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This astounding estate, once a summer residence, comprises a central palace with a magnificent ballroom, several smaller buildings, each impressive in its own right, and a huge park complete with French gardens, ponds, lakes and sculptures.
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The property belonged to the Seheremtyev family and has a huge park, ponds and buildings in different styles, some of them being restored presently. The main building was the family summer place, where Catherine the Great used to go and visit. The ball room is...More
Only 50 rubles to enter the grounds - definitely worth taking a picnic with you.
The rowing boats are great fun and the water is clean and clear.
Unfortunately, I was not so impressed with viewing the inside of the palace, orangery and other buildings...More
Look it is an estate with history on its side the manor house or mansion is worth a visit.
The park well not Moscow's best the lake and surrounds are good for sun worshippers.
Yes it is a bit of a walk to get there...More
This place once belonged to one of the riches aristocratic families in Russia. The owners of estate had an unlimited resources to make their dwelling as fancy and beautiful as their hearts desired. The house, it's surroundings and fancy things inside are definitely not to...More
The American Chamber of Commerce did several July 4th celebrations at this location. We have visited many times during the last 18 years. Walk through and visit each of the different buildings. Take the tour inside the mansion. Lovely architecture and gardens.
Very nice park, Lots of parking place when we got there.
Waling around, visiting the castle and the Holland house.
Castle is great! Too bad you are not allowed to take pictures, even not without flash.
Very disappointing was the food in the cafe.
The is a historic palace on the outskirts of the city. You will need to take a car. The staff is mostly non-English speaking and the English signage is obsolete and absent during renovations. I walked ten minutes to find one bathroom was closed, and...More
It’s not very easy to get there but it’s totally worth!
By metro: take the purple line and stop at Vichino, then walk straight on for about 20 minutes, passing two little shopping centers. When you reach a long pond, turn left and keep going...More
Response from ckynet777 | Reviewed this property |
hi, on public transport can be reached by metro and buses, but it is not convenient. it is best to go with the Kursk railway station to the station of Kuskovo. and there's the Park itself and the estate.