The Tretyakov Gallery is the world’s largest collection of the works of Russian artists and a well-known Moscow museum. It is worth spending the whole day there, as the museum includes icons, classical paintings, graphics and sculptures, as well as modern art.
During our 3-hour tour, you can admire great masterpieces and also get to know the rich history of Russian fine art. The gallery was founded in 1856 by a wealthy merchant and a famous patron of the arts Pavel Tretyakov, who had been collecting unique artworks and supporting Russian artists for many years. The works of such outstanding painters as Ilya Repin, Valentin Serov, Viktor Vasnetsov, Ivan Shishkin and Mikhail Vrubel are prominent in the main building of the gallery.
It is the best way to experience the unique Russian spirit while looking at such magnificent masterpieces as Surikov’s “Boyarina Morozova” or Vasnetsov’s “Bogatyrs”.
Combine the visit to the gallery with a stroll through Zamoskvorechye (“behind the Moscow river”) district located on the southern shore of the Moscow River. Follow a guide through its ancient streets and admire the diverse architectural styles for which this corner of Moscow is famous.
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|* Tour Guide
* Entry tickets
|* Pick-up €10
* Drop-off €10
|* Daily (except Mondays)||3 hours|
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