Your stay at Pushkino Art Hotel will be more memorable and entertaining if you go to one of the possible excursions to the ancient manors and reserves in the suburbs of Moscow
Our hotel is surrounded by architectural and cultural landmarks famous across Russia. We highly recommend visiting the beautiful tourist attractions.
There are five excursion destinations that are extremely popular with guests of the Art Hotel Pushkino.
A comfortable bus takes us along the main streets of Moscow to an interesting lecture about the sites and historic events. We will stop at the capital's key observation sites so you can take some beautiful pictures to remind you about the trip:
Today we suggest visiting the Abramtsevo State Historical Museum for Art and Literature. With an area of over 50 hectares, the museum boasts architectural heritage dating back to the 18th and 19th century. You can take a walk in the part and admire the views of the Vorya River.
The Museum's collection comprises over 25,000 unique exhibits: paintings, sculptures, and objects belonging to arts and crafts. We will be able to see photos and archives of the former owners of the estate.
This tour includes a visit to the Main house, the Teremok bath house, the manor house, the kitchen, Polenov's Dacha, the Mandylion Church, and more. Guests will be given some free time to take photos.
The famous estate of Muranovo opens its doors to welcome tourists. You can feel the presence of its former owners (the Engelgardts, the Boratynskys, the Putyatas and the Tyutchevs) and guests, their lives and work in Muranova as well as beyond it. The poetry of F. Tyutchev and Ye. Boratynsky. An excursion to key architectural and natural landmarks in the park as well as the exhibition in the Main House of the estate.
We will find out the history, purpose, and architectural properties of each building, i.e. the Main House, the Outbuilding and the Kitchen, the Ironing House, the Coachman's House, the Ice House, and the Tyutchevs' Home Church of the Mandylion. The park boasts some natural objects that will impress even experienced tourists, such as lime-tree and rose lanes, old trees, remnants of a fruit glasshouse.
The main exhibition is located in the manor house (two floors with a total of 16 rooms). Besides, guests have an opportunity to visit the exhibition dedicatedto the anniversary of N. Karamzin.
You are welcome to take a fascinating and informative excursion to the world's only Zhostovo Painting Museum.
You will see paintings that are unique to Russian arts and crafts as well as aesthetics in general. You will also see some hand painting techniques and buy souvenirs.
Our guests can change one of two fascinating walking tours to find out more about Moscow than people born there know.
Arbat is a very special part of the capital and definitely a must for every student. It is some kind of Moscow in Moscow. It has a history, traditions, and even a spirit of its own. The tour will make you come back! Lanes and alleys are especially spectacural here. Once they were home to A. Pushkin, S. Aksakov, A. Bely, the Korin Brothers, A. Rybakov, B. Okudzhava, and A. Skryabin.
We will walk at a leisurely pace to see the place where Polenov's "Moscow Courtyard" was painted, find out the history of the house where Pushkin spend three months with his lover during their honeymoon, and take photos of the most famous constructivist building, the Melnikov House, and the wooden house of the Porokhovshchikovs.
A tour along the beautiful streets of central Moscow, which were known unofficially as the Moscow Saint Germain in the 19th century. We will walk along Prechistenka and see houses that used to belong to representatives of the nobility and merchants, learn the stories of their famous owners, and travel a few centuries back to plunge into an age long gone.
The street boasts the greatest number of well-preserved Empire-style mansions you will ever see. The houses still remember S. Yesenin, A. Pushkin, and L. Tolstoy. Would you like to learn more? We will readily share with you all the secrets and legends.
Excursions can be given to a group of minimum 12 people.