From 18 March till 30 April The Tretyakov Gallery is closed.
This is a historical building, which housed the collection of the founder of the Gallery P.M.Tretyakov (since 1856). Here you can see more than 1300 works of Russian art from the 11th till the early 20th century, beginning from pre-Mongolian icons and mosaics and ending with landscape, portrait and historical painting and masterpieces, including works as "Trinity" by Andrei Rublev and "The Apparition of Christ Before the People" by Alexander Ivanov. The works of the great artists V.I.Surikov, V.V.Vereshchagin, I.E.Repin, V.A.Serov and others are represented in different sides.
Accessability plan (PDF)
From the station "Tretyakovskaya": turn left after leaving the station and cross the Bolshaya Ordynka street. Then go forward along either Bolshoy Tolmachevsky lane or Ordynsky Tupik. After you pass the small park, turn right to Lavrushinsky Lane. The buildings of the Gallery will be to your left.
From the station "Novokuznetskaya": after exiting the metro, go forward to Pyatnitskaya Street, turn left and walk till the crossing crossing. Cross the road and walk along the Klimentovsky lane till the intersection with the street Bolshaya Ordynka. Cross the street, then go forward along either Bolshoy Tolmachevsky lane or Ordynsky Tupik. After you pass the small park, turn right to Lavrushinsky Lane. The buildings of the Gallery will be to your left.
From the station "Polyanka": after exiting the metro, go forward to Bolshaya Polyanka Street and turn left. Continue to go forward and turn right near the bus stop. After you reach the Bolshoy Tolmachevsky lane walk along it till the small park. Turn left to Lavrushinsky lane, the gallery buildings will be on your left.
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