Marina Tsvetaeva House-Museum

That very place
The Marina Tsvetaeva House-Museum is located in the very centre of Moscow, just around the corner from Novy Arbat. From 1914 to 1922, Marina Tsvetaeva lived in a one-and-a-half storey flat of the old mansion, which is now over 150 years old. The museum's collection stores more than 50 thousand items. The total area of the museum is 1,200 m2.

In 2018-2019, the museum launched two major projects: 'The Lecture Hall of the House' (lectures of renowned speakers in four areas: theatre, music, architecture, literature) and Alisa Grebenshchikova's theatre laboratory 'The House'.

The Life and Work of Marina Tsvetaeva'
First floor
A tour of Marina Tsvetaeva's memorial apartment is the most appropriate introduction to the biography and creative path of this great 20th century poet. On this tour of the flat's first floor, viewers will get a chance to see the dining room, hallway and the guest room, which currently hosts temporary exhibitions. Visitors will learn about Tsvetaeva's youth in tsarist Russia and after the revolution. The online tour is led by Maria Stepanova, a senior researcher at the museum.
The Life and Work of Marina Tsvetaeva'
Second floor.
On a tour of the flat's second floor, viewers will continue their introduction to the house where M. Tsvetaeva used to live with her family from 1914 to 1922. You will visit the flat's second level, see unique memorabilia and witness the legendary place of the height of Tsvetaeva's creative gift: she wrote nine poems, six plays and hundreds of poetic and prose lines during her life in this house. The online tour is led by Maria Stepanova, a senior researcher at the museum.
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