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Kolomenskoye Historical and Architectural Museum and Reserve

2,636 Reviews

Kolomenskoye Historical and Architectural Museum and Reserve

2,636 Reviews
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Andropova Ave., 39, Moscow 115487 Russia
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We will not only show you Moscow but also tailor our experience according to your wishes!<br><br>We have became friends with a lot of people on our tours already and would love to find a friend in you as well:)<br><br>We will show you the best Moscow can offer, advise you what to do after the tour: the best museums, performances, cafes and restaurants, viewpoints, boat rides, parks, other tours etc.:)<br><br>We can also explain you how to use the metro, help you get a map, help you order a taxi and buy this famous matreshka doll:)
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CAPerth wrote a review May 2020
Perth216 contributions73 helpful votes
A pleasant enough place to visit but Kolomenskoye is a fair way out from the centre of Moscow on very busy roads, so it takes time to get there and back (we went with a guide in their own car), which could be better spent in other places. We visited the wooden palace, the Ascension Church, a couple of the minor churches and walked through the park. There is a golf buggy transfer from the palace to near the Ascension Church. The Ascension Church is probably more interesting from the outside than the inside but we did not pay extra to see the museum exhibits (which may be better).
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Andron wrote a review Apr 2020
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It is a nice state park with many interestig museums espetially palace of tcar. But very huge territory
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Bazlen28 wrote a review Feb 2020
Melbourne166 contributions12 helpful votes
Interesting architecture and with the elevation a very good view across the city. Nice open area and park with toilets and cafe. We visited in winter but was lucky to get a blue sky.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Nina A wrote a review Jan 2020
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I visited in the middle of winter but even then the buildings were worth seeing and visiting especially the wooden palace (with a cafe). And of course very magical in the evening when all the lights come on. A very historic landmark that everyone should try and visit.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Richard Whitebread wrote a review Dec 2019
Wokingham, United Kingdom127 contributions26 helpful votes
I spent about two hours walking around some magnificent recently restored historical buildings from around Russia. Each is well described and signposted. Paths are good quality and you walk down to Moskva river and back up to top where the views are really good. Lots of apple orchards as well - there is a lot of history with this site which I’d be interested in. I’d suggest choosing a warm clear day to visit. Metro stations are nearby but will need short walk. I arrived at Kolomenskaya and left via Kashirskaya. This is where lot of locals go - is not a tourist trap but there are plenty of facilities. Much better!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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