The Vodka Museum

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  • Moscow CityPass 1-5 Day Option

    1. Moscow CityPass 1-5 Day Option

    The Moscow CityPass is your key to the city, offering great value and convenience with free entry to more than 40 top attractions, a 1-day hop-on-hop-off bus tour, river cruise, observation deck, and walking tour. Enjoy free entrance to more than 40 attractions in Moscow and observe the city from different perspectives with 7 free excursions by land or water. Save your time with the skip-the-line option at such top attractions like Kremlin, St. Basil’s Cathedral and other. Head out to the Kremlin Museums or board the Radisson Royal River Cruise, and then enjoy the special offers at various restaurants to get the full experience of Moscow. Plan your trip using a free guidebook and city map (metro map included). Moscow CityPass is your smart way to travel. The tour operator has already chosen the most interesting attractions for you. Just open your guidebook and decide where you will go a...

    we could not use our mobile voucher. We had to go to meeting point to take the card then use the card to change for a ticket. which does not make sense. however the facility to get in sightseeing points was very handy.

  • Private Izmalovo Tour with Flea Market and Kremlin

    2. Private Izmalovo Tour with Flea Market and Kremlin

    Greet your expert local guide in your hotel lobby and wend your way by foot to the Izmailovo area, located in the northeast part of the city. Step back in time strolling through the vibrant and bustling cultural complex, feast your eyes at the disneyfied breezeblock-and-plasterboard Izmailovo Kremlin and check out its six single-subject museums, dedicated to Russian folk and culture, like Museum of Vodka and more. Afterwards, indulge in Russian traditional meals in a wooden replica of summer residence of Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich (own expense) while your guide will point out some interesting benchmarks of rich Russian history. You’ll get a chance to rub shoulders with local arty types at the daily Izmailovo Flea Market, home to a vibrant confection of stalls selling everything from books, baskets, retro toys and furniture to Soviet memorabilia, fur hats, nesting dolls and traditional ar...

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What people are saying about The Vodka Museum

Overall rating

3.5 / 5

based on 144 reviews

Really good experience

It was our first time in Moscow. My daughter and I each had a Moscow CityPass and were thrilled with every venue we visited. But you must plan your trip. It made the trip a lot easier knowing all your admissions were taken care of ahead of time and the information in the book was very informative. Ups: Saves a good amount of money and includes good extras on restaurants, book, map, etc. Downs: you still have to do the line in most of the places, as the tickets need to be printed.


We have been in Moscow during the world cup. My husband and I purchased two passes and it was good investment. We didn't need to worry about carrying enough money and spend time in long lines. For example, at the entrance of St. Basil Cathedral there were really a lot of people! We showed the city pass and security let us in without any queue! Recommended.

I enjoyed it!

Diana is a very knowledgeable, she explained the history of the places we passed. I didn’t buy much bcoz I’ve done my shopping already but the experience and metro ride are enjoyable. She even took me back to Red Square. What an experience I’ll definitely use Go Get Guide in the near future.

Amazing City and GREAT pass

Elena was really kind and was very efficient. She made some good advices.

Anna was very knowledgable and helpfull with the 2 hour visit. Enjoyable