Pushkin Museum

Pushkin Museum (Prechistenka Ulitsa 12/2, Moscow) – this is the first museum in Moscow that is dedicated to the life and the creativity work of the famous Russian poet Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin. The museum complex was founded in 1957 on the territory of the former urban mansion belonged to the family Khruschev-Selezniov on the street Prechistenka 12/2.

After its reconstruction and restoration in 1997, it became a modern multifunctional cultural center with 300 visitors annually. In the halls of the main mansion building the exposition “Pushkin and his epoch” is situated. The collection of the museum numbers more than 165 thousands of museum items (including items from the scientific-subsidiary fund). Art works of world significance, for example, works of Tropinin, Kiprensky, Brullov, Petrov-Vodkin, Korovin and others of the 19 – 20th centuries are displayed there. Admission: RUB 300 (adult), RUB 150 (children). Hours: 10 am – 7 pm (daily).