State Museum-Estate Arkhangelskoe

This sprawling 18th Century countryside estate once belonged to the exceptionally rich Prince Yusupov and is one of the quietest stately parks within a reasonable distance of the city. The buildings themselves usually house historical and contemporary exhibitions from the local scene. In the winter it‘s a romantic setting for that quintessential Russian troika (sleigh) ride and there's also plenty of stall selling hot drinks. The formal gardens, which offer excellent views towards the surrounding countryside, are dotted with neo-classical sculptures, hidden summer pavilions, while the forested area leading to the small river is lovely for a lazy stroll. GETTING THERE: From metro Tushinskaya, Rizhskaya, Dmitrovskaya.

Admission park 50 - 150Rbl, museums 100 - 350Rbl, all inclusive ticket 500Rbl. 

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Park open Mon - Fri 10:00 - 21:00, Sat and Sun from 10:00 - 19:00. Museums and exhibitions open Wed - Fri 10:30 - 17:00, Sat, Sun and holidays10:30 - 18:00. Closed on Mon and Tue and last Wed of the month.


5 km Ilinskoe Shosse


(+7) 498 653 86 60


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