30 interesting sights of Pushkino in the Moscow region


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Church of the Savior of the Miraculous Image

Built in neo-Russian style (with a touch of modernity) in honor of the 300th anniversary of the Romanovs by architect V.I. Motylev drawing S.I. Vashkova (1879-1914), a student of Vasnetsov, in the 1913-1916s. It is the first reinforced concrete church in Russia.

Coordinates: N055 58.619, E037 50.258

Rating: 40.21

War memorials and monuments of the city

World War II Memorial(coordinates are given)
Opened in May 2015. The main element is the restored T-34-76 tank of the 1941 model, which participated in the hostilities.
Address: Pushkino, Akulovskoye Shosse, at the intersection with Zavodskaya Str.

Monument to the internationalist warrior(56.009228,37.846737)
1998 is made of granite with a carved church in the center with a bell, two guns, surnames and countries of service of soldiers are located on the edges.
Address: Pushkino, st. Krylova, 1

Monument to the residents of the Second World War who died in WWII. Pravdinsky (56.060421,37.867826)
1967, Granite boards with the names of the deceased and a stone soldier standing on a stella of stone.
Address: Pushkino, p. Pravdinsky, Okhotnichya street

Monument to those killed in World War II (55.992607,37.867387)
Granite boards with the names of the dead and a stone soldier crouched on one knee made of stone.
Address: Pushkino, Yaroslavl highway, 66

Coordinates: N056 0.679, E037 49.292

Rating: 16.77

The ensemble of churches of the Icon of the Mother of God of Bogolyubskaya and Nicholas the Wonderworker

Church of the Icon of the Mother of God Bogolyubskaya-1874, Orthodox, acting
Church of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker at the Church of the Icon of the Mother of God Bogolyubskaya-2007, Orthodox, active

Coordinates: N056 0.279, E037 50.053

Rating: 14.74

Monument to Gregory Cannon

The monument was unveiled on September 3, 2010. Sculptor Igor Gorbaty. On the monument is written: "Grigory Alexandrovich Pushka (Morhinin). Founder of the village of Pushkino in 1499. Ancestor and ancestor of the family tree of the great Russian poet A. Pushkin."

Coordinates: N056 0.754, E037 52.325

Rating: 14.51

Museum of Local Lore

Tells the history of the region from the 13th century. to our time.

Work mode: Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat from 10 to 18, Thu from 12 to 20, Sun, Mon - days off

Coordinates: N056 0.409, E037 51.364

Rating: 13.15

The ensemble of churches of Alexander Nevsky and Seretnskaya

Church of Alexander Nevsky-2001, Orthodox, acting
Church of the Presentation of the Lord-1922, wooden, one-domed Orthodox, acting

Coordinates: N056 1.290, E037 52.337

Rating: 10.88

Church of the Annunciation

Built in 1815 in the style of late classicism. The church was erected on the site of an older temple from the foundation stones of the unfinished travel palace of Ekatertna II.

Coordinates: N056 3.192, E037 53.012

Rating: 6.68

Cottage Museum of V. Mayakovsky

In the years 1928-1930. the poet rented a summer cottage in Pushkino on Shark Mountain - hills near the foundation pit, literary evenings took place. Since 1969, the poet's museum was opened here. Art festivals are organized annually in the summer cottage museum.

Work mode: daily from 12:00 to 18:00. Monday is a day off.

Coordinates: N056 0.653, E037 48.871

Manor Sofrino

In the XVII century in the village of Sofrino was founded the estate, which originally belonged to the king. In the XVIII century, the estate began to come into the personal possession of the empress. Noble people regularly stopped here, and therefore all buildings were maintained in good condition.

The estate has a Smolensk church, in which the remains of Countess Yaguzhinsky are buried and this attracts crowds of tourists.

Manor Tsarevo

Estate "Tsarevo" is located in the village of the same name. It was founded by Count N.I. Sheremetyev in the 17th century. Over the long period of its existence, the estate has changed its owners more than once. Most of the buildings on the estate were not preserved. Only St. Nicholas Church survived completely.

Now this church is recognized as an architectural monument of the XIX century. Here, here and there, elements of murals have been preserved, and not far from the temple there is a graveyard with ancient tombstones.

Manor Eldigino

Since 1662, the village belonged to the princes Kurakin. In 1694, the territory began to belong to Boris Kurakin, who began to improve the territory. He set up a magnificent garden with beautiful ponds. After his death, the son, following the will of his father, exchanged the old wooden church for a new stone building. It happened in 1735.

The main manor house was built of wood and stood in the center of the park. It stood until 2005, until it burned out in a fire. Only a delightful park survived.

Serebryanka River

Serebryanka is the left tributary of the Uchi River with a length of 11 km. It flows in the city. At the beginning of the 20th century, a dam was erected on the river. This was handled by the management of the Hammer and Sickle factory, which until now is located in the same place.

To connect different areas of the city, there are convenient bridges on the river. There is a boat station on Serebryanka, and every season there are youth rowing competitions.

Sports Palace "Pushkino"

In 2007, a new sports palace was opened in the city. Its area is more than 7,000 m2, which successfully housed two large modern swimming pools and platforms for practicing various sports. The largest hall can accommodate more than 800 guests at a time.

During the construction of the building, a time capsule with a letter was laid in the foundation, which will be opened by the descendants exactly 100 years later. Professional trainers work here.

Memorial complex "Memory"

There is a memorial ensemble “Memory” in the city dedicated to soldiers who fell during the Second World War. The ensemble consists of several objects. In the center is the Eternal Flame and the figure of a grieving mother.

