CALENDAR: ALL EVENTS - September 2018

  • 07.09.2018 - 13.01.2019

    BVLGARI. Tribute to Femininity. Magnificent Roman Jewels

    For the first time in Russia, the Moscow Kremlin Museums will hold a retrospective exhibition, presenting pieces of high jewellery art by world-known Italian Maison BVLGARI, which history dates back more than a hundred and thirty years. Over four hundred unique pieces of high-end jewellery from the BVLGARI Heritage Collection, as well as pieces from the private collections from around the globe, will be on display at two exhibition halls of the Kremlin museums — the Exhibition Hall of the Assumption Belfry and the Exhibition Hall of the Patriarch’s Palace.

  • 07.09.2018 - 05.11.2018

    The Moscow Kremlin—Symbol of Russia

    The exhibition at the State Historical and Architectural Museum and Heritage Site of Nizhny Novgorod is timed to the Moscow Days in Nizhny Novgorod. It will be a part of a grand culture festival that is to be held by the decision of the governments of Moscow City and Nizhny Novgorod Region.

  • 07.09.2018 - 13.01.2019

    The exhibition "BVLGARI. Tribute to Femininity. Magnificent Roman Jewels" will be held in the Moscow Kremlin Museums

    On 7th September, 2018 in the Moscow Kremlin Museums inaugurates the exhibition "BVLGARI. Tribute to Femininity. Magnificent Roman Jewels ". The retrospective will show the works of high jewelry art of the worldwide famous Italian maison BVLGARI which history dates back to more than one hundred and thirty years.

  • 12.09.2018 - 15.01.2019

    Map of Russia. Milestones in History.

    The V. K. Arseniev State Museum in Vladivostok hosts an exhibition presenting the collection of the Moscow Kremlin Museums, dedicated to the phenomenon of Russia as the largest state in the world, which has been preserving its status for more than three hundred years.

  • 21.09.2018 - 24.03.2019

    The Last Tsar: Blood and Revolution

    The Moscow Kremlin Museums participate in the international exhibition at the Science Museum in London, which marks 100 years since the imperial family was executed by shooting. The exhibition is intended to explore the role of medicine and science in the lives of the Russian Emperor and his relatives both during their lifetimes and after their tragic deaths—the investigation into the circumstances.