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Top 7 Exquisite Museums of Moscow
April 28, 2019 16:17


For those who are thrilled with smelling the perfume of the XIX century, interested in the history of fashion and adore the art deco style, we have compiled a list of the most exquisite Moscow museums, where time seems to have stopped. Delight your inner esthete in Moscow!
Moscow Perfumery Museum
Make a fragrant time travel! Aroma is able to raise old memories, take you through time and space, inspire, enchant, and stir the imagination. Moscow Perfume Museum welcomes you to smell unique perfumes and feel a whole range of emotions.
Address: 36/2, Arbat Street.


Museum of Unique Dolls

More than 400 rare dolls have become exhibits of this small museum. They arrived here from all over the world, i.e. from Germany, Japan, England, and France. Wooden and wax, porcelain and plaster - each doll has its own history. In the museum you can also see clockwork exhibits and doll houses with real interiors and tiny household items, such as cupboards, umbrellas, mirrors, beds, etc.
Address 13, bldg 2, Pokrovka Street.



Art Deco Museum

The Art Deco style appeared at the beginning of the XX century, having incorporated the features of Art Nouveau and Neo-Classicism. The most noticeable trace was left by this trend in architecture, fashion, painting and sculpture. It is the graceful bronze and ivory sculptures that make up the bulk of the museum’s exposition.
Address: 2/4, bldg 4, Luzhnetskaya Embankment.



Fashion Museum

The actively developing museum has recently acquired a permanent location in the Gostiny Dvor. Prior to that, it existed as separate expositions and temporary exhibitions in various venues in Moscow. Here you can not only see the collections of modern and historical fashion clothes and accessories, but also visit significant events in the fashion world. As a rule, they are accompanied by fashion shows.
Address: 4, Ilyinka Street.

Tsitsin Botanical Garden
The Tsitsin Botanical Garden is a true kingdom of exotic plants, many of which are almost never found in their natural environment. People come here to admire the flowering of rare species, take a walk in the shade of green pergolas, and take beautiful pictures. In addition to that, here you can see art galleries, as well as the Stone Garden and the Japanese Garden with sakura blooming in spring.
Address: 4, Botanical Street.

Gemstone Museum
Amazingly beautiful gemstones and artifacts made of them are represented across the spectrum in the museum. The museum collection boasts more than 12 thousand exhibits. In addition to crystals, there are guests from space here. Minerals, facing and ornamental stones, meteorites, paleontological specimens and, of course, gems are the main pride of the museum. 
Address: 29, Narodnogo Opolchenia street.


Butterfly House "Butterflarium"

The Butterfly House at the ENEA has three halls. In the first one, you can look at art objects dedicated to the topic of butterflies. In the second, there is a greenhouse, where tropical insects from different continents fly freely. If you are lucky, you can see the process of the pupa transforming into a butterfly in the incubator. The third hall presents a unique private collection of insects.
Address: 119, bldg 519, Mira Avenue.

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The Tretyakov Gallery
Central House of Artist in Moscow
Andrei Rublev Museum of Old Russian Culture and Art
Moscow State History Museum
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Author: Vera Ivanova

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