Hot line number
8-800-700-33-77. The call is free of charge from all regions of Russia.
Dear passengers, beginning on September 24th and until the 28th (inclusive), the actual time of train departure from Kievsky station towards Vnukovo airport shall be 15:27 (regular scheduled departure time is 15:30).

Aeroexpress and Museum of Moscow Launch Joint Campaign to Coincide with City Day

Sep 5, 2018

In September, Aeroexpress passengers will have an opportunity to visit the Museum of Moscow free of charge.

On 8th–30th September, the company’s passengers purchasing Family & Friends and Family & Friends Round-Trip tickets will have an opportunity to visit one of five exhibitions at the Museum of Moscow.

This offer is valid for the following:

History of Moscow for Kids and Adults, where visitors will be able to see Moscow Kremlin mock-ups in various times;

My Street Finds, where unique historical objects found by archeologists on Moscow’s streets in 2018 are represented;

Voluntary Control international youth project;

Moscow’s Multicontours, photo exhibition by Nikolai Drachinsky;

Petlyura Archeology historical installation.

To visit the exhibition for free, one needs to show their e-ticket on their mobile device at the museum ticket office. Tickets provide free entrance right before the end of September.

“On the occasion of City Day, we, together with the Museum of Moscow, have decided to give a nice bonus to Aeroexpress passengers and grant them an opportunity to visit one exhibition if they purchase tickets online. Our company has been actively developing e-sales for our passengers’ convenience, and this campaign might become a great addition to the service,” commented Ekaterina Lobanova, Press Secretary of Aeroexpress.

 “There are now two exhibitions on Moscow’s history, that can tell lots of exciting facts about Russia’s capital. We are pleased to welcome Aeroexpress passengers at our museum and hope that our cooperation will become a good tradition,” said the museum’s representative.

Moreover, a special display will open at the Belorussky Rail Terminal in September, representing retro photos of the station and Tverskoy region from the museum archives.