Columns rise around the monument, on which are written the names of all the inhabitants of the city who died at the hands of the fascists. Not far from the memorial there is a system of fountains that shine in different colors at night.

Monument A.S. Pushkin and I.A. Krylov

In one of the most visited corners of the city in 2004, a monument was erected to two great people - Pushkin and Krylov. The statue is cast in bronze and mounted on a small elevation.

Krylov and Pushkin settled down on a bench, and talk about something. Near the sculpture, residents and visitors alike love taking pictures. Near the monument housed a large number of attractions.

Chapel of Elijah the Prophet in Klyazma

The chapel of Elijah the Prophet is one of the most beautiful buildings in the city. It is located between two churches - Spassky and Grebnevsky. The wooden building has a hipped roof covered with iron. The chapel was founded in 2005. The area around the chapel is landscaped. Near the main entrance to the chapel is a bell that once rang at the Grebnevsky church and survived after the fire.

Church of the Grebnevskaya Icon of the Mother of God in Klyazma

We built this one of the most significant churches of the Moscow Region in 1902. They built it with funds raised by the residents of the village of Klyazma. In 1939, this church was closed and partially destroyed. In 1992, the church was returned to the Russian Orthodox Church, and its restoration began, which lasted a long 10 years. In October 2007, a fire broke out and the church building completely burned down. A new brick temple was built on the site of the burned one - an exact copy of the burned church.

Manor Talitsy

3 km from the station. Sofrino is the estate of Talitsa. It was founded in the 19th century. On the territory of the estate rebuilt the manor house, premises for household needs and a forge. In addition, a delightful park with a pond was laid out. From 1914 until 1985, the manor house was occupied by a village school, and then a museum of village history was opened here.

Water tower

Near the railway station there is a monument of the early twentieth century - the Old Water Tower. This 20-meter beauty was built in 1903 in order to supply water to steam locomotives arriving at the station. Over time, the need for this has disappeared. Now the tower is a rather noticeable landmark of the city, as it is painted in a bright turquoise color, and due to its height it can be seen from any corner of the city.

Manor of Malce Brodovo

In the suburb of Pushkino, in the small village of "Forest Glades" there is an old estate "Malce-Brodovo." It was founded in the XVIII century by the landowner N.P. Saltykov. The estate is located on the banks of the Klyazma River, surrounded by forests. Since the XIX century, the estate began to belong to the family of the merchant Fomichev. Since 1918 V.I. Lenin has regularly come here. From 1967 to 1990, a museum worked in his honor in the house. Currently, the building is abandoned.

Akulova Gora

Akulova Gora is a small hill on which there was a summer cottage regularly rented by the great poet - V.V. Mayakovsky. On the "Shark Mount" literary gatherings were constantly arranged. In 1969, the museum of the poet was created here. However, in 1997 there was a severe fire, and the building was completely destroyed. Now, in memory of the poet, a monument has been erected on Shark Mountain, and excursions are organized here.

Museum-estate of Stanislavsky "Lyubimovka"

The estate "Lyubimovka" appeared at the end of the XIX century. The future teacher and director K. S. Alekseev (Stanislavsky) grew up on this estate. During its existence, the estate was visited by many famous personalities. A.P. Chekhov even lived here for some time with his wife. In 1997, the entire territory of Lyubimovka was transferred to the Konstantin S. Stanislavsky Charity Fund.

St. Nicholas Church

The first wooden church existed from the end of the 16th century until 1692, until it was replaced by a stone structure. At the very beginning of the formation of Soviet power, the church was closed, and all good was plundered. In 1947, the building was returned to the Russian Orthodox Church. The church was restored and services began to take place there again.

Pushkin Museum of Local Lore

The museum was founded in 1962. The first exhibits were things, paintings and household items that were collected for a very long time by local historians. In 1981, the “permanent residence” of the museum was a large wooden house built in 1910, which is now a monument of wooden architecture. Now the museum has more than 3,000 exhibits telling about the nature of the region, the formation of the city and famous personalities.

Museum-Reserve “Muranovo Estate named after F.I. Tyutchev

At the beginning of the 19th century, the Muranovo estate began to exist in the city. This family estate of the Tyutchevs, however, before it belonged to the families of the Boratynsky and Putyatovs. The main house of the estate was built by the famous poet Baratynsky. In addition to the main house, he built a mill and planted a forest. Many famous personalities visited Muranovo. At the beginning of the twentieth century, the Tyutchev Museum was opened here.

Manor Tishkovo

One of the objects of cultural and historical heritage is the Tishkovo estate. It is located in a village that bears the same name. At the very beginning of the XIX century, a large estate and a church appeared in the village, which was visited by residents of the surrounding villages. To this day, only a linden park "survived" from the estate. In 1995, the church was restored. According to legend, in the XVI century the village belonged to the jester of Empress Catherine II, who had the name Tishka.

Underground Cave Church of Dmitry Solunsky

In 2007, 4 small cells were discovered in the caves, which were intended for the solitude of monks during prayers. A little later they discovered a more spacious cell for holding joint prayers. All cells were restored and in 2010 they built a small church in honor of Dimitry of Solunsky. The temple is operational, and on Saturdays there are liturgies.

Church of Filaret

This church was opened at the very end of the twentieth century. She is in the courtyard of the Church of the Icon of the Mother of God "Unexpected Joy." The temple was erected for church services, while the construction of the main cathedral was ongoing. The building is completed by the head with a cross. There are no other elements of decor on the building. The church is still holding services.

