Diamond Fund, Moscow
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  • Moscow: Kremlin, Armoury Chamber and Diamond Fund Tour

    1. Moscow: Kremlin, Armoury Chamber and Diamond Fund Tour

    On this 4-hour walking tour, you will learn everything about the Russian and Soviet history spanning from the 12th to the 21st century. Your knowlegeable guide will answer all of your questions, revealing all of the secrets of the mysterious Russian history. Skip the line to enter the most significant place in Moscow, the heart of the Russian capital and UNESCO Heriatge Site, the Kremlin. You can explore its ancient monuments: Arsenal, Palace of Soviets, Tsar-Bell, Tsar-Cannon, Senat Palace (the seat of the President of the Russian Federation), and Cathedral Square (one of the most beautiful places in Moscow). Marvel at the rarest treasures of the Russian Emperors. There are only five museums of this caliber in the world, none of which are quite like this. Home to 10 Fabergé eggs, the ivory throne of Ivan the Terrible, the coronation robes of the Russian Tsars and the biggest collectio...

    I had the best guide so knowledgeable and a really nice person. Stayed with me longer as well. So worth the money. Just wish I could remember her name.

  • Moscow: Kremlin and Diamond Fund Private Tour

    2. Moscow: Kremlin and Diamond Fund Private Tour

    Meet your private guide and step into the Kremlin. Enjoy a visit to this epic medieval fortress, gain insight into Russian heritage and culture, and grab picturesque photo opportunities at this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Skip-the-line and start your adventure in the most iconic and famous venue of Moscow, the symbol of the Russian statehood. Travel back to the 12th century when Moscow was three times smaller than the present territory of the Kremlin. Visit the most ancient building in Moscow, the Assumption Cathedral, where the last Emperor of the Russian Empire was crowned. Listen to the numerous stories about the Russian Tsars and Tsarinas, boyards and patriarchs, the last Emperor, and the communist government. After visiting the Kremlin, proceed to the Diamond Fund, one of the few treasures in the world, which keeps the crown jewels. Its collection is closely associated with the h...

    The guide was excellent but instructions for meeting point wasn’t very clear. We had to call you & Met the guide by chance.

  • Moscow Kremlin: Diamond Fund & Armoury 3.5-Hour Private Tour

    3. Moscow Kremlin: Diamond Fund & Armoury 3.5-Hour Private Tour

    Get a brief history of Russia as you walk to the Kremlin and pass the Soviet-era State Kremlin Palace. Continue to Cathedral Square to go inside the Cathedral of the Archangel, where the tomb of Ivan the Terrible can be found. Head to the Armoury Chamber to explore one of the city's oldest museums and admire the carriages of Elizabeth I and Alexander II. See the swords of Minin and Pozaharsky who liberated Moscow. Look at the Monomach Cap and other artifacts, such as the ivory throne of Ivan the Terrible and the incredible Fabergé Eggs. Proceed to the Diamond Fund to see a unique collection of jewelry and natural gems that date back to the Treasury of the Russian Crown. See the most notable parts of the collection including the Imperial Crown of Russia used in the coronation of Russian Czars, Orlov, Shah diamonds and other royal insignia.

    Segi was amazing, it was like having our own Russian historian take us through the ages of Moscow. First class and worth every penny

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What people are saying about Diamond Fund, Moscow

Kremlin and its treasuries of Armoury Chamber and Diamond Fund are impressive while recognizing an important notice that scheduled 3m4 hours are enough only for getting only a general and initial (though very inspiring !) impression. Nice as introductory tour in order to recognize that Armoury Chamber must be visited later for much more hours with a professional guide to continue further uncovering its mysteries and adore this fantastic and diverse exhibition !

Our guide Lubov was very kind and helpfull, also she spoke english very well. We were picked up at out hotel. The communication up forehand was good. She also took the time to show us the metrosystem. We have learned a lot about russian history. There is zo much to see within the kremlin. Also the armory is very enjoyable. I totally recommend this tour!

I had the best guide so knowledgeable and a really nice person. Stayed with me longer as well. So worth the money. Just wish I could remember her name.

Segi was amazing, it was like having our own Russian historian take us through the ages of Moscow. First class and worth every penny

Guide was most knowledgable, helpful and friendly. Made our day feel fabulous. Thank you