Not to be confused with the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Art, the Aleksandr Pushkin State Museum is dedicated to Russia's favourite poet and the age during which he lived. The museum was opened in 1957 in its current location in the 19th century Khruschyov-Seleznev Estate. In addition to the temporary exhibition hall and the conference hall, the museum has two permanent expositions dedicated: 'Pushkin and his Epoch' and 'Pushkin's Fairy Tales', which is aimed at children. There is free admission to the museum on the third Sunday of the month.
|Location||12/2 Ulitsa Prechistenka|
|Clock||10:00 - 18:00 (Thursdays: 12:00 - 21:00). Closed on Mondays and the last Friday of the month.|