Women and Revolution
25 Oct 2017–30 Dec 2018
A Must-Visit
30 Jun–30 Dec 2018
The exhibition is dedicated to the First All-Russia Agricultural and Handicraft & Industrial Exhibition-1923 held in Moscow.


"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. 
The Revolution of 1917-1922 in Russia.
The period of the Revolution of 1917-1922 is presented at the exhibition.
"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. 


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 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.