The Cocoa and Chocolate Museum is a must-visit venue for fans of Belgian Chocolate.
The National Wax Museum Plus offers a museum experience unlike any other. Why not come see for yourself!
During his ten-year artistic career, Van Gogh was highly prolific. The largest collection of his work – more than 200 paintings, 437 drawings and 31 prints – can be found in the Van Gogh Museum.
A visit to the Tretyakov Gallery is a definite must for anyone interested in Russian art and culture. The Tretyakov Gallery houses one of the most celebrated and extensive collections of Russian art and artifacts in the world.
Visit the largest depository of historical documents and relics of the 1941-1945 period.
The Hermitage Museum is one of the oldest and largest museums in Russia and ranks among the most prestigious museums in the world. It is located in 5 historical buildings, one of which is the Winter Palace – the former residence of the Russian Imperial family. The state rooms of the Winter Palace are magnificently decorated with marble malachite, jasper and lapis lazuli, which provide a fine background for the Hermitage’s many treasures.
The State Russian Museum is the finest collection of Russian art from ancient icons to avant-garde and Soviet material, housed in the Mikhailovsky Palace.
The Russian Ethnographic Museum was founded in 1901 as a branch of the Russian Museum. The right wing of the Mikhailovsky Palace was rebuilt in 1900-1911 by architect V. Svinyin in neoclassicism style for the collections of the Ethnographic Department.
The Camp Nou Tour is the best way to experience Barca from within.
Here you can join master classes of smithery, weaving, cooking traditional dishes and many other.
Situated right outside of Kyiv, Pirogovo consists of 6 parts, each representing a different region of Ukraine. It's basically a simulation of Ukrainian life from 16th century to this day.
Explore the numerous exhibits of documents of military commanders, participants of the war,collection of orders, medals, letters and more.
The display of the exhibition tells about the biggest radioecological disaster.