Best Museums and Sightseeing in Moscow
The area next to Kremlin is quite greet and great if you want to take out your rollerblades or skate into the urban garden environment.
Located 65 meters under the ground this secret bunker is now open for visitors.
This museum has all the artifacts of space exploration race: from astronauts’ suits to the bits and pieces left from various spacecrafts produced in the Soviet union and beyond.
This small church located on the Red Square is one of the most special ones in Moscow.
Museum of Industry
This museum of Industrial Culture has a great collection of Soviet artefacts, like old machines for gas water, old Soviet table games, all kinds of computers and other devices.
Red Square & Kremlin Area in Moscow, Russia
Both are the must as they are the postcards of the city, but really there’s no need to spend too much time there.
Tretyakov National Gallery
Has an amazing collection of Russian art, including a very extensive collection of icons done by Andrey Rublev (who is mostly known in the West from eponymous movie of Tarkovsky).
VDNKh (or ВНДХ) is situated in Ostankino suburb and presents itself as a former soviet Exhibition of Achievements of National Economy which includes a large complex of more than 50 buildings, amusement park, pavilions dedicated to economic sectors and former CIS countries, skating rink, museums, cafes and huge park area.