Nice place to visit, historical and beautiful. But be careful with scammers with pigeons, don'tlet them take picture of you.
It's an interesting place, though I didn't have a chance to get inside, maybe it's under reconstruction.
The large stone mausoleum of the Soviet leader is located in the Red Square. Well worth the visit. It is free but usually you will need to queue up. You are not allowed to take photos. Outside the mausoleum is the Garden of Heroes with the graves of Stalin and other famous Russian figures.
First things first, it's not creepy. Open 10 am -1 pm, Tuesday-Thursday and Saturday-Sunday. Entrance is free, but bags, cameras and phones must be checked for a fee. To make this a true freebie, go with a companion who can hold your gear and then switch off. The line moves briskly and the tag-team method won't eat up much extra time.
Lenins mausoleum is a must visit when in Moscow. Lenins persevered body still lays inside the mausoleum, but probably not for long. Come here early as lines get long and it closes everyday at 1pm! The visit is totally free and worth it to see one of the most important people in Russia's history.
This one is one of those places where you have to follow the rules. I was ignorant, and honestly didn't know that Lenin was under glass when I went in. There was a long line, so it was crowded, and when I said something as I rounded the corner and saw him, the guard got very upset with me. I didn't know that you weren't allowed to make a noise in there. Be aware.
This is something you have to go and see and it's free, except that you cannot take anything in and will pay them to hold your stuff. Lenin is in there but it looks almost surreal or something from Disney. You can't stop once you are in or the guard will comment. Quite an experience.
i want go in this place,..