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Vladimir Vysotskii Museum (Muzei Vladimira Vysotskogo), Moscow

Vladimir Vysotskii Museum (Muzei Vladimira Vysotskogo) - Moscow, Russian Federation
Vladimir Vysotskii Museum (Muzei Vladimira Vysotskogo)
Nizhniy Taganskiy Tupik 3, Moscow, Russian Federation 109Map
+7 495 915 7578
Neighborhood: East
Overview

This museum has operated since June 1992. The idea of creating a museum dedicated to the great Russian songwriter and actor, Vladimir Vysotskii, started to surface in the beginning of 1980s after his untimely death. The museum has permanent and temporary exhibitions that tell visitors about the artistic life of 'Russia's Bob Dylan'. He was one of the first songwriters to question the Soviet system. The Vysotskii's son became a director of the museum in 1996. The museum publishes a yearly almanac 'Vysotskii's World: Research and Materials'. In April of 1998, the museum hosted its first international conference, 'Vladimir Vysotskii and Russian Culture of the 1960s and 70s'.

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Vladimir Vysotskii Museum (Muzei Vladimira Vysotskogo) General Information
  • Open Hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 11:00 AM to 06:00 PM
  • Type: Attractions & Landmarks
  • Credit Cards Accepted: mastercard, visa
  • Nearest Train: Taganskaya
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