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Kolomenskoye Historical and Architectural Museum and Reserve

Andropova Ave., 39, Moscow 154387, Russia
+7 499 615-27-68
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This former village and archaeological site housed summer residences of the grand dukes of Moscow, and later of the tsars, and is now a museum and reserve.
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“beautiful park” (28 reviews)
“wooden palace” (18 reviews)
“moscow river” (34 reviews)
Andropova Ave., 39, Moscow 154387, Russia
+7 499 615-27-68
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited on a hot day, it is such a relaxing place with lots of history. We went with a Guide who told us about Ivan the Terrible living in the cabin and various other interesting points. The view across the city was good, we...More

Thank Linda7491
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Plan on spending at least half a day here, there are plenty of breathtaking vies and places to visit on the premises.

Thank Конс Ш
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

this is very big attraction so you should expect to spend here up to 3 hours. Wonderful churches with hidden cemetery and orchard, palace, park.. make your route in advance, see the map more carefully.

Thank Nena M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I went there based on a recommendation by a Russian colleague. Nice atmosphere, beautiful park, historic architecture, not so crowded. You can even go down to the Moskva river.

Thank FrankT424
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A half-hour by metro from Red Square, Kolomenskoye is a relief from the crowds on a Sunday. There are some beautiful churches to visit, and in September, the orchards are filled with apples that locals pick up or shake from the trees. It was a...More

Thank Guillaume R
Reviewed 14 September 2017

In the middel of a Moscow that tourists do no see, there is this beautiful place. A place of rest for moscow people, but where you can find a church dating to the XVI century... UNESCO World heritage site, take yous metro and go for...More

1  Thank GfromPisa2014
Reviewed 13 September 2017

Its is a very nice place to walk around at night, bot I haven't been there during the daylight yet. Maybe will go some day.

Thank aaguiam
Reviewed 11 September 2017

I spend a week in Moscow and already went to most places. This place is waste of time. No instruction in English. I am trying to figure out by the map near entrance and the sign. It is not working. Very confused and it is...More

Thank lediama
Reviewed 6 September 2017

So much to see, plan on spending most of the day here if you want to see everything. Make sure to visit the wooden palace. Complex ticket system as each attraction has its own ticket - look out for the ticket kiosks.

Thank JuliaD_UK
Reviewed 5 September 2017

it's a wonderful big park in Moscow, easily reachable from the Metro "Kolomenskoe", with old churches and old Middle Age Russian structures/buildings made of wood. Plus you can have a long nice and quiet riverwalk .

Thank Valiushka V
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