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The Muzeon and the New Tretyakov Gallery

  • City : Moscow
  • Season : All seasons
  • Duration : 2 h

The New Tretyakov Gallery is located in a building right on the banks of the Moskva River in Moscow. It not only houses masterpieces of 20th century art, but it is also a respected center of contemporary art. It was integrated in 2013 with the Muzeon, a new territory hosting the Park of Statues where abandoned statues are deposited. The park and the refurbished bank of the Moskva have become a trendy walkway of Muscovites.

Hours of operation: Open from 10 am to 7:30 pm. Closed on Mondays.

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. Services of a French-speaking guide

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. Booking on request 2-3 weeks before the visit, at least 3 working days before the date of the visit and subject to availabilities

. Booking confirmation by the agency in under 2-3 working days

. Free for children under 7 years old

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