Ivan Dashkin, who owned the estate in the second half of the 19th century, was a prominent land-owner, and Bykovo was not his permanent place of residence. In Soviet times, the building housed a kindergarten for the children of Red Army officers, and later a tuberculosis clinic. Today the mansion is closed and off limits to the visitors. Despite this, Bykovo, with its park and church, is one of the region's most popular estates.
- Moscow Region, Ramensky District, Vereyskoye Rural Settlement, Bykovo Village, Ulitsa Kolkhoznaya
- st. Vikhino, Kuzminki
- free admission
- Closest stops:
- Khram (Klub)