The whole complex of Tretyakov Gallery on Krymsky Val, along with Museion and Naberezhnaya have gone through an amazing overhaul and it's been a great joy to visit. The museum contains an impressive collection of Russian modern art, from 1910s onwards. Even though you're not a great fan of modern art, the display will give you something to think about. Different prices for Russian nationals and foreigners, that's a bit bother, but the difference is not that large. You'll pay an equivalent of 10 euros per standard ticket.
Outside it has Museion, an interesting collection of statues from many different parts of moscow and Russia and a great testament to this country's past. And then there's the reconstructed Naberezhnaya, which now has amazing open grounds with loads of places to sit and enjoy the views of Moskva river. Vernisaz, a place where painters can come and sell their works also got new premises. Beautiful complex, a shrine to art and a true testimony of one of Europe's traditional culture capitals.
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