Construction was overseen by Sheremetev's serf architects Fyodor Argunov and Alexey Mironov. Kuskovo is a rarity in Russia, as it remained in the same hands for 300 years, all the way to the revolution of 1917. The Soviet authorities also took care of the Sheremetevs' wealth. In 1919, while other estates were used for the opening of sanatoriums and labs, and their contents disappeared without a trace, a museum was opened in Kuskovo, and it continues to operate to this day.
- Ulitsa Yunosti, 2
- st. Ryazansky Prospekt, Vikhino, Novogireyevo
- from 50 rub.
- 7 (495) 375 31 31, 7 (495) 370 01 60
- Closest stops:
- Muzey Kuskovo, Ulitsa Yunosti