<p>The cathedral, which became the symbol of Russia. 10 churches in one. It is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List</p>
The daily life of the Moscow boyars in the XVI-XVII century. Furniture, utensils, clothes and customs from Ivan the Terrible to the beginning of the reign of the Romanov dynasty
109012 Moscow, Red Square
‘Okhotny Ryad’, ‘Teatralnaya’, ‘Ploschad Revolyutsii’, ‘Kitay-Gorod’ metro stations
Tour centre: +7 (495) 692 37 31
7 September — 8 November:
open daily 11 a.m. – 18 p.m.
9 November — 31 December:
open daily 11 a.m. – 17 p.m.
Last admission: 45 minutes before closing
At temperatures below -15°С, the museum shortens opening hours.
To clarify closing hours of the museum call: +7 (495) 692-37-31
During the school holidays (autumn, winter and spring), the museum's opening hours are extended by 1 hour.
from May 15 to August 31— 1000 roubles
from September 1 to May 14 — 700 roubles
Entrance ticket with audioguide (English, French, Chinese, Spanish):
from May 15 to August 31— 1500 roubles
from September 1 to May 14 — 1200 roubles
Due to the restoration of the monument to Minin and Pozharsky, the entrance to the territory of the Pokrovsky Cathedral has been temporarily moved. Unfortunately, the new entrance from the Kremlin wall is not equipped with a ramp.
If you have any difficulties with walking up and down the stairs at the entrance to the territory of the Pokrovsky Cathedral, please contact the museum staff by phone:
+7 (495) 698-33-04.
We apologize for the temporary inconvenience.
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