The Moscow CityPass is a tourist card that gives you free entry to more than 40 top attractions in the Russian capital, including the Kremlin and Saint Basil's Cathedral.
The 10 most popular attractions included with the Moscow CityPass are:
- Saint Basil's Cathedral
- Bunker-42 Museum
- Tretyakov Gallery
- Tsaritsyno Palace Museum
- Museum of the Patriotic War 1812
- State Historical Museum
- Great Wooden Palace of Tsar Alexis I in Kolomenskoye
- Moscow Sightseeing Bus Pass
- Moscow River Cruise
Moscow CityPass Prices
You can buy the Moscow CityPass for a duration of 1, 2, 3 or 5 days depending how long you're planning to spend in the city.
|Duration||Adults||Children under 16 years old|
|1 day||€ 60 (US$ 64.50)||€ 45 (US$ 48.30)|
|2 days||€ 90 (US$ 96.70)||€ 70 (US$ 75.20)|
|3 days||€ 110 (US$ 118.20)||€ 85 (US$ 91.30)|
|5 days||€ 160 (US$ 172)||€ 130 (US$ 139.70)|
Is it worth it?
Entrance into these attractions is worth much more than the cost of the CityPass, yet it offers even more, for example, the Pushkin Museum, the Museum of the History of Vodka and the Museum of Contemporary History, among others, plus discounts at restaurants, shows and shops. If you're already planning to visit these sights, then it's well worth buying the CityPass to save money on tickets.
Where to buy the Moscow CityPass?
You can buy your Moscow CityPass online in advance via our website. Then, all you need to do is collect it from the Komsomolskaya Tourist Information Centre (Komsomolskaya Square, 5-1), near the Komsomolskaya metro station. The office is open from 9 am until 8 pm.