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Things to Do

Passport presents: Moscow  in winter

What to do when the mercury is low and the snow is uninviting? Europe’s largest city has an endless supply of great indoor museums, galleries and attractions. Some are free; none is expensive. And if all these are not enough for you, there is a great selection of bookshops, too, with English language titles for all ages.

PASSPORT has the pleasure of offering you a loosely grouped pix-and-mix of a dozen of our favourites, with photos:


The Museum of the 20th century,
(Museum of the Revolution) –
Tverskaya (M Pushkinskaya)
The Mayakovksy Museum (M – Lubyanka)
Tolstoy’s House (M – Park Kultury)
Gorky's House (Pl. Nikitskiy Vorota)
Kuskovo House (M – Novogireevo)


The dining room/coffee lounge of the Hotel Metropol
The Hotel Hilton Leningradsky
The roof of GUM


St Basil’s Cathedral
Moscow Railway Museum (M – Rizhskaya)
Museum of Archaeology (M – Ploschad Revolutsii)
The Cold War Command Bunker (M – Taganskaya)
Stalin’s Bunker, (M –Ismailova)

Art Galleries

Moscow Arts and Media Museum (MAMM)
The New Tretyakov Museum (M - Oktyabaskaya)
The Garage Centre for Contemporary Arts
(M- Mendeleevskaya)


Gorky Park
Chistie Prudi
Red Square
Sad Ermitazh

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