The summer season is over, and the only way to get to the Street Art Museum is to take a guided tour at weekends. You can also visit us sometimes at our pop up events, which you can learn more about on our Events page.

Tours of the permanent collection inside the plastic factory are held every Saturday and Sunday at 1 PM and 2 PM. Tours last one hour and cost 350 rubles (250 rubles for students). Groups meet at the museum entrance on Industrial Prospekt. Strollers are strictly forbidden due to safety reasons.


At 1 PM. The main theme of this tour is the interconnectedness of art and industry. The tour will be particularly interesting to those who want to go inside the factory plant. Inside the factory you will see one of the oldest works in our collection, a piece by the artist Kreemos entitled, “God at Work”.


At 2 PM. This tour is named after one of Russian street artist Pavel 183’s best known work—a slab of concrete painted to resemble an Alyonka chocolate bar. Artists from all over the world come to our museum reimagine the industrial space, and this tour explores the ways in which their art is giving the factory a new, brighter future.


If you need a tour in English please send us an email to [email protected]. You can register for the tour in Russian here: