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Premiere: new excursion "Three Capitals"

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The Moscow Museum-diorama "Tsar-Layout" presents a new interactive tour "Three capitals". Moscow, St. Petersburg and Kazan will appear before the audience on a scale of 1:87 and reveal their fascinating secrets…

Excursions with a professional are always more interesting and exciting than an independent inspection of the layout, as thousands of our viewers have already seen! It is simply unrealistic to go around the entire museum in a couple of hours and see all the scenes in one visit. And that is why thematic excursions have been developed, within the framework of which attention is focused on specific objects or historical facts. For example, there are excursions for foreigners who are just starting to get acquainted with Russia, and for schoolchildren, which complement the school curriculum. "Moscow in the palm of your hand" and "Four Kremlins", "My Black Sea" and "Hero Cities of the Great Patriotic War", "Ancient cities of Russia" and "Great Russian Princes"…

The novelty of September is the excursion "Three capitals". And a pleasant bonus will be the secrets of the museum, which can only be learned on the tour: how trains and cars move on the model, how many inhabitants live in the mini-universe, what houses, trees and rivers are made of, and where a real robot is hidden in the museum... And only on the excursion there is a unique opportunity to hold a locomotive, a bus, a freight car in your hands…

Groups of schoolchildren and students can book an individual excursion-taking into account the specifics of the group! At the same time, the museum can accept any number of groups, without restrictions. With children's groups, one accompanying adult is free of charge. The duration of the tour is from 1 to 2 hours. The cost of a group tour (up to 15 people) is 3000 rubles. You can sign up for a tour and get additional information by phone: +7 (925) 740-28-24.

 

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