Kolomenskoye-the residence of the Grand Dukes of Moscow and Russian tsars known since the XIV century. Its unique architectural ensemble is of great artistic and historical value.
The territory of the Museum is a valuable national landscape that has preserved the ancient natural relief with a unique flora. A significant part of the territory is occupied by extensive parks, picturesque ravines, high hills, the water surface of the Moscow river. It is a one-of-a-kind nature reserve with historical, architectural, archaeological and natural sites, located almost in the center of Moscow.
One of the largest Museum and exhibition institutions in Moscow and the largest Museum-reserve in the city. It includes Tsaritsyno Palace and Park ensemble with a complex of Palace buildings, Tsaritsyno ponds and landscape Park. The territory of the Museum-reserve since 1998 is part of a specially protected natural territory «Tsaritsyno»
The manor, owned by count Sheremetyevo, was intended for magnificent receptions, crowded theatrical festivals and celebrations; to this day there are more than 20 unique architectural monuments, as well as the only in Moscow French regular Park manor with marble sculptures, ponds and pavilions.
Palace and Park ensemble of the late XVIII-early XIX century, the estate of princes Yusupov. The estate is located on the banks of the meanders of the Moscow river in the Krasnogorsk district of Moscow region. Particularly valuable object of cultural heritage of the peoples of the Russian Federation.