Discover more on a Museum tour

How was this made? What did the artist want to say? Why is this art? A fascinating tour of Garage will provide answers to questions like these, and many more.

Armed with expert knowledge of the Museum's exhibitions, our experienced Garage Guides will introduce you to some of the most important and influential Russian and international artists and their works. You just need to choose the tour that's best for you.

Individual Tours

These tours are designed for those who value an individual approach, are eager to learn more than just what is written in guidebooks, and who want to look at art from a different perspective.

  • Duration: 60 to 90 minutes
  • Exhibition tours (groups of 1 to 20) — 3,000 rubles.
  • The price of the tour does not include an entrance ticket.

Tours for Students and Schoolchildren

Every weekday, young tour guides conduct free group tours for students and schoolchildren, providing them with an interesting, interactive, and innovative way to experience contemporary art.

Tours for Children

What can you expect to find at the Museum? Why do we need museums at all? Special tours for children and families will satisfy the curiosity of Garage’s youngest visitors and give them the chance to explore the mysteries of the artist’s craft.

  • Duration: 60 to 90 minutes
  • Exhibition tours (groups of 1 to 20) — 3,000 rubles.
  • The price of the tour does not include an entrance ticket.

A Day at Garage

The special program A Day at Garage will give you the chance to both learn something new and relax away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. With A Day at Garage, you can enjoy a tour of one of the Museum's many exhibitions, followed by a fresh lunch made by the Garage Café head chef.

Keep in mind, too, that Garage Museum of Contemporary Art is more than just exhibitions—the building itself is a landmark of contemporary architecture and design.

  • Tours are 60 minutes long
  • Lunch is 60 minutes long (menu to be decided upon separately)
  • Between 5 and 20 people can be part of one tour group
  • The cost of the tour is between 8,000 and 23,000 rubles. An entrance ticket to the exhibitions is sold separately.

Do you have a GARAGE card or Fan ID? You are entitled to a 15% discount on all tours.


Anastasia Evtushenko

Tel.: +7 495 645 05 20 ext. 1017
Mob.: +7 967 037 17 50

Contact for Travel Companies

Anna Lozhkina

Tel.: +7 (495) 645-05-20 доб. 1129
Mob.: +7 (963) 621-54-07

Are you a GARAGE cardholder? You are entitled to a 15% discount on all tours.


Mila Yakovenko

Mila Yakovenko has been a Garage tour guide since 2014 and will shortly graduate from the Russian State University for the Humanities in Art History and Curating. She has co-curated two exhibitions: the YA_MY special project of the 4th Moscow International Biennale for Young Art, and Art Night at the RSUH. She is interested in the relationship between new technology and contemporary art.

Zhanna Sevostyanova

Zhanna Sevostyanova has been at guide at Garage since 2010. She is currently studying Museology at the Russian State University for the Humanities, Department of Art History. Her professional interests include avant-garde and constructivist architecture. Zhanna has a lot of experience in developing city walking tours and working with groups of all ages.

Marina Romanova

Marina Romanova has been a Garage guide since 2015. She studied journalism at the Faculty of Communications, Media and Design at the National Research University Higher School of Economics.  Marina has been examining the interaction between contemporary media and contemporary art, which constantly pushes the viewer to reflect on and problematize the contemporary condition, and his or her personal situation. So why not try to gain a deeper understanding of the objects that you are studying? 

Anton Dvortsevoy

Anton Dvortsevoy has been a Garage guide since 2017. He graduated in Eastern Studies from the National Research University Higher School of Economics, where he specialized in Chinese History and Culture. During his training at Shanghai University he got interested in contemporary art market in China. His professional interests include Asian history and culture, contemporary and traditional art of East Asia, the history of religions and Taoist philosophy.

Ksenia Sedyakina

Ksenia Sedyakina has been a Garage guide since 2017. Having studied foreign languages and international communication, she knows how to explain difficult subjects in simple words and turn a tour into a lively discussion and exchange of ideas. She is interested in architecture and the way it reflects the developments society and art.

Get up close to the world of contemporary art!GARAGE CARD: Free, priority entry to exhibitions, discounts at Garage Bookshop and Garage Café, special events, and other privileges for one year
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