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Lenin’s Mausoleum was created after Russians flocked to see Vladimir Lenin’s body on display after his death in 1924 and it became clear that it would be a site of pilgrimage for his followers. Today the tomb is still a popular site for visitors to Moscow, with many city tours making it a stop on their itinerary. It’s a somber memorial, and guests are asked to leave phones and cameras outside during their visit as a mark of respect.
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Tour to The Lenin Mausoleum in Moscow Russia

Lenin's Mausoleum also known as Lenin's Tomb, situated in Red Square in the center of Moscow, is a mausoleum that currently serves as the resting place of Vladimir Lenin. His preserved body has been on public display there since shortly after his death in 1924, with rare exceptions in wartime. Aleksey Shchusev's diminutive but monumental granite structure incorporates some elements from ancient mausoleums, such as the Step Pyramid,the Tomb of Cyrus the Great and, to some degree, Temple of the Inscriptions.
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Socialist October Revolution: Myths and Reality

This special tour is dedicated to the revolution which not only changed Russia, but the world. Your first stop is the Red Square. Its name is derived from the word krasnyi (red), which meant beautiful in Old Russian. But last 100 years the entire world associated the Red Square with the Red Revolution and with the Communist Party.Next we will take you to the Historical park “Russia – My History”. Multimedia exposition “Russia – my history” occupies the area of 22 000 square meters and are devoted to 1000-year period of the Rurik and Romanov dynasties reign and also "The XX century. From Great Upheaval to a Great Victory. 1917-1945. Then we will drive you (~1,5 hours) to the State Museum-Reserve "Gorky Leninskiye" were Vladimir Lenin spent the very last days. The estate was officially turned into a museum in 1938, and was a place of pilgrimage for Soviet citizens right up until the fall of the Soviet Union.After that we will bring you to the hotel.
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General Information

Opening Hours:

The mausoleum is open on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 10 am to 1 pm. There may be additional closures for public holidays, and every 18 months the mausoleum is closed for 30 days so that the body and clothing of Lenin can be maintained.


Admission to the mausoleum is free of charge.


Lenin’s Mausoleum
Red Square
Russia, 109012

How to get there:

Lenin’s mausoleum is in Red Square, next to the Kremlin wall. Red Square can be reached via metro to Okhotny Ryad (line 1/red line), Teatralnaya (line 2/green line), Ploschad Revolyutsii (line 3/blue line), and Kitay-Gorod (line 6/orange line and line 7/purple line). Each station is also served by a number of buses and trolleybuses.
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