The Armory preserves Moscow's oldest and most precious museum, which consists of a stunning collection of Tsarist artifacts, Russian and foreign jewelry and armor. It is quite fascinating to go through the exposition of the things that created the royal life environment. Court dresses, religious vestments, state regalia and ceremonial objects (such as thrones and crowns). If isles of shiny golden utensils and diamond covered gimmicks is what you would like, then this place certainly worth visiting.
Every day– 10:00 to 18:00, Day off - Thursday
Address: The Moscow Kremlin (Google maps link
Website – armoury-chamber.kreml.ru
+ If you choose to visit the Armory Museum we recommend you to check out the Diamond Fund as well since it is located in the same building. The fund presents an exquisite collection of Imperial treasury. The gem collection of Peter I, established in 1719 is a unique collection of jewelry and natural nuggets. For more than three centuries Russian monarchs were enlarging the collection that you can see today.
Excursions daily from 10:00 to 17:00 at twenty-minute intervals.
Closed between 13.00 and 14.00. Closed on Thursdays.