The Moscow Archaeological Museum is located in a pavilion seven metres below ground next to the Hotel Moskva. It was formed in the 1990s when archaeological digs were performed here, the results of which are now on display in the museum. The main exhibit is the foundations of the Resurrection (Voskresensky) Bridge which stood here across the River Neglinnaya, before the river was diverted underground. The museum is run as a branch of the Museum of Moscow Museum Association. Admission is free on the third Sunday of the month.
|Location||1A Manezhnaya Ploschad|
|Metro||Okhotny Ryad, Ploschad Revolyutsi|