Central Museum of the Armed Forces
Covering the history of the Soviet and Russian military since 1917, this massive museum occupies 24 exhibit halls plus open-air...
Though this renowned Russian author is more closely associated with St Petersburg, Fyodor Dostoevsky was actually born in Moscow, where...
Viktor Vasnetsov was a Russian-revivalist painter, who drew inspiration from fairy tales and village mysticism. In 1894, he designed his...
Durov Animal Theatre
Dedushka Durov (Grandpa Durov) founded this zany theatre for kids as a humane alternative to the horrible treatment of animals he saw at...
Moscow’s long-standing favourite Georgian restaurant is named after a popular Soviet film (and a Tolstoy novella), Prisoner of the...
Renaissance Moscow Hotel, Olympiysky pr 18/1 · interesting places nearby
Dome Cinema information
This is one of Moscow’s first deluxe American-style theatres. These days films are shown in the original language – usually English – with dubs in Russian on the headphones.