If you are an art lover go to the Russian Museum. Specious place, in a beautiful building. Hold a very interesting art collection of ancient and modern Russian art. Worth the visit!!!
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This museum houses a fabolous collection of different art, as well as a permanent exhibit of Russian art. Lots of beautiful paintings and historical artefacts which amaze you. Definetely a must see for anyone who is interested in Russian history. We met mostly russians inside...More
I wish many of the artists here were instead in the Hermitage so we could see how east-west influenced each other. It is organized by mostly a 1 artist per room basis, allowing a good look at many Russian artists who I did not know...More
The impressive palace alone is worth a visit. The museum is huge and really interesting. One should not try to see as much as possible, but focus on some point of interest, otherwise it can be overwhelming. I recommend the art of the XXth Century,...More
This museum contains an obviously extensive collection of Russian art and artefacts, worth visiting for the Rublev icons alone. The wooden toys at the very end of the museum are also interesting.
The museum's neoclassic architecture is spectacular. And, for me, as a dilettante of modern Russian art, the highlight was the contemporary and modern art in the Benois wing. There are QR codes you can scan throughout the museum but not in this section of the...More
For Rublev and Malevich !! Interesting place. Great collection of Malewicz and Rublow .. But ..... the staff must learn a lot! There is no place to sit when you're finished exploring, narrow passage in the locker room, toilets only on one side ... No...More
The Hermitage is superb, of course, but it contains mostly Western European art. Almost all the Russian art is here at the Russian Museum. Here you’ll see stuff you are less likely to see elsewhere.