On display in various incarnations of his mausoleum since 1924, this is where the waxy, bald and embalmed body of the founder of the Communist Party is. Visiting here is a no-nonsense event with guards posted at each corner to prod you forward should you halt at any stage during the viewing. Join the super-long queue at the entrance to Red Square nearest to the Alexandrovsky Garden. No bags. No cameras. They'll search your pockets to make sure you don't sneak anything. Leave bags in the storage lockers before going through the metal detectors, he may be dead but you can't mess with him.