VIP tour: Excursion to the Grand Kremlin Palace and Faceted Chamber
Duration: 1 h 30 min
(from 1 to 20 people)
During the guided tour in Grand Kremlin Palace you will visit:
The Faceted chamber – the chamber is a part of the Grand Kremlin Palace, its building has been preserved since the late XV century, built by decree of Tsar Ivan III. Originally called the Grand Chamber, it is the main ceremonial hall of the Grand Prince’s Palace where even today the highest level receptions take place.
St. Andrew’s Hall, a throne room, is named after the Order of St. Andrew the First-Called, founded in 1698, the motto “For Faith and Loyalty”. It is a venue for celebrations of the Russian government.
St. Alexander’s Hall – named after the Order of St. Alexander Nevsky, established in 1725, the motto “For Works and Fatherland.” The luxurious gilded decoration of the hall is in harmony with the unique parquet floor of 30 wood species.
St. Vladimir’s Hall is a small hall that links the Palace buildings of the XV-XVII and XIX centuries.
St. George’s Hall – named after the military order of St. George the Victorious, the highest order of the Russian army. On the walls of the hall there are marble plaques with the carved golden names of the Russian army military, which were awarded this title, such as Suvorov, Kutuzov, Ushakov, Nakhimov. The interior of the hall is distinguished by a unique solemnity; it is decorated with six chandeliers, weighing three tons each, a parquet floor made up of more than 20 wood species.
The rooms of the Terem Palace with the Cross Chamber and the Golden Porch.
Guest additional building (Avanzal).
Private Empress’s chambers with a study and a bedroom