The Moscow Kremlin is a fortress that is the home of the President of Russia, it is situated in the capital city of Russia, Moscow. The fortress was built in the late 15th century (1482–1495). It is a sizable complex that consists of five palaces, four cathedrals, a museum and enclosing walls and towers. It is an important part of Russia and Russian history. The complex consists of many different points of interest which include buildings and sculptures/monuments. The Kremlin is part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site with the neighbouring Red Square and St. Basil’s Cathedral.
The Kremlin is situated in the city centre of Moscow. Transport links to the Kremlin are good. The 158 bus stops close by. You can also take the metro to ‘Okhotny Ryad’ or ‘Lenin Library’ which are a short walk away from the Kremlin.
Opening Times and Admission
The museum at the Kremlin is open to visitors six days of the week, Friday to Wednesday 10am-5pm. Admission is set at 500Rbl.