Cottage Strukov

The cottage was built in 1877, the merchant of the second guild N.I. Strukov. It is located near the railway in the forest zone. Almost every year Konstantin Paustovsky was here. During the Second World War, the building housed a comprehensive school, and since the 50s - an evening school. Due to the fact that the museum was located in the building, it was possible to convey to our days not only the exterior, but also the interior decoration. In the building, even the home stage was preserved, on which the hosts played theatrical performances.

Museum of carpentry tools

The city has a museum of carpentry tools. The exhibits of the collection are divided into various branches of the carpentry. Here are presented not only the working tools of Russia, but also Germany, France, the USA and other countries. Another distinctive feature of the museum is that here you can try yourself as a carpenter or a joiner.

Sretensky church

At the end of the 19th century, a temple was erected in the city, which received the name “Church of the Presentation of the Lord”. In 1922, the temple was moved to another district of the city - "New Village", where it underwent a small restructuring. The church functioned even during the years of Soviet Power. Sretensky church is popular because it served for a long time one of the most famous Christian preachers - Alexander Men.

Pushkin Picture Gallery Art Likor

This room is intended for an exhibition of artwork. It was opened in 2010, and the initiator was the photographer A. Ivanov. A club functioned in the city, which was attended by photography enthusiasts, but the club did not have enough space to display their work. Then A. Ivanov rented a basement and began to organize a variety of exhibitions.

What sights of Pushkino to see in the city in one day

In order to visit more interesting places in a single day in parts of the Moscow Region, it is better to visit the local history museum first.
Pushkino aerial view

After that, it is worth seeing the Serebryanka River, with its bridges and boat station. Then we go to the forest seed museum, and then to the ecological and ethnographic center.

We must not forget about the water tower. After which we leave for the inspection of the memorial complex to the soldiers who died in the Second World War. Then to the church of St. Nicholas, which seems weightless and light.

To spend time in a relaxed atmosphere you should visit the estate of Fedor Tyutchev. And you can finish the tour on the "Shark Mountain".

Grand Catherine Palace

  • Address: st. Sadovaya, 7. Stop transport "Catherine's Palace."

The diamond in the necklace of Pushkin's unique sights, photos and descriptions of which are contained in the article, is the Great Catherine Palace. An architectural miracle created a galaxy of outstanding architects. The first version of the royal residence was built according to the IF project. Braunstein. In the middle of the XVIII century. I. Chevakinsky, M. Zemtsov, D. Trezzini worked on the expansion of the palace. He gained his present look in 1756, thanks to the efforts of B. Rastrelli.

In splendor, the baroque architectural complex is in no way inferior to the famous Versailles. The interiors of the residence of the Russian emperors are delightful. Only the gilding of luxurious halls, cabinets, boudoirs, enfilade, elegant stucco molding took more than 100 kg of precious metal. During the Second World War, the palace received numerous injuries. The damage was so serious that work on the reconstruction of the surroundings of some rooms continues to this day. Today in the Catherine’s Big Palace the expositions of the Tsarskoye Selo GMZ are located.

Saint Sophia Cathedral

  • Schedule: daily, from 8:00 to 18:00.
  • Ticket price:
  • Phone: +7 812 465-30-19.
  • Website:
  • Address: Sofiyskaya Square, 1. Bus stop “Gusarskaya Street”.

A delightful example of architectural classicism adorns this suburb of St. Petersburg since 1788. The Cathedral is better known as St. Sophia Cathedral, although it was consecrated in honor of the Resurrection of the Lord. This conflict has an explanation. The model for the architects who designed the building was Sofia, Constantinople. This choice was not made by chance. Catherine the Great wanted to build not just a temple, but also a monument in honor of the valor of Russian weapons, which ensured the empire's rule on the northern coast of the Black and Azov Seas. The Queen’s plan was realized by architects I. Starov and C. Cameron. The military cathedral of the Cuirassier Life Guards of the Imperial Regiment is impeccable. The temple is decorated with porticoes supported by Doric columns. Already in modern times, mosaics and enamels appeared in elegant niches of the facade, and bronze statues of Igor Chernigovsky and Alexander Nevsky appeared in front of the church entrance. The interiors of the cathedral are concise and solemn. Here you can admire the magnificent black granite columns, carved iconostasis. Under the canopy of the temple, 12 revered Orthodox icons are kept.

Alexander Palace

  • Address: st. Palace, 2. Stop of transport "Street Palace".

In order to understand what a truly royal gift should be, you just need to come to Pushkin and see the Alexander Palace. The magnificent building, the construction of which lasted about four years, and ended in the spring of 1796, became a splendid present for Catherine the Great to marry her beloved grandson - the future autocrat Alexander I.

The creation of the great D. Kvarnegi strikes the imagination of all guests of the Leningrad region. The proportions of the palace are perfect, the decor is impeccable. A half-tonond of the central portal, covered with an elegant sphere of a dome and slender rows of Corinthian columns, give the building a solemnly graceful look. Maybe that's why the very romantic emperor martyr Nicholas II made the palace his residence. Decades of misuse after the October Revolution and during the Second World War, when parts of the Wehrmacht were lodged in the building, did not pass without a trace. If the damage to the facade was repaired quite quickly, then the reconstruction of the interiors of Alexandrovsky continues to this day. The completion of restoration work is scheduled for 2020.

Alexandrovsky park

  • Bus stop "Palace Street".

