Things to do in Moscow
Moscow's main sites – including the Kremlin, Lenin's Mausoleum and the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts – lie within a mile of Red Square. South-west is the Novodevichy Cemetery, while northwards Prospekt Mira is home to the Stalinist architecture of The All-Russia Exhibition Centre (VDNKh). Most museums open 10am-6pm, and close one day a week, usually on a Monday. Entry charges for foreigners can be double those for Russian nationals.
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1. The Museums of the Moscow Kremlin - Museums and GalleriesShow more
2. Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts - Museums and GalleriesShow more
3. Novodevichy Cemetery - AttractionsShow more
Novodevichy Cemetery contains many famous graves including those of Khrushchev, Yeltsin, Chekhov and Prokofiev. Once used to confine miscreant noble wives, including Peter the Great's first, Evdokia, the adjacent Novodevichy Convent is a classic ensemble of Moscow Baroque architecture.Show this on mapE-mail this item
4. Lenin's Mausoleum - AttractionsShow more