To book a tour, please, call +7 495 683-79-14, 10 AM - 7 PM daily. Tours are available in English (3000 RUR for the group of 10).
Prepayment of your tour tickets is required at least two weeks before the booking date. Tickets purchased are non-returnable and non-refundable.
Museum of Cosmonautics site tour
History of the Soviet and Russian astronautics. Konstantin Tsiolkovsky’s projects for fulfilling a man’s dream about space flights. First research bureaus and the Soviet rocket industry development. Chief designer Sergei Korolev, the founder of practical astronautics. First artificial Earth satellites. Space flight of the first cosmonaut, launches of the space probes towards the Moon and Solar System planets. Triumphal victories and great achievements. Long-functioning space stations. International cooperation in space. Modern cosmodromes and rockets.
The Academician Sergey Korolev’s Memorial House
Not far from the Monument to the Conquerors of Space, in one of Ostankinsky side streets, there is a two-storied mansion hidden in the garden behind the green wooden fence.
This house, built in 1959, was presented to S.P. Korolev by the Soviet government for creation and successful launch of the first in the world artificial Earth satellite.
Sergei Korolev lived there for six years (1959-1966). These were the years of hard and intensive work of Korolev and his colleagues.
In this house-museum everything was preserved as it was during Korolev’s lifetime. The museum collection holds approximately 19,000 items: personal belongings of Sergei Korolev, documents, letters, photographs, furniture, household items, fine art items, scientific technical and fiction literature libraries. All exhibits, possessed by museum, were presented by Nina Koroleva, the wife of the chief designer: from the Kiev Polytechnic Institute young student’s neat handwritten notes of the 1920-s to the notebook which tells about the chief designer’s worries and concerns of his last month.
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Following are admission, photo- and video taking rules at the territory of the Museum of Cosmonautics, State Institution of Culture (the Museum).