It may seem to travelers who have seen Peterhof that creating even a semblance of this splendor is impossible. However, wandering around the Alexander Park, it is easy to verify the opposite. Here, of course, there is no enchanting constellation of fountains, but the stunning architectural and landscape composition created around the palace can enthrall the most demanding tourist. Recreation is divided into two parts. The new garden is modeled on elite European parks of the 18th century. It is divided by lines of trimmed shrubs and trees into zones with perfect geometry. The garden is decorated with Dragons, Chinese and Cross bridges, curtain walls, graceful arches of the Great and Small Whims. There is a Chinese village and even its own Parnassus. The landscape park is famous for its impressive natural compositions and colorful pavilions.

Tsarskoye Selo Railway Station

  • Address: Railway Station Square, 1. Station "Transport" stop.

One of the symbols of modern Pushkin is considered the building of the railway station. It was built already in the post-war period, instead of the building, known from the pre-revolutionary photos of the imperial family and destroyed in the first years of the Second World War. Soviet architects tried not to violate the architectural concept of Tsarskoye Selo with their creation. The station pavilions have strict classical forms, an elegant arcade leads to the platforms. The facade of the building is decorated with columns, medallions with high reliefs of V. Zhukovsky, N. Karamzin, R. Derzhavin, P. Chaadayev, V. Kyukhelbeker, A. Delvig. The interior of the pavilions is very impressive. The arches of the waiting room are supported by a two-row colonnade leading to a niche with a bronze monument to A.S. Pushkin. The bas-reliefs with the profile image of the great poet are placed on the tympans of the end walls. The composition is complemented by elegant panels, wrought iron chandeliers with matte shades of blue and white glass.

Pavilions of Alexander Park

  • Address: Alexander Park. Bus stop "Dvortsovaya Street".

The true decoration of the Alexander Park is the amazing creations of architects who served at different times at the court of the Russian emperors. The White Tower, for example, was erected in the first third of the 19th century. A. Menelas for the offspring of Nicholas I. The knight's castle in miniature is decorated with sculptures of knights. The terrace of the citadel is guarded by cast-iron lions.

Another masterpiece of A. Menelas with full justification claims the title of the most original building of the Alexander Park. At first glance, it seems that this is a very ancient Gothic chapel, partially turned into ruins. However, this is not so. The ingenious architect originally built Chapelle with one dilapidated portal. So the construction of 1820 and turned into an "ancient" artifact.

The creator of another park citadel is architect S. Danini. It was he who worked at the end of the XIX century. above the decor of the building, built in 1834, giving the building its current look. The building has all the attributes of a knight's fortress: high towers with battlements, thick walls, loopholes. The collection of weapons and armor, once housed in the Arsenal hall, is now on display at the Hermitage. Three years ago, part of the collection handed over by Alexander III to the imperial museum was returned to the castle. Now they can be seen during a tour of the Arsenal.

The architectural ensemble of the Krasnoselsky Gate consists of two brick wings of the guardhouse and cast-iron fence. Neo-Gothic houses with miniature towers in the corners and lancet windows-loopholes look incredibly colorful.

The pavilion complex of the Chinese village consists of a dozen houses built in an authentic style by I. Neyelov and C. Cameron in the last third of the XIX century. The dominant feature of the ensemble is the observatory building, crowned by two rotundas. According to Chinese tradition, the roof of the buildings, painted with gilded scales, is decorated with figures of dragons.

Architectural highlights of the Catherine Park

  • Bus stop "Catherine Palace".

On the territory of the Catherine Park there are several dozens of architectural masterpieces that make up a single ensemble with an amazing landscape composition. Some of them are worth telling separately.

Elegant porticoes of the roof of the second tier of the Cameron Gallery support 44 slender columns of the ionic order. The facade of the first floor is a glazed arcade, which is why a very massive building seems almost weightless. From the south side to the entrance to the gallery is a stone staircase, above the pylons of which bronze statues of Flora and Hercules rise.

You can get to the Hermitage pavilion only through a drawbridge, since the building was erected on an artificial island. F. Rastrelli’s elegant creation cannot be looked at without aspiration. An octagonal emerald-white building with four elegant extensions is surrounded by a balustrade. The facade of the palace shines with gilding, impeccability of columns, openwork stucco molding.

The Hermitage kitchen with a through passage arch is often called the Red Gate. A small building immediately attracts the eye. Above its central portal rises a two-tier round turret with battlements, intricate attics crown the pediment, sculptures are installed in the corner niches.

The image of the white-blue Pavilion of the Grotto could easily become an illustration to the book of fairy tales. Rustic columns, numerous carved, stucco decorations, patterned lattices make the building surprisingly similar to a gingerbread house.

Among the architectural wonders of the landscape garden stands the Marble Bridge, erected over the canal between Swan and the Great Pond. The rotundas connected by a colonnade are mounted on a base composed of granite blocks. Two boardwalks with luxurious stone stairs lead to the bridge.

Monuments of Catherine Park

  • Bus stop "Catherine Palace".

A story about the sights of the Catherine Park would be incomplete, without mentioning three monuments. These are monuments erected in honor of the brilliant victories of Russian weapons.

The defeat of the army of the Turkish Sultan at the Cahul River, Empress Catherine the Great ordered to immortalize the obelisk. For three hundred years now, the marble 10-meter pillar has reminded the Russians of the glorious Victoria of the Russian regiments under the command of P. Rumyantsev over the army of Galil-Bey, eight times the number of troops of the shining count.

The Chesme column is a tribute to the courage, courage of Russian sailors and the naval talent of their commander Count A. Orlov. A 22-meter pillar of pink marble is set on a granite pedestal in the center of the Great Pond. At the top of the column, a bronze imperial eagle is tormented by the Ottoman crescent, symbolizing the defeat of the Turkish fleet by the Oryol squadron in Chesmenskaya Bay in the summer of 1770.

