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Back to Childhood in Moscow Industrial Culture Museum
18.06.2012 13:45
Back to Childhood in Moscow Industrial Culture Museum
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The unique collection of amazing things from the past can be seen in the Museum of Industrial Culture in Moscow.

      The collection contains various items since the times of Soviet Union. Here visitors will find toys, books, New Year decorations, a school desk, an old ice-cream kiosk, tape recorders and other things that let you travel many years back.

      You can see old equipment like the first TV and PC. There is also an exhibition of cars and motorcycles. If you are a foreign visitor you have a chance to learn more about Russian childhood and to enjoy the different period of history.

      The museum is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 11:00 to 17:00. On weekdays, you must book your visit by calling +7 (916) 535-76-84. Entrance is free.

3A, Zarechye str. Metro station “Lyublino”, “Volzhskaya”.

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Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Moscow Russian museums Exhibitions in Moscow  

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