In terms of equipment, the Lunarium gives top European research centres and museums a run for their money. It takes up two floors and comprises an Astronomy and Physics section and a Space Exploration Section. The exhibition boasts over eighty exhibits demonstrating various laws of physics and natural phenomena in a gamified and easy-to-understand way. Here, the manifestations of the laws of nature are sometimes loud and clear, other times entertaining, and still other times miraculous.
The interactive museum is a fairy-tale kaleidoscope of memorable experiments and discoveries – a feast for lively imaginations.
The dome of the Moscow Planetarium with a diameter of 25 metres is one of the largest in Europe. The Planetarium ranks among the 10 most visited science education and museum complexes in Moscow and has been repeatedly called the best sightseeing venue in the capital. Three thousand people come here daily to see the stars, and this figure reaches one million per year.
This is the only science education complex on the planet, which has a classic and an interactive museum, two observatories, an open astronomical platform, a 4D cinema and two star rooms.
Landscapes by Claude Lorrain
The only state specialised museum of ancient Russian culture
The tour will also discuss famous guests who have visited the house and Bakhrushin's love for ballet
A general biology exposition located in a former estate
The theatrical traditions of Eastern countries
The exhibition is curated by twenty celebrities in the most different areas.