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Добро пожаловать в Москву! In Moscow there is a lot to experience and do - Russia's capital offers art and active holidays, history and modernity, borscht and blini. We have collected some ideas for activities and things to do here for you.
Maurizio MassaroBy Maurizio Massaro

7 Activities in Moscow for every taste

Things to do in Moscow
Moscow Kremlin | Ulmon: CC-BY-NC-SA 2.0

Take a tour of the Kremlin

There are countless exhibits and attractions within the Kremlin that can easily occupy a full day: The Diamond Fund and the Armory showcase artifacts from the empire, while the fortified wall alone is already very interesting. A guided tour provides the necessary orientation and offers interesting facts and anecdotes that make visiting the Kremlin an unforgettable experience.
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GUM department store at Red Square | Pixabay

Walking through Red Square

Directly at the eastern border wall of the Kremlin is the ensemble of Red Square with the colorful St. Basil's Cathedral and the Lenin Mausoleum. A walk through the Red Square with a visit to its main attractions is a must for every Moscow visit!
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Saint Basil's Cathedral
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Boat trip on the Moskva River | Pixabay

Sailing through the city on the Moskva

Why not experience Moscow from the water? Various tourist companies offer river cruises and boat tours on the Moskva River, including guided tours, but also various options for a fine meal on board. From the river and the connected Wodootwodny Canal, you can see not only impressive bridges and other architectural highlights of Moscow but also the Gorky Park and the Kremlin!
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Sculptures in the Tretyakov Gallery | Pixabay

Spend a day at the museum

Especially as an activity for rainy days in Moscow, the classic museum visit is very suitable. While the Russian capital is well equipped in terms of art museums, such as the Tretyakov Gallery and the Pushkin Museum, there are also great attractions for technology enthusiasts like the Cosmonauts Museum!
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Ice skating on Red Square | Flickr: carlfbagge CC-BY 2.0

Experience pure action

Have you had enough of history, art and architecture? From trampoline jumping to escape rooms, ice skating to shooting with a Kalashnikov, Moscow offers a variety of opportunities for a fun vacation.
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Relax in Gorky Park

Sung by the Scorpions in Wind of Change, Gorky Park is a recreation area where you can relax by boating on one of the many small lakes, just take a break, or marvel at the prototype of the Soviet space shuttle Buran, which now houses a cinema.
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Take a trip to the cities of the Golden Ring

Northeast of Moscow there are 9 other cities from old Russia, which together with Moscow are known as the Golden Ring. A multi-day excursion to the cities of the Golden Ring is one of the most popular tourist activities in Russia and can be booked through various travel agencies.
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The best sights in Moscow

Important attractions from history and the present
Federation Towers | Wiki Commons: Dinozaurus CC BY-SA 4.0

Federation Complex

The Wostok Tower of the two skyscrapers in Moscow City is the second tallest building in Moscow with a height of 374 meters - a viewing platform is located in this building near the top.
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In the heart of Moscow lies the center of power in Russia: The Moscow Kremlin. Historically, it has been the seat of all ecclesiastical and secular power holders since the 15th century. The boundary wall of the castle along the Moskva River has 20 towers and, with its numerous palaces, churches, and museums, has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1990.
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Kremlin and Lenin Mausoleum in Red Square | Pixabay

Red Square

Like the Kremlin, the Red Square is also on this list and is probably the most important sight of Moscow next to the Kremlin. A visit to the Red Square and taking part in a guided tour can be ideally combined with a visit to the Kremlin, as both top attractions of Moscow are right next to each other.
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Audience area of the Bolshoi Theatre | Flickr: Andrey Filippov CC-BY 2.0

Bolshoi Theatre

Worth seeing: The former residence of an industrialist, which today exhibits art, as well as the associated gardens with fountains, sculptures and private sea access! In the otherwise postmodern Miami, the Villa Vizcaya Museum is an interesting attraction for everyone who is interested in classical-modern art and architecture in the style of the neo-Renaissance.
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Pavilion of the Rabbit Breeders | Wiki Commons: Aleksei CC BY-SA 2.0


The Exhibition of Achievements of the National Economy (formerly All-Russian Exhibition Center,abbrev. Russian VDNKh) was the place where the USSR exhibited its economic products in thematic pavilions. The huge area with about 100 artistically decorated pavilions is still a sightseeing attraction in Moscow today.
Paintings in the Tretyakov Gallery | Pixabay

Tretyakov Gallery

The most significant collection of Russian art, next to the St. Petersburg Hermitage, is located here in the Tretyakov Gallery. The range of exhibited works mainly covers great domestic painters.
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Guided tour through the Soviet bunker | Kate Brady CC BY-SA 2.0

Bunker GO-42

In the Bunker GO-42 has been the Cold War Museum since 2006. The existence of the atomic bunker was kept secret until 1995 - today, the object is considered one of the most exciting museums that can be visited in Moscow.
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Domes of St. Basil's Cathedral | Pixabay

St. Basil's Cathedral

The vibrant colors of the Orthodox Cathedral immediately catch the eye. Not only the nine domes of the individual churches within the complex are particularly spectacular, but also the interior design with floral murals. A variety of different guided tours are offered for the church building.
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Museum of Soviet Arcade Machines | Flickr: Horst Jens CC BY-SA 2.0

Museum of Soviet Arcade Machines

Historically interesting not only for gamers and rather a secret tip: The private museum displays arcade machines produced in the Soviet Union from the 1970s onwards, which were mostly electromechanically operated and enthralled in the local arcades. Lovingly curated, the collection of the small museum already includes over 40 such machines!
Kremlin in Izmailovo

Kremlin in Ismailovo

The other Kremlin is a leisure area in the northeast of Moscow, which was built until 2007 in the style of the 17th century. Here, there is a vodka and a fairy tale museum, craft markets, restaurants, and shops.
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Czartoryski Museum2 tickets & guided tours
Muzeum Etnograficzne1 tickets & guided tours
Kremlin Armoury0 tickets & guided tours
Lenin's Mausoleum0 tickets & guided tours
Gorky Park0 tickets & guided tours
Ostankino Tower0 tickets & guided tours
Maurizio Massaro
Written byMaurizio MassaroMaurizio is a cosmopolitan, a musician and comes around. In his role as a content manager at TicketLens, he is always striving to find new offers as well as writing about sights all over the world.
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