cathedral
Red Square is home to Moscow’s most recognizable building, St Basil’s Cathedral. Open to the public, it includes exhibits on the history of Russia and the cathedral itself.
State Historical Museum
Largest national museum of Russia, it contains an impressive collection on the history of the country and unique interiors in the Russian style.
National theatre, home to the Bolshoi Opera and Bolshoi Ballet, among the oldest and most renowned companies in the world.
Discover the Moscow metro and get to any place of the capital in the quickest and most reliable way.Moscow Metro Map & Information (PDF)
Moscow Ice Rinks
Enjoy the pleasure of outdoor skating in Moscow. Check ideas on where to ice-skate during your Moscow tour.
Museums of Contemporary Art
For inspiration explore the Moscow museums of modern and contemporary art.
Founded in the 18th century, the gallery houses the largest collection of Russian art, including sculptures, applied arts and portraits.
Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts
The Pushkin features works by celebrated artists such as Picasso, Matisse and Van Gogh.
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Red October Art Cluster
Former chocolate factory, famous for its trendy bars and restaurants, art galleries, clothing shops and educational establishments.
Moscow's central park and world-class space for recreation, dance, sport and outdoor activities.