Morea’s column is dedicated to another brilliant victory of the Russian fleet, won by the Mediterranean island of the same name. Attacking Turkish ships, which had a tenfold numerical advantage, Orlov's squadron managed to win by capturing about 6 thousand Turks. A pale blue pillar of Olonets marble is decorated with rostres of defeated enemy naval vessels.

Reserve palace

  • Address: st. Sadovaya, 22. Bus stop "Parkovaya Street".

The history of the palace, which is often called Vladimirsky, is very interesting. The construction of the building was led by the court architect A. Menelas. After completion of construction work in 1824, Emperor Alexander I granted the mansion to the influential nobleman V. Kochubei and his wife Maria Vasilievna. The monument of architectural classicism belonged to the Grand Dukes, after the revolution, sheltered Soviet structures under its shadow, and then the House of Pioneers. At the turn of the century, the young builders of communism were replaced by cadets, who ceded the building, in turn, to the employees of the registry office. Now, happy couples without five minutes of newlyweds climb the marble steps of a staircase guarded by stone lions to the antique portico of the entrance.

Gostiny Dvor

  • Address: st. Moskovskaya, 25. Stop of transport "Moscow Street".

Pushkin Passage is the architectural dominant of the central part of the city. Symmetrical wings spread around the galleries diverge from the passage arch of the main portal of the building. The arched promenade arches are supported by paired Tuscan columns. The pediments of the building look very interesting, due to the large number of dormer windows of the attic, which serve as attics. In addition, the facades of the Gostiny Dvor attract attention with lush baroque decor.

Expositions of the Catherine Palace

  • Schedule: daily, from 11:00 to 18:00.
  • Ticket price: adult 700 p., Preferential 350 p., Children under 16 are allowed free of charge.
  • Phone: +7 812 415-76-67.
  • Website:
  • Address: st. Sadovaya, 7. Stop transport "Catherine's Palace."

A visit to the Grand Tsarskoye Selo Palace may well take a whole day. Traveling through the magnificent halls and galleries of the residence of Russian emperors will bring a lot of vivid impressions. Tourists will visit the Raspberry, Green, White, Cavalier dining rooms, Chinese and Blue living rooms, Lyons and Arabesque halls. Here, the interiors that once surrounded royal people and court nobles were restored. In the Portrait Hall, visitors are presented in ceremonial robes by the great Russian empresses, captured by the best contemporary painters. The apotheosis of the tour will be a visit to the famous Amber Room, which is considered one of the modern Wonders of the World. This is an exact copy of the gallery, decorated with carved panels from amber. The original, as you know, was lost during the Second World War. However, art historians argue that the current replica of the Amber Room is not much inferior to its prototype.

Tsarskoye Selo Arsenal

  • Schedule: daily, from 11:00 to 18:00.
  • Ticket price: adult 250 rubles, preferential and children's 100 rubles.
  • Phone: +7 812 415-76-51.
  • Website:
  • Address: Alexander Park. Bus stop "Dvortsovaya Street".

Visitors to the Arsenal pavilion will plunge into the world of medieval romance. It demonstrates a part of the imperial collection of weapons collected by Nicholas I. In total, the museum’s collection contains more than 400 exhibits. These are not only halberds, sabers, muskets, beeps, shields, swords, but also horse harness, picturesque canvases. The highlight of the exposition is a collection of Arabian blades, knightly armor dating from the 16th century. Using interactive panels, visitors to the museum will learn a lot of interesting things about the history of Arsenal and its predecessor - the Montbijou Pavilion.

Ratna Chamber

  • Schedule: daily, except Wednesday, from 10:00 to 18:00.
  • Ticket price: adult 300 p., Preferential 150 p., Children's 100 p.
  • Phone: +7 812 415-76-92.
  • Website:
  • Address: Alexander Park. Bus stop "Dvortsovaya Street".

This museum has no analogues in Russia, because its expositions are entirely devoted to the First World War. The initiator of the creation of the Military Chamber in the spring of 1913 was the last Russian emperor. According to his plan, the pavilion was to become a repository of symbols of triumph and valor of Russian weapons. It demonstrated the standards of broken enemy regiments, especially valuable military trophies. In 1914, the museum was redesigned. One of the halls turned into a portrait gallery of heroes who deserved the St. George crosses on the battlefields of the First World War. After 4 years, the museum ceased to exist, and its exhibits replenished the funds of state vaults. At the same time, part of the priceless relics was lost or stolen. The restoration of the exposition began only in 2011. Today in the museum you can see 11 thematic exhibitions dedicated to Russia's participation in the First World War.

Memorial Museum of Lyceum

  • Schedule: daily, except Tuesday, from 10:30 to 18:00.
  • Ticket price: adult 150 p., Student 60 p., Children under 16 are admitted free of charge.
  • Phone: +7 812 476-64-11.
  • Website:
  • Address: st. Sadovaya, 2. Stop transport "Catherine's Palace."

The Tsarskoye Selo Imperial Lyceum, which was one of the most privileged educational institutions of pre-revolutionary Russia, gave the Fatherland a whole galaxy of remarkable public figures, writers, and politicians. It was here that the talent of the great pita A.S. Pushkin, whose classmates were Decembrist I. Pushchin, a remarkable historian, Admiral F. Matyushkin, outstanding diplomat A. Gorchakov. Museum expositions are housed in the Lyceum building. In every room, whether it be a classroom or a tutor’s room, the historic interiors are carefully restored. In the hall of the second floor there is a permanent exhibition telling about the fate of the most famous lyceum students who studied here in different years.

