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The Vladimir and Suzdal Museum was established in 1958. Now the Museum includes 45 museum exhibitions in Vladimir, Suzdal and Gus Khrustalny, 8 exhibition halls, 65 monuments of architecture, 7 of which are included in the UNESCO World Heritage List: the Golden Gate, Assumption Cathedral, St Demetrius Cathedral of the 12th century in Vladimir; the Cathedral of the Nativity of the Virgin (13th century), the architectural ensemble of the Monastery of the Saviour and St Euthymius in Suzdal; the 12th-century limestone edifices in Bogolyubovo and Kideksha.

The Museum’s inventory includes more than 440,000 items grouped into 38 stock collections. 17 professional restorers work hard to preserve the national heritage. Only in 2018, they restored more than 1,500 items from the Museum collections. A great event was to save the unique ancient Russian icon of the Virgin of Bogolyubovo, when after 7-year restoration they managed to unveil the authentic painting of the 12th century.

Contact us to book your guided tour

Head office: 600000, Russian Federation, Vladimir, Bolshaya Moskovskaya Street, 43

Guided Tours Department in Vladimir
Address: Vladimir, Bolshaya Moskovskaya Street, 43

Guided Tours Department in Suzdal
Address: Vladimir region, Suzdal, Lenin Street, 63а

Guided Tours Department in Gus Khrustalny
Address: Vladimir region, Gus Khrustalny,
Kalinin Street, 2а

Visitor Center in Muromtsevo
Address: Vladimir region, Sudogda district, Muromtsevo, Yamskaya Street, 9

Health Safeguards

Before opening to visitors and between time slots, the halls are cleaned and aired. We installed protective screens in places where visitors and staff will interact. Surfaces such as door handles with which people make contact are constantly being disinfected. Hand sanitizer dispensers are installed in public areas. All persons entering museum premises must wear personal protection. In the entrance zone special markings are placed on the floor to enable you to quickly find the way to the start of your chosen route without getting too close to other visitors.

To meet sanitary-epidemiological requirements, one should observe one-way movement around the exhibition halls to avoid flows of people meeting each other from opposite directions. The number of simultaneous visitors is limited to allow people observe physical distancing and view the exhibitions in comfort.

Anyone who has symptoms of a viral respiratory infection, fever or abnormal temperature must avoid visiting the museum.

Our new rules will allow us to safeguard the health of both visitors and museum staff.