We have compiled a list of activities that you won’t have to touch your wallet or credit card for at all.
Free Museum Days
In 2017 the best museums of Moscow offer free admission on the following days:
Check the list of the museums here
Free Tour of Moscow
This walking tour is the best way to explore the historical part of the city. It lasts for two and a half hours and visits the Kremlin, Red Square, St. Basil’s Cathedral, Lenin’s Mausoleum and much more. And the organizers promise that this is no boring history lesson!
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The legendary mausoleum on Red Square in Moscow is the tomb of Vladimir Lenin, and is one of the masterpieces of the Soviet architecture. Learn more about this place in the heart of Moscow here.
All-Russian Exhibition Centre
The All-Russia Exhibition Centre, also known as the VDNKh, is a national trading centre, amusement park and giant museum. It is also one of the largest exhibition and recreation complexes in the world. The entrance is free! I have prepared a special interactive program to guide you at VDNKh.
“Sportivnaya” -The Museum of Subway
This small, cozy museum maintains the spirit of the subway, while describing and illustrating some of its hidden secrets. As it is not well publicized, it is often empty. A true hidden gem!
Individual visits are possible on Thursdays. Excursion are held by appointment: +7 (495) 622-73-09.
The Novodevichy Convert
Arguably the most famous monastery in Moscow, the Novodevichy Convent is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory
Moscow Conservatory is not only one of the finest higher music education institutions in Russia, it’s also a concert venue for world-class musicians and composers.
Don’t forget to check the program in advance to find out which concerts you can attend for free (if there is No red button, the concert is free) .
This year more that 1500 ice rinks operate in the city.Dozens of them are open with no entrance fee! Discover the best free ice rinks of Moscow.