Welcome to Kuskovo Manor, the summer entertainment country-house of count Peter Sheremetiev which was intended for parties, celebrations and entertainments. For more than half a century beginning with 1739 and ending with 1792 count P. B. Sheremetiev, son of Peter the Great’s associate Field-Marshal B. P. Sheremetiev, has built and decorated the manor. His summer residence was not inferior to the tsar’s palace in refinement and magnificence.
The pond. Standing on its opposite side one can catch the wonderful view of the Grand Palace.
The ducks are enjoying the weather and the water.
The road leads right to the Grand Palace past the Church.
Do you feel like taking a ride?
The wooden Grand Palace is the main unit of the Manor. It was built in 1769-1775.
For the first time the Manor was mentioned in the 16th century. It is never crowded as the place is far from the subway and the admission fee is charged here. The situation can be different only on Saturdays as people like celebrating weddings here. Besides, the museum is closed on Monday and Tuesday.