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Tsarytsino Open-Air History and Architectural Museum

Dolskaya st., 1, Moscow 115569, Russia
+7 495 321-63-66
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Dolskaya st., 1, Moscow 115569, Russia
+7 495 321-63-66
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Reviewed yesterday

This estate will give you a good idea about the lifestyle and traditions of the Russian aristocracy from before the revolution . Nice parks and interesting rooms. The guide was knowledgeable and interesting.

Thank Emilian R
Reviewed 1 week ago

Every thing in Moscow is far from the other and this place is kind of far from the center. The place is worth it going, the castle of Catherine II is colorful and big, the environment is peaceful, with fountains, classical musical and can really...More

Thank SabrinaPilnik
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Lovely place with a lot of green - partly it is a park, partly - almost forest. Boat for rent A lot of ancient building of Ekaterina II epoch.

Thank ValerieAlex
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I visited part of the Castle, the collection inside it's not big but the outside park with a lake ,fountains speakers playing classic music was amazing. Raccomend if you stay in Moscow

Thank Marco N
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Tsaritsyno is a unique historical and architectural monument. It was originally planned by Catherine II. The style and beauty of the palace reflects the 18th century, it is essentially a modern palace made into a public space. There are many exhibitions inside: the history of...More

1  Thank msolyanik
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Fantastic place to go walkibg when there is a goid weather. Only takes few minutes in metro from city center.

Thank FamilyOf2PlusOne
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It's a really nice part with a beautiful architectural complex, which is worth seeing both outside and inside. Of course, it can't compete with the palaces of St. Petersburg, but is good enough for Moscow as the second capital of those times. The only disappointment...More

Thank Agnessi
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Among the oldest department stores in Europe GUM (grand department magazin) is a trip back in time. Everything is beautiful! The summer Gardens both inside and outside are just perfect and there is a famous ice cream parlour that people just love. All major luxury...More

Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed July 11, 2017

I was a little bummed that it was raining when we went to this amazing place, but it was still a great day. We took some long (and wet) walks and stopped into the museum to get warmed up. The architecture here is truly amazing,...More

Thank primerstar6
Reviewed July 11, 2017

Spent here half a day with my family. Lovely place, enjoyed by all of us - including 6-years-old boy - due to it's spaciousness and beauty, both architectural and natural. Envied the locals living nearby - they can use this impressive park with it's fountain,...More

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