The State Museum of Ceramics and Kuskovo Estate of the 18th Century

Duration: about 2 hours

Opening days: open daily, except Monday and Tuesday and the last Wednesday of the month, 10.00am-6.00pm

Tour Plan:

The 18th century Kuskovo estate is the former summer country house of the Sheremetev family. The history of the estate dates back to as far as 1715, when Peter I awarded the Kuskovo village to Boris Sheremetev, and for the next two centuries it remained to be Moscow’s finest example of the nobleman’s palace and park. 26-room Kuskovo wooden Palace was designed for entertaining guests in grand style. The rooms are lavishly decorated with silk-wallpaper, Flemish tapestry, frescos. The highlight is the ballroom with numerous mirrors and relief panels. The picturesque park was created in a formal regular French style with winding paths, tunnels of greenery. Within the park grounds there are a charming Italian Cottage, Grotto pavilion, Dutch and Swiss Cottages, old Greenhouse. Today the estate is the home of the Russian State Museum of Ceramics, and the park is a favorite place of recreation.

Guide-Translator for the excursion:

about 2 hours

Russia language: 5000 RUR
English, German, French: 5500 RUR
Italian, Spanish: 6000 RUR
Polish, Czech, Bulgarian: 6500 RUR
Chinese, Japanese, Serbo-Croatian, Hungarian, Romanian, Greek, Dutch, Portuguese, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish: 9500 RUR
Arabic, Turkish, Corean, Hebrew: 10500 RUR

Additional charges:

Entrance ticket:

Foreign tourists (children): 6100 rubles for the group of 10 people

Foreign tourists (adults): 6100 rubles for the group of 10 people

Russian tourists (children): 250 rubles

Russian tourists (adults): 350 rubles

Transport for excursion:

Economy class car

Business class car

VIP class car

Minibus (8 pax)
(Volkswagen Sharan, Crysler Voyager)

Minibus (20 pax)
(Mercedes Sprinter)

Bus (45-55 pax)
(Mercedes, Volvo, Neoplan)

The order of excursion on-line


The Kuskovo Estate, the Museum Kuskovo and Park


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