The access to the Kremlin territory is through the Kutafia Tower. The Borovitskaya Tower passage is closed.
For visiting the Museum you must have:
— a QR-code confirming the fact of vaccination against the new coronavirus infection or
Please, pay attention that personal protective equipment (masks or respirators) is necessary for visiting the Museum, including those under 18 years old.
The Moscow Kremlin Museums, in cooperation with the Cultural Centre of the Republic of Korea in the Russian Federation, have launched an audio guide in the Armoury Chamber. The startup was put into practice with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea in the frames of bilateral exchange between Korea and Russia in 2020-2021 and timed to the origin of diplomatic relations between the two countries on 30 September 1990. The audio guide in Korean will be of use to the citizens of Korea living in Russia and Korean tourists in exploring the collection of the Moscow Kremlin Museums.
The Moscow Kremlin Museums does not cooperate with any online ticketing platform. The tickets are available online at the museums' official website http://tickets.kreml.ru/en/ and at the official ticket office at the Alexandrovsky Sad (Alexander Garden). The Moscow Kremlin Museums do not guarantee you admission with tickets purchased at nonofficial websites.
The Moscow Kremlin Museums in collaboration with KAMIS Museum Systems Ltd. and Multimedia Solutions Lab Ltd., with the support of Gazprom Export LLC, have produced a multimedia application for mobile devices – "Moscow Kremlin Museums. Armoury Chamber". It provides the latest news about the events of the Kremlin Museums and full information on the Armoury Chamber, i.e. museum map with wayfinding features, audio guide, information about its halls and exhibits, games and quests.
The number of daily visitors to the Armoury Chamber is limited due to the capacity of the museum. Admission to the architectural complex of the Cathedral Square for tourist groups is also regulated acc to the schedule. The Museums do not guarantee admission for the visitors late for the session.
- PATRIARCH'S PALACE AND THE TWELVE APOSTLES' CHURCHOne of the best monuments of Moscow civil architecture of the mid-17th century. Nowadays, the Cross Chamber, the Front Anteroom, the refectory and the Twelve Apostles' Church house the exposition exploring the history and peculiarities of Russian culture through the 17th century.
- MUSEUM OF HISTORY OF THE KREMLIN ARCHITECTURAL ENSEMBLE IN THE 'IVAN THE GREAT' BELL TOWER"He who has never climbed to the top of Ivan the Great, who has never had an opportunity to take in the whole of the ancient capital at one glance from end to end, who has never admired that majestic panorama, stretching almost beyond that range of vision, knows absolutely nothing about MoscowвЂ¦" Mikhail Lermontov
- 'TREASURES AND ANTIQUITIES OF THE MOSCOW KREMLIN' EXPOSITIONThe exposition arranged in the basement of the cathedral comprises monuments and artefacts found during archeological excavations and scientific researches on the Moscow Kremlin territory as well as those related to the history of the development of the Russian Tsars' treasure houses or derived from the collections and treasures of Russian noble people, high ranking officials and ancient monasteries.
- 'THE ASCENSION CONVENT IN THE MOSCOW KREMLIN' EXPOSITIONThe exposition in the South annex of the Archangel Cathedral is devoted to one of the most ancient monasteries of Moscow - the Ascension Convent, highly esteemed in Russia, founded by Grand Princess Eudokia, the wife of Grand Prince Dmitry Donskoy.
- EXPOSITION OF RUSSIAN WOODEN SCULPTURE AND CARVINGSExposition in the northern cloister of the church displays the collection of Russian wooden sculpture and carvings of the Moscow Kremlin Museums. Monumental iconic sculptures, carved icons, small crosses and folding icons give an idea of the development of church art in the 15th-19th centuries. The basis of the collection is pieces of art historically related to the Kremlin, its churches and monasteries. Most of them date back to the 17th century, the prosperity of the Armoury Chamber, which had become the biggest art centre of Russia by that time. The display presents works of different types made in such cultural centres as Moscow, Novgorod, Rostov Velikiy and the monasteries of the Russian North.