Museums of the Moscow Kremlin July 3, will reopen for visitors
The Moscow Kremlin museums (CMI) will reopen to visitors on 3 July, said on Wednesday the press service of the Museum.
The Armoury chamber architectural ensemble of the Cathedral square is organized by sessions.
"Tickets can be purchased on the website. At the same time museums will be able to visit no more than 150 people. Excursion service is possible in the group no more than five people. Work with tour groups larger will begin after the lifting of all restrictions related to the spread of coronavirus infection", - stated in the message.
As told in the press service, the visit to the Museum is regulated by norms developed by Rospotrebnadzor and the Ministry of culture, according to which the guests of the Museum it is necessary to use a mask and gloves.
It is noted that the entrance to the Kremlin on July 3, is carried out through the Trinity and Borovitsky gate.
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