Moscow

Kolomenskoe Museum Estate

  Pr. Andropova 39      (+7) 499 782 89 17     more than a year ago

Sprawling and green Kolomenskoye is a favourite with kids, mums and dads, old grandmothers and young hipsters alike. The gentle sloping hills covered with cherry trees in the warmer months, the abundance of seating and the wafting aroma of sizzling shaslik from afar put visitors in a cheerful mood. Remnants of this estate's past life as a Royal Estate can be identified in the scattering of different museums like the beekeeping house and the many churches. It's also UNESCO listed. Got Tsar fever? Take a troika ride. Just don't bring any beer bought from shops outside of the park or you could end up getting friendly with the police and making a deposit to their own beer fund.

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Amenities

No Credit cards
Child-friendly
Facilities for disabled

Metro

Kolomenskaya

Website

Open

Park open 08:00 - 21:00. Museums open 10:00 - 18:00. Closed Mon. April 1 - September 30 Park open 10:00 - 21:00. Museums open 10:00 - 18:00, Sat 11:00 - 19:00, Closed Mon.

Price/Additional Info

Admission to park is free. Admission to museums 50 - 400Rbl.

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09.09.2011
Louise

The official museum website is also in English.<br />Inside the palaces and museums there is unfortunately very little English description.<br />The Beekeeper's cottage is probably the most interesting building to go in (it also has a tasting area). <br /><br />The wooden palace is a modern reconstruction of Tsar Alexei's Palace. The interiors try to reflect the style of the late medieval period but are arguably not entirely historical accurate (although they are indeed very colourful) there are some imperial costumes there and old sketches of the area.<br />You do not need to reserve beforehand to visit.
30.08.2011
brenda

Is there information available in English?Do you need a reservation?What can be seen in the interior of the wooden palace?Thank you for your time.
26.03.2011
antonio plana

I think that Kolomenskoye is beautiful and very well cared.. My congratulations!
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