Museum of History and Literature

  • Schedule: from Wednesday to Sunday inclusive, from 10:00 to 17:30.
  • Ticket price: adult 120 p., Preferential 50 p.
  • Phone: +7 812 466-55-10.
  • Website:
  • Address: st. Leontievskaya, 28. Stop of transport "Moscow Street".

After visiting this institution, tourists will learn a lot about the past and present of the city. Not many people know, for example, that it was in Tsarskoye Selo that the Russian scout movement was born. And here apologists of the Silver Age of Russian poetry I. Annensky, V. Gumelev worked, the great poetess A. Akhmatova worked fruitfully. Part of the exposition is devoted to the defense of the city during the Second World War, the partisan movement, the period of the occupation of Pushkin by the Nazis.An exhibition telling about the city-planning history of Tsarskoye Selo - Pushkin is popular with visitors.

Museum-cottage A.S. Pushkin

  • Schedule: from Wednesday to Sunday inclusive, from 10:30 to 18:00.
  • Ticket price: adult 100 p., Preferential 60 p.
  • Phone: +7 812 451-69-81.
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  • Address: st. Pushkinskaya, 2/19. Bus stop "Dvortsovaya Street".

Not only the years of the youth of the great Russian poet are connected with Tsarskoye Selo. A.S. Pushkin lived in the city now bearing his name, from May to October 1831, together with his wife, N. Goncharova, having rented eight rooms in the mansion. It was in the office of the mezzanine of A. Kitaeva’s house that the immortal lines “Tales of Tsar Saltan”, some chapters of “Eugene Onegin” were written with the hand of a genius. This period of life is a classic of Russian literature and the exposition of the museum is dedicated. The entourage of the rooms is recreated according to the recollections of Pushkin's contemporaries who were staying here. Some exhibitions tell about the stay in Tsarskoye Selo A. Zhukovsky and N. Karamzin.

Fedorovsky Cathedral

  • Schedule: daily, from 7:00 to 19:00.
  • Phone: +7 812 466-61-69.
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  • Address: Academic Prospect, 34. Stop of the transport “Dvortsovaya Street”.

The initiator of the construction of the cathedral was personally Emperor Nicholas II, who wished for the soldiers of the Convoy of His Majesty and the infantry Consolidated Regiment to have an army temple. Construction work, which lasted 12 years, ended in the winter of 1912 with the consecration of the church. After 21 years, the cathedral was closed and returned to believers only at the end of the last century. Today the temple is completely restored, it is actively visited by pilgrims who are attracted by Orthodox shrines - a miraculous list of the icon of the Mother of God and the ark containing particles of the relics of Seraphim of Sarov. Secular tourists can admire the stunning mosaics located above the entrances and apse of the church.

Catherine Cathedral

  • Schedule: daily, from 7:00 to 19:00.
  • Phone: +7 812 476-77-77.
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  • Address: Sobornaya square, 1. Bus stop "Moscow Street".

The rite of consecration of the cathedral in the name of the Great Martyr Catherine, built at the behest of Nicholas I, took place in the winter of 1840. Two decades later, a magnificent example of the pseudo-Russian style in religious architecture was seriously damaged in a fire, however, it was soon restored. Under the shadow of a prosperous temple, 11 especially revered Christian relics were kept. This, however, did not become an obstacle for the Bolsheviks. The property of the church was requisitioned, and the building itself was blown up in the summer of 1939. Atheists set up a park and erected a monument to Lenin on the site above which gilded domes once towered. Only after 70 years, local authorities decided to restore historical justice. The monument to the leader of the world proletariat has sunk into oblivion, and the erection of a new building has begun on the ruins of the foundation of the cathedral. In the summer of 2009, the five-domed church, restored according to the drawings of K. Ton, reopened the doors for parishioners.

Znamenskaya church

  • Schedule: daily, from 7:00 to 19:00.
  • Phone: +7 812 466-24-90.
  • Address: st. Palace, 1. Stop transport "Palace Street."

Explore this amazing temple is worth at least two reasons. Firstly, it is considered the oldest building built of stone on the territory of Tsarskoye Selo in general. Secondly, until 1946, the church was the only one operating in the city. The miniature temple is a rare example of authentic Peter's Baroque, successfully survived the period of atheist domination. He was not blown up and turned into a warehouse. Until the transfer of the building of the diocese in the spring of 1991, a restoration workshop was located here. Nevertheless, the restoration of the facades and interiors of the church took almost 15 years. Today, under its arches, the prayers of local parishioners and pilgrims who come to venerate the icon of Seraphim of Sarov, bestowed by the temple by Emperor Nicholas II, again sound.

Theater Museum "Tales of Pushkin"

  • Schedule: submissions are given on weekends. The performances start at 10:00 or 11:00.
  • Ticket price: from 300 to 500 rubles.
  • Phone: +7 812 995-26-50.
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  • Address: st. Pushkinskaya, 9. Stop of transport "Street Palace".

If you took a child on a trip, be sure to visit him in this amazing theater. Here, young viewers are offered to watch a puppet show based on Russian folk traditions or become participants in an interactive fairy-tale show. A performance with songs, dances, jokes and jokes will delight children. They will be able to play not only with Kolobok, Turnip, Three Bears, but also with their beloved heroes of quite modern cartoons. Good mood to your beloved child is guaranteed.

  • Schedule: daily, except Monday, from 11:00 to 20:00.
  • Ticket price: should be specified by phone.
  • Phone: +7 911 714-07-35.
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  • Address: Detskoselsky Boulevard, 3A. Stop transport "Buffer Park".

