The Museum “Tsaritsyno” The museum-reserve Tsaritsyno is located in the south of Moscow and includes an architectural complex of the late 18th century, Greenhouses, Historical Landscaped Park with ponds and new park zones with Light dynamic fountain. The territory covers 405 hectares.The palace complex created as a suburb residence of the Empress Catherine II. It was designed and built by the architect Vasily Bazhenov. Later the new Grand Palace by Matvey Kazakov became the center of composition. The buildings were not completed. After the Empress’s death work stopped.The Decorative Art Museum of the USSR nations was established in 1984. In 1992 the museum was transformed into the Historical Architectural Art and Landscape Museum-Reserve “Tsaritsyno”.Tsaritsyno Park is one of the oldest landscaped parks in Russia. Since 2014 park banner exhibitions introduce the Tsaritsyno history and some items of the collections.In summer time it’s possible to move across the central part of the territory by museum electric car. Visitors can hire a boat or catamaran on the ponds. There are areas of active recreation on the territory of the Museum-Reserve: ski trail, ice rink, climbing wall, dance floor.