The museum-reserve Tsaritsyno is located in the south of Moscow and occupies more than 405 hectares. At the heart of Tsaritsyno is a palace of the late 18th century, built as a Catherine the Great suburb residence. In 1796 the construction was interrupted by Catherine's death. The palace remained abandoned for more than 200 years, most buildings were ruined. In 2005-2007 the palace and surrounding buildings were completed and restored and Tsaritsyno became one of the most beautiful and picturesque places in Moscow. The museum-reserve combines the main palace, a number of pavilions, a history and art museum, a music hall, a modern recreation center, as well as scenic parks with ponds, artificial grottos, decorative bridges, greenhouses, and an adjacent forest.

Duration: 2 hours.

Price: $30 per person.

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