The Kuskovo Estate or Palace is a unique estate so well preserved till today. Its owner was one of the Russian counts - Sheremetiev. The palace was built in an original 18-th – century style and represents a typical Russian summer residence. This manor was destinated for holding receptions, smart assemblies, festivals with fireworks and populous celebrations. The most solemn receptions took place in the Palace. Now this ensemble is funded by the government and some time ago it was consolidated with the Museum of Ceramics artworks.
The State Museum of Ceramics. All sorts of ceramics (unique pieces of china, delftware, brightly coloured figures) from ancient times to nowadays can be found here.
The Unique Park Complex includes the Palace and other constructions of the mansion: the Hermitage, the Grotto, the Dutch house and the Green house. Built in 1737-1739 the summer stone church replaced the old wooden one and now it happens to be the oldest building in Kuskovo.
Daily 10:00 – 18:00. Closed: Mondays.