The Pushkin - House Museum is ideally located in Arbat Street, one of the most beautiful streets in the city. After getting married, Pushkin and his young wife moved into a rented house in Arbat street. Here the young couple spent their honeymoon, the happiest months of their matrimonial life. Opened in 1986, the Museumís rich collection will enable you to see Moscow streets and houses that date from the Pushkin era and to feel the atmosphere that reigned in Moscow in the 1830s.
The residential apartment of Pushkin. The stag night took place here right before the wedding; Baratinsky, Vjazemsky, Jazikov, Davidov were among the guests. After the wedding ceremony a big reception was organized by the newly-weds, the Pushkins.
Oil and water colour paintings and drawings, portraits of the poet, rare etchings and lithographs, red wood and Karelia birch furniture, golden plated bronze, leather bound books, yellowed with time pages of magazines and literary miscellanies are exposed in the museum.
Daily 10.00 - 18.00. Closed: Mondays, Tuesdays and last Friday of each month.