Kuskovo Park and Museum

  Ul. Yunosty 2      (+7) 495 375 31 31     more than a year ago
Kuskovo park is one of the oldest country estates in Moscow. It was given to General Sheremetev by Peter the Great in 1715, but was left to fall into neglect before being plundered by Napoleon’s troops in 1812. Nowadays the estate has been restored to its former glory and is a good example of Russian 18th Century imperial architecture. Within the estate there’s a large pink cake of a palace looking onto a lake surrounded by many smaller pavilions (entrance to which you have to pay extra). One of the most interesting pavilions houses the ceramics museum. On the other side of the lake is a large wood popular with local cyclists and joggers.

GETTING THERE: From metro Ryazansky prospekt cross the main road and take bus no.133 or 208 till bus stop 'Muzey Kuzkovo'.


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No Credit cards
Facilities for disabled
Guarded parking


Ryazansky pr.


Park open 10:00 - 20:00 (Summer), 10:00 - 18:00 (Winter). Museums 10:00 - 16:00, Hermitage 10:00 - 18:00, Close Mon, Tue, last Wed of month. Check the website before your visit.

Price/Additional Info

Admission to the park 50Rbl. Museums 50 - 250Rbl. Complex ticket to all brances 350 - 700Rbl. Guided tours by prior arrangement.


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