Russia is a famous country with a dynamic culture and rich historical background. The country’s capital Moscow has an as showcased an ever-dynamic array of galleries and museums. Russian crowd is generally known to be culture-oriented, there are over 200 museums and galleries here. History museums are present to showcase the era of Russia’s past. Some of the countries estates used as architectural museums, military museums to commemorate the national heroes. If you intend a visit to Russia, I guess you have to do your homework well in other to locate the where the artwork you admire most is kept. Here are some of the galleries to check out in Russia.


This museum regarded as the Metropolitan Museum of Moscow. It is one of the most popular and most admired ones. From Middle Ages, Ancient Art, and Impressionism to Renaissance and other art of the 19th–20th century, the Pushkin houses them all. The museum located in the heart of Moscow, and over the past few years, it has expanded with more additional buildings that are built for more exhibits.


Designed by Viktor Vasnetsov between the year 1900 and 1905, the gallery started as a private collection of the 19th-century industrialist brothers Sergei and Pavel Tretyakov. Pavel is a patron of Wanderers, a group of the 19th century that got away from the conservative Academy of Art in other to start depicting ordinary people and social problems. The Tretyakov is regarded as the second most popular museum of the classic ones. It is home to all the famous Russian artists and housed in a beautiful historic building.  The Exotic Boyar Castle on the lane in Zamoskyorechie has the main branch of the gallery. It has a fantastic collection of Russian collection and remarkable collection of pre-revolutionary Russian art. To get into this gallery easily be there early so you can beat the queue.


The Gallery is a branch of the Pushkin Museum of Fine Art, and it contains a high assembly of French Impressionist works, based on the collection of well-known Moscow art patrons Ivan Morozov and Sergei Shchukin. It includes representative paintings done by Degas, Pissarro, Manet, and Renoir with an entire room allotted to Monet. There are also Rodin’s sculptures on view here that include pieces for the Gates of Hell, a Monument to the people of Calais. On display in the gallery are the famous paintings by Matisse, such as Goldfish and also some lesser-known pieces by Picasso, a few exclusive primitive paintings by Rousseau and works by Kandinsky, Chagall, and Miro. The museum also features pieces from Van Gogh that includes the scorching Red Vineyards, and the tragic Prison Courtyard painted during his last year alive. An entire room also dedicated to the works of Gaugin depicting his prime period. The location of the gallery is likely to change after the opening of the new complex expected in 2019.