Kremlin Tour+Armory Tour+Diamond Fund 2023.

Hot news! - Since Oct. 2021 it is allowed to take photos, selfies in the Armory!

Moscow Kremlin Tour is a must-see for anyone who visits Moscow for the 1st time. Kremlin is an ancient castle of the 15th c., once the residence of Russian tsars. After 1917 the Kremlin housed the Soviet government. Now the Kremlin is the residence of President of Russia.

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After Peter I shifted the capital to St. Petersburg, the Kremlin lost its stately status. On the Kremlin Tour you'll see the Kremlin grounds, coronation place of Russian tsars who came to Kremlin for coronation even when Moscow wasn't Russia's capital. In 1918 the Bolshevik government moved from then Petrograd to Moscow and landed in the Kremlin's Senate building. As the Kremlin regained its status, early leaders of the USSR lived and worked in the Kremlin's old buildings. In the last decades of the Soviet regime most important state events were held in the Kremlin, where in the early 1960s Kremlin's Palace of Congresses (now, the Kremlin's State Palace, which you'll see during the Kremlin tour) was built.

The Kremlin Tour will include Kremlin Tour per se, Armory Tour and Diamond Fund. The vast majority of the articles you'll see during the Armory Tour were produced in the Kremlin workshops. Ambassadorial gifts are an essential part of the Armory Tour.

During the Kremlin Tour we'll bring you to the Russian Diamond Fund.

On the Kremlin Tour you'll see:

  • Heart of the Kremlin (Kremlin Tour)
  • Tsar-Bell, the biggest bell in the world (Kremlin Tour)
  • Tsar-Cannon, the largest gun in the world (Kremlin Tour)
  • Coronation place of Russian tsars in the Kremlin (Kremlin Tour)
  • Sentries from the Kremlin regiment (at the beginning or end of the tour)

We offer tours in Moscow not only in English! Pls mention if you want to book tours in Moscow (incl. Kremlin Tour) with guides speaking Spanish, French, German, Chinese, Portuguese, Japanese etc. 

DOs and DON’Ts for the Kremlin Tour: 

  • DO ask questions. We, Kremlin Tour guides, enjoy when visitors ask questions.
  • DO take pictures while outdoors on the Kremlin territory during the Kremlin Tour.
  • DON’T bring anything looking as weapons to the Kremlin Tour.
  • You will take the Kremlin Tour to know about its past. The Kremlin Tour guides’ job is tough. Pls, DON’T ask Kremlin Tour guides any questions irrelevant to Kremlin Tour (e.g. Kremlin’s current home/foreign policy).
  • DON'T be late for the Kremlin Tour.

Kremlin Tour is offered any day except Thur.