At the Metropolitan Gate entrance to Red Square you see a beautiful red brick building with so much to see inside. The signage at the entry as well as in many of the exhibits was in English. Our entry plus an audio players was around $20. After that we pretty well had the exhibit halls to ourselves - each room on the first floor followed the historical development of Russia. They had very nicely displayed objects but even more special was each wall and ceiling beautifully decorated. The second floor was more modern displays - weapons, dress, home furnishing and paintings. There was an area with gold and other jewelry which was the only area we encountered any other visitors. We really enjoyed this site and the break from the masses of people in the Red Square area. #wintergetaway
Thanks to the inexplicable rain of the National Museum of Russia,
The weather is still very good as shown in Figure 1.
When walking, the wind is getting cold.
Immediately hide in the museum to adjust,
so-called to the end of the peace,
flower 250 rubles to take a closer look at this national museum,
should be rich and precious collection!
Tip: Exhibits are listed according to time, don't go backwards.
The content includes navigation, costumes, weapons, coins, tableware, etc.
A lot of different aspects tell the declining prosperity and decline of Lucia.
The National History Museum ( ), located on the north side of the Red Square, is a classic-style building with a red-walled white roof. It was built in 1872 and opened to the public in 1883. The exhibits and archives in the museum are rich and varied, covering not only the millennium history of Russia, but also the evolution of civilization in Northeast Asia and Europe from the Paleolithic era to the extent of the arsenal museum. There is no time to visit the Kremlin. Not to miss this place.
There are currently 40 exhibition halls, which collect and arrange various exhibits in chronological order. A total of about 4.5 million pieces of cultural relics and 68 million pages of literature are collected. It can be said to be a treasure house of Russian culture and art. The pavilion from the Stone Age to the 17th century is the center's pavilion. In February 2005, the pavilion of the "Tsarist Russia" was opened, showing many precious materials about Peter the Great. The National History Museum often holds exhibitions of various themes from time to time. If you want to see the history after the 20th century, you must go to the Museum of Modern History.
After a simple security check to enter the museum, you can go to the store on the ground floor of the coat off his coat. Then visit a total of 48 exhibition halls in the museum, chronologically arranged collection and exhibits — the selection of the museum, a total of more than 4.2 million cultural relics and literature 68 million. The collection of cultural relics not only have more than fifty years of Paleolithic goods but also reflect changes in Russia's modern history was an important exhibition. Eastern Europe and Asia through the early Middle Ages the hall, into the hall of ancient Russia. These exhibit a record of historical events calendar Russia: the Mongol invasion, and Switzerland ice station, the Battle of Kulikov, during the riots. War with armor, shields and so on.
As a standout amongst the most famous and socially arranged places in all of Russia, the State Historical Museum in Moscow is a scene that inhales the Russian soul into every one of it's guests. Established in 1872, the exhibition hall is situated between the celebrated around the world Red and Manege Squares of the city. The presentations in the scene go from inestimable works of art to relics from ancient clans that possessed Russia and number in the millions. The exhibition hall's attention on local and social history and articulation gives you a genuine vibe of the city and country, making the State Historic Museum a really Russian affair.