Old Tretyakov Gallery is located in the merchant district of Moscow, Zamoskvorechye— the area beyond the Moskva River and opposite the Kremlin. It resembles a fairy tale house and once belonged to Paul Tretyakov, a collector, patron of artists and a great patriot of Moscow and Russia. The house was profoundly restored and updated in the 1980s and is now a major museum featuring a collection of Russian art that traces the development of Russian culture from the 11th to the 20th centuries. Artwork includes a collection of ancient icons from Byzantium, Kiev Russ, Moscow, Novgorod and Pskov. One of the most recognized museums, it is also home to the world-renowned “Holy Trinity” by Andrei Rublev as well as the famous 11th century painting, “Our Lady of Vladimir.” Additionally, the museum features portraits of Emperors, Tsars, national heroes, poetic landscapes and battle scenes, and historic canvases.

Price:

  • $85 per person starting from 2 guests

Operating days:

  • Daily except Monday

Tour includes:

  • 3 hours of guide service including pick up and drop off at the hotel
  • Entrance fees 
  • Subway tickets

Additional info:

  • Please indicate preferred pick up time and place
  • This tour is a private walking tour with the use of subway
  • Please dress in accordance with the weather conditions

Booking and cancellation policy:

  • We recommend to make the booking 7-15 days in advance during the peak season from May to September
  • Booking of the tour can be made not less than 3 days prior to the date of the tour
  • After the tour is booked the cancellation will incur a 30% cancellation fee of the total amount as the entrance tickets are non-refundable
  • There will be no refund for the cancellation of the tour made less than 48 hours prior to the booked tour
  • Change of the date of the tour can be done within 48 hours prior to the tour date with 30% penalty
  • All cancellations or change of dates can be done by phone or email