A new route – ‘Kremlin Square: Historical Memoirs’ is a route at the New Kremlin Square, where grand-scale archaeological research was made. Two-meter open pits allow visitors see the remains of the Chudov Monastery (the Monastery of the Miracle) and the Small Nicholas’ Palace, demolished in 1920s.

Sessions start at 10001100, 12001300, 1400, 1500 and 1600.

There are twenty tickets per session.

Admission fee — 250 RUB.

Tickets for visitors under 16 are free of charge. ‘Free of charge’ tickets are provided on the day of the visit in accordance with a queue at the ticket office.

Tickets are available in the ticket office at Aleksandrovsky Sad (Alexander Garden) on the day of the visit from 930 to 1530; from 15 May to 30 September — from 900 to 1530. Day off - Thursday.

Accessibility and service for visitors with physical disabilities and health limitations at the Moscow Kremlin Museums.

Attention! The entrance ticket to the architectural ensemble of the Cathedral Square is different.


Items forbidden to be brought to the territory of the Moscow Kremlin are large-size baggage, ski, sledges, snowboards, scooters, hoverboards, bicycles etc., except for children's strollers and baby carriages. No entry with animals.


Left luggage facilities intended for the visitors of the Moscow Kremlin.

 
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