Dear visitors! We are happy to announce that from July 27, 2020 the Museum of Political History of Russia is opened to visitors!


Man and State Power in Russia from the 19th to the 21st Centuries
Exposition “Man and Power in Russia in the 19th – 21st Centuries” deals with relations of a man and a government at crucial points of the domestic history. 
The Russian Revolution 1917-1922
The new exposition is devoted to the the February uprising, October coup events and the Civil war which broke out in the territory of the former Russian Empire.
Soviet Epoch: Between Utopia and Reality
The exposition is dedicated to the most actual and disputable time of the Russian history – the Soviet period.


"Man and Power in Russia in XIX-XX centuries"
General Tour of the exhibition. 
New exposition is a picture of the Russian history of a large scale and many faces: tsars and subjects, rulers and people, leaders and crowds. 
"Memories of the house"
Mansions owned by Matilda Kshesinskaya and Vasily Brant amidst historical events
"Matilda Kshesinskaya: Fouettes of Fate"
Matilda Kshesinskaya, a prima ballerina of the Imperial theatres, owned a mansion in the Kronverksky prospect that was in the thick of the revolutionary events in 1917. 


Matilda Kshesinskaya: Fouettes of Fate
This exhibition is designed to provide a full overview of the personal and creative biography of the famous ballerina of the Silver Age.
The museum of special purpose. 1919-2019
22 Jun 2019–30 Dec 2020
To the centenary of The Museum of Political History of Russia