Please be informed that the Diamond Fund, the Grand Kremlin Palace and Lenin's Mausoleum do not refer to the Moscow Kremlin Museums.
A Visit to the Diamond Fund exhibition
The exhibition of the Diamond Fund is situated on the territory of the Moscow Kremlin in the building of the Armoury Chamber and is under the control of Gokhan (the State Precious Metals and Gems Repository). The exhibition is open for visiting daily from 1000 to 1700 with exhibit sessions starting every 20 minutes and a break from 1300 to 1400. Thursday is the day off. Tickets can be purchased in ticket offices #4 and #5 situated in Alexander garden. Entrance to the Kremlin is through the Borovitskaya tower. Information: +7(495) 629-20-36.
A Visit to the Grand Kremlin Palace
The Grand Kremlin Palace is the residence of the President of the Russian Federation, which hosts official state events. Tours are provided in the time free from the activities mentioned above, on the basis of an application from an organisation, addressed to the Head of the Commandant’s service of the Federal Guard Service of the Russian Federation - Sergei Dmitrievich Khlebnikov. Applications are to be submitted at the address: 2, Staraya square, entrance 1A, Moscow, Russia.
The guided tours to the Grand Kremlin Palace for individuals not in groups are not provided.
Information on the lists of the recipients of the Order of St George in the Grand Kremlin Palace.
There are names lists of the recipients of the Order of St George in the George Hall of the Grand Kremlin Palace, including the data until 1875. Please address to the Russian State Military and Historical Archive to receive information about particular recipients. You can also find an edition 'The Military Order of the Holy Great-Martyr George, the Victory-Bearer', Moscow, 2004, 'The list of names of the Order of St George recipients 1769-1920' (available in Russian).
A Visit to the Lenin's Mausoleum
Lenin's Mausoleum is managed by the Commandant’s office of the Moscow Kremlin. Opening times: Tue, Wed, Thu, Sat from 1000 to 1300. Admission is free of charge.