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The Polytechnical Museum Closes For Reconstruction Until 2016
10.01.2013 10:59
The Polytechnical Museum Closes For Reconstruction Until 2016

Housed in the picturesque edifice in the centre of Moscow, the Polytechnical Museum has closed for reconstruction until 2016. 

      Certain exhibitions, as well as lectorium, will remain open until February 10, 2013. During the reconstruction certain exhibitions will be open for viewing at the All-Russia Exhibition Centre and at the specially prepared pavilions in the building previously belonding to Moskvich car plant.

      After the reconstruction the Polytechnical Museum is expected to acquire several new exhibition and education spaces: one in the territory of the Moscow State University, another, dedicated to children, in the ZIL House of Culture. 

      The last time the Museum welcomes visitors before shutting down for 3 years will be during the Night at the Museums in May 2013. 


Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian tourism Moscow museums Polytechnical Museum   

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