In the children's entertainment center it is easy to have a wonderful time with a child of preschool and primary school age. There are several thematic gaming zones, a labyrinth through which children travel with pleasure. Animators are actively working with young visitors. And in the Mechtarium regularly held children's interactive performances. The views are colorful and diverse. Kids are invited to take a short space trip, take a walk through the fairytale forest, meet with characters from their favorite cartoons.

A trip to the city of Pushkin will be long remembered by an inquisitive tourist. Here you can get in touch with the past of a great country, learn a lot about people who made history, became a part of the spiritual and cultural heritage of Russia.

Forest Seed Museum

The museum operates on the basis of the forest seed station and the Center for Forest Science. The museum's collection has hundreds of species of forest seeds. Museum workers will talk about the features of growing forest plants, about the nature of the Moscow region.

Experts in the field of botany can consult with professionals and get practical advice on growing and cultivating forest crops.

Cottage-museum of the poet Vladimir Mayakovsky

On Akulova Gora V. Mayakovsky rented a summer house in 1928-1930. During the summer stay, Mayakovsky created several chapters of the poem “Good” and a number of famous poems.

The museum was opened in 1969. At the end of the last century, the building also housed a library. As a result of the fire, the summer cottage museum was completely destroyed and for decades turned into a landfill.

At the beginning of our century, thanks to the work and enthusiasm of the local priest Andrei Dudarev, the two-story house was rebuilt. His project repeats the building lost in the fire. The museum has several authentic exhibits: a copper samovar that survived the fire, and the death mask of the poet.

In front of the museum is a sculpture of Mayakovsky. Enthusiasts collected documents telling about the work and life of the poet. The museum hosts creative literary evenings.

Church of the Bogolyubsky Icon of the Mother of God

The church was erected at the beginning of the 20th century. on donations from timber merchant Sharikov.

In addition to the stone building, the temple complex included a wooden church and a chapel above the holy spring. A dormitory was housed in a wooden monastery during the time of persecution of priests. As a result of the fire, she was lost forever. The holy spring was littered with garbage, and garages were built on the site of the old cemetery.

The Mantid Temple, closed in 1936, reopened the doors for believers in 1997. Since 1993, restoration work has been ongoing in it, and continues to this day.

The farmstead "Malce Brodovo"

The manor complex was built in the 17-18 centuries. industrialist N.P. Saltykov. To the central house in the 19th century. various outbuildings were attached.

The history of Maltse-Brodovo came in that in 1918 V.I. Lenin spent the summer in it. A memorial plaque on the house broadcasts about this event. The revolutionary VD Bonch-Bruevich came to Lenin, who later became the first director of a state farm near Moscow. The state farm is organized in Lesnaya Polyana. The estate was used as an administrative state farm building. On the second floor there was a museum, which housed an exposition telling about V. Lenin's stay in the Forest Glades and the history of the state farm.

In the 80s. there was a fire in the house. Today, the building and the park complex around it need restoration. The Maltse-Brodovo estate is abandoned and plundered.

Museum-Reserve "Manor Muranovo named after F. I. Tyutchev"

The main buildings of the manor complex were built at the turn of the 19-20 centuries. The house built in the middle of the 19th century has survived. according to the drawings of the poet E. A. Baratynsky. He was involved in the literary and secular life of Russian society of that period. The poet has collected a collection of glassware, paintings, rare books and historical documents.

The museum exhibits genuine things that surrounded the family of the last owners of the estate - the Tyutchevs. The collection includes: paintings by European and Russian artists, rare porcelain, antique furniture, etc. The museum, opened in the first years after the revolution, was headed by the descendants of the poet N. I. Tyutchev. The estate was not ruined and destroyed due to the love of V.I. Lenin for Tyutchev's work. The descendants of the poet with special trepidation collected exhibits related to the life of their ancestors. Thanks to them, a monument to Russian noble culture has been preserved in its original form to our times.

The manor complex includes a park in which the family church of the Putyat-Tyutchev family was preserved, an outbuilding with a summer kitchen and several outbuildings.

Historical notes

The village of Pushkino was first mentioned in 1499. During this period, the settlement belonged to the noble boyar G.A. Morhinin, who was nicknamed Cannon. He is a distant ancestor of the famous poet A.S. Pushkin.

At the end of the 15th century, the village passed under the patronage of the church. The development of the village was facilitated by its good location on the trade route. The population was gradually increasing, and the incomes of residents were growing. From the second half of the 18th century, Pushkino developed industrially. Cloth and copper industries appeared here.

In the second half of the 19th century, summer cottage construction began actively in Pushkino, since the local places are distinguished by a picturesque vibrant nature that promotes relaxation and pacification. Many famous people had their estates in the village. In various periods in Pushkino spent time F.I. Tyutchev, V.V. Mayakovsky, the Gagarin family. At this time, the population of the village is growing significantly.

At the beginning of the XX century, two settlements were divided - the village of Pushkino and a summer residence under the same name. At that time, many different industries and institutions appeared in the village: a pharmacy, a cloth and mechanical factories, a hospital, the Church of the Savior of the Holy Face, elementary schools.

In 1925, the village of Pushkino received the status of a city, and already in 1929 it became a district center. At the same time, they launched the first electric train connecting the settlement with Moscow.

During the Great Patriotic War, a separate motorized rifle brigade was created on the territory of the Pushkin district, the population participated in the construction of defensive fortifications.

In the 50s of the last century, large-scale construction begins, and gradually the city becomes a busy suburb of the capital.

