Moscow City Museum
The Moscow City Museum is the only historical museum dedicated to high-rise buildings in Russia, and is located on the 56th floor of the Empire Business High-Rise. Through its panoramic windows, you can the capital's famous high-rise buildings, including Moscow State University, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Russian Academy of Sciences and, of course, the Ostankino Television Tower. But the view is not the only reason to visit. Here you can see some of the most ambitious but never realised architectural projects, look at old photos and discover the old names of districts and streets, and, of course, learn more about the construction of the Moscow City.
The main course is the virtual tour above Moscow. Put on your VR-glasses, and off we go. Of course, you will be guided by professional Moscow tour guides all the way through your flight, who will answer any questions you may have, even the most tricky.
A visit to the high-rise museum with your family is a great idea, especially given that admission is free to children under 6 years of age Children of 3 years are invited to participate in a riveting quest.
The museum hosts educational, cultural and entertainment events both for adults and kids.