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Commissioned by Catherine the Great as an out of town palace in 1775, Tsaritsyno is the poor cousin of the Moscow estates and palaces. Early construction didn't meet with the Empress's approval and by 1795, after dismissing the main architect, the complex was already lying in ruins. Over the ensuing years it became a fashionable country estate and a particular favourite place for locals to enjoy picnics amongst the ruins. Since the 1980s the estate has been undergoing renovations and the gothic style palace at its heart is now looking brighter and more elaborately decorated than at possibly any other time during its history. The huge gardens, meadows and woods surrounding the palace are a tranquil and nature-filled retreat.


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Park open 06:00 - 24:00. Museums 10:00 - 18:00, Sat 10:00 - 20:00, Sun 10:00 - 19:00. Closed Mon.

Price/Additional Info

Free entrance to the park. Museums 80 - 350Rbl. Complex ticket 330 - 800Rbl.


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Hi Amir! You can buy tickets online on the website: You can also do this right in the museum, in ticket office.

Hi, I go to Moscow next August and Tsaritsyno complex is one of the places I want to visit, the question is...Where I can Buy the tickets for the complex...

I was here last week and the park was beautiful. So much snow. People did cross country skiing at the frozen lake. When it is getting too cold visit the orangerie and you are in Asia... they will open a cafe soon between Asian trees palms and bushes. The staff is doing a great job there by restoring the greenhouses built by Catherine the Great.
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