Pushkino in the middle of the twentieth century

Currently, the main activity of Pushkino is forestry, although there are also many other industries on the territory. The city has the Central Forest Seed Base, the Central Base for the Protection of Forests from Fire and the Research Institute of Forestry. These organizations are engaged in the conservation and study of forestry.

Cottage Rabeneka-Mikhailovs

The exact date of construction of the wooden cottage Rebeneka-Mikhailov is unknown. It is generally accepted that the building was erected at the beginning of the 20th century by the Schelkovsky manufacturer Ludwig Rabeneck. The cottage is an example of wooden architecture. The facades of the building are not repeated, each of them is unique.

Today, the house is home to the Pushkino Museum of Local Lore, it was moved here in the 80s. Inside the building, the old layout has been preserved.

The museum presents the works of local artists, expositions tell about the wealth of the local nature, the history of the region, the events of the Great Patriotic War. Here is a large collection of archaeological finds: bronze ware, ceramics, silver jewelry.

Manor Tsarevo

The estate appeared in the XVII century, it was founded by N.I.Sheremetev. Later it was owned by F.A. Golitsyn, P.N. Shcherbatov, A.I. Durasova, A.F. Zakrevskaya, V.I.Smirnov. The best of the manor buildings is the St. Nicholas Church, which was built in 1815 in a pseudo-Gothic style. The funds were allocated by the owners of the village Durasov.

The church impresses with an abundance of space and lighting, which is provided by the high windows of the rotunda and the lower row.

Even in Soviet times, the temple worked, it was closed only for a short period in 1940.

Cottage Museum V.V. Mayakovsky

Several times, the poet Vladimir Mayakovsky rented a cottage on Shark Mountain. He was here at least 4 times and wrote several of his country poems. Rumyantseva's dacha gained fame thanks to the poem "An Extraordinary Adventure That Was with V. Mayakovsky in the Summer at the Cottage". Also here were born the poems “A cigarette-case in the grass went one third”, “Heine-like”, “Attitude to the young lady”.

Museum of the poet V.V. Mayakovsky was opened in 1969. There are several obscure events in his story. In the 90s the museum building burned several times: for the first time - in 1991, the second time in 1993 - on the eve of the centenary of V. Mayakovsky. Fortunately, it was possible to save most of the exhibits.

The rector of the church of St. Panteleimon contributed to the restoration of the museum. Repair work began in 2009, and in 2014, the institution resumed work.

Cottage Museum V.V. Mayakovsky

Church of the Grebnevskaya Icon of the Mother of God

The modern stone church repeats the forms of a wooden church burned down in 2007. It was built in 1906. The church was closed in 1939, a school was located in its building for a long time.

Church of the Grebnevskaya Icon of the Mother of God

The temple was returned to believers in 1992.

Chapel of the Stefano-Makhrishchi Monastery

The history of the religious building began in 1765, when Father Moses built a small chapel made of wood here to collect donations. Then the building was dilapidated, and in 1816 a new one was erected on the site of the old structure according to the petition of the Mahrishchi hieromonk Vissarion. The built wooden chapel was under the patronage of the Stefano-Makhrishchi monastery. Under her were a residential building and courtyard, where the monks lived.

Since 1818, the monks Anthony and Simeon have been digging caves in the mountain located next to the chapel. At the entrance to them is a well. Later, two entrances were built into the caves, shaped like arches. In the dungeon hung iron chains, weighing about 8 kg, which belonged to Anthony and Simeon.

Near the wooden chapel were the graves of four old men, but when the building was dilapidated, there was a risk that the graves could be lost. Then in 1867, with the blessing of the Metropolitan of Moscow and Kolomensky, a stone chapel was built next to the wooden one. The graves of the elders were in the basement of the new structure.

In Soviet times, the caves were destroyed, the chapel fell into disrepair, only the well at the entrance to the dungeon remained intact.

In 1996, a dilapidated chapel was transferred to the Holy Trinity Stefano-Makhrishchi monastery for restoration. In 2002, the chapel was opened and consecrated.

In 2007, complex work began on the restoration of the destroyed caves and the construction of a cave temple. The cave church was consecrated in the name of the great martyr Dmitry Salunsky in 2010. Corps for sisters were also built.

Cave Church of Dmitry Salunsky

In 2009, construction began on a large church in honor of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary with a lower limit in the name of St. Xenia of Petersburg.

Interesting places

In Pushkino there are many interesting and bright places where you can take pictures and enjoy the landscaping of the city. For example, a fountain on Sovetskaya Square, which is located in the city center. It looks like a path that leads to the main fountain, and its jets are directed to the center of the complex. The fountain is decorated with a forged structure in the form of a branched bush with flowers. This facility was built in 2005.

Fountain on Sovetskaya Square

A monument to A.S. Pushkin and I.A. Krylov. It was staged in 2004 opposite the Pobeda movie theater. The structure is cast in bronze and represents two figures of famous poets sitting on a bench and talking to each other.

Monument A.S. Pushkin and I.A. Krylov

There is a picturesque river Serebryanka in Pushkino. Several bridges were built on it and a boat station was organized, and rowing competitions are held every year on the river.

The Pamyat memorial complex is located at the intersection of Moskovsky Prospekt and Chekhov Street. It includes several structures: a monument to fallen soldiers during the Great Patriotic War with eternal flame, the design of the "Angel", fountains. The complex is fenced in the shape of a horseshoe. The names of the dead inhabitants of Pushkino are cut out on them.

Memorial complex "Memory"

The city of Pushkino, despite its modest size, is fraught with many interesting and unique places. Here you can have a great weekend and enjoy the beauties of Russian nature.