Exhibition "1st TSAR. Moscow. terrible" and the ancient chambers of one of the oldest civil buildings preserved in Moscow.
Tickets are available for purchase only on the website, in the mobile application and via the interactive terminals of the park.
In the Podklet – the oldest part of the building – you will see the exhibition "1st TSAR. Moscow. terrible", dedicated to the first Russian Tsar Ivan Vasilyevich (the Terrible), who established trade and economic relations with England in the 16th century, and in 1556 granted chambers to the merchants of the English trading society – the Moscow Company. The central exhibit of the exhibition is the bust of Ivan the Terrible, an anthropological reconstruction created in 1963–1965 by Professor Mikhail Gerasimov based on the remains of the tsar found in the tomb during excavations in the chapel of John the Baptist in the Archangel Cathedral of the Moscow Kremlin. The key multimedia exhibit of the exhibition is a digital reconstruction of the tsar's portrait created by artificial intelligence.
In the upper chambers, you will learn about how the life of English merchants and entrepreneurs was arranged, what they imported and exported from Russia, how trade was organized. You will pass through the Treasury Chamber, where ceremonial receptions were held, the treasury was kept and trade deals were concluded. In the second chamber, Povarnya, you will see a model of an English galleon of the 16th–17th centuries, samples of goods and travel equipment of English travelers, as well as a map showing the routes of their travels in Russia and dangerous sea expeditions that brought the two powers closer together in the Era of the Great Geographical Discoveries.
In the creation of the exhibition "1st TSAR. Moscow. terrible" was attended by: composer Dmitry Mazurov (musical design), artist in the field of machine learning Denis Shiryaev (digital reconstruction of Ivan the Terrible), director of the television series "Terrible" Alexey Andrianov, scriptwriter of the television series "Terrible" Timur Ezugbaya.
The exhibition includes: fragments of newsreels about the work of the anthropologist, Professor Mikhail Gerasimov in the process of restoring the appearance of the first tsar; excerpts from the epic "Ivan the Terrible" by Sergei Eisenstein (1944–1945) and the historical series "Terrible" (2020); sketches by Sergei Eisenstein for the script of the film "Ivan the Terrible".
Museum of Moscow, Russian State Archives of Literature and Art, MOSFILM, VGTRK, Russia-1, Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology named after N.N. Miklukho-Maclay of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Union of Composers of Russia
Adults – 350 ₽
Children from 7 to 18 years old – 175 ₽
Children under 7 years old — free
Suggested visit duration: 45-60 minutes
Every Monday of the third week of the month the admission is free as part of the Moscow Museum Week. To see the exposition, you need to register on the website or get a free ticket in the interactive terminals of the park.
Please note that you must use protective mask and keep a social distance of 1.5 meters. If you have a temperature or respiratory disease symptoms, you can’t visit the Old English Court. See detailed temporary rules for visitors here
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