The Museum of Russian Impressionism opened in 2016 in the former Bolshevik chocolate factory. The museum’s cylindrical building, which looks like a spaceship, once served as a flour and sugar warehouse. The collection of the museum consists of more than seventy works of art by prominent Russian artists such as Konstantin Korovin, Igor Grabar, Konstantin Yuon, Petr Konchalovsky, and Yuri Pimenov, as well as selected works by Boris Kustodiev and Valentin Serov. Its sophisticated contemporary architecture includes over a thousand square meters of display space, a multi-media hall, an educational interactive center, a teaching studio, a cafe, and a book and souvenir shop. The building of the Museum is handicap-friendly.


Additional information

Number of persons1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Price for the private tour:

  • 1 person – $120  
  • group of 2 – $65 per person
  • group of 3 – $50 per person
  • group of 4 – $40 per person
  • group of 5 and more – $35 per person

Operating days:

  • Daily 

Tour includes:

  • 1 hour of private museum guide service 
  • Entrance fees 

Additional info:

  • The address of the museum: Leningradsky Avenue, h.15, b.11 Moscow, Russia 

Booking and cancellation policy:

  • We recommend booking 7-45 days in advance during the peak season from May to September
  • Booking of the tour can be made not less than 3 days prior to the date of the tour
  • After the tour is booked the cancellation will incur 20% cancellation fee 
  • There will be no refund for the cancellation of the tour made less than 48 hours prior to the booked tour
  • Change of the date of the tour can be done within 48 hours prior to the tour datе
  • All cancellations or change of dates can be done by phone or email


*Photo credit: Russian Impressionionism Museum