The Armoury is a part of the Moscow Kremlin and today serves as a museum. The items exhibited here are priceless. From medieval period weapons to modern works of art, this museum represents one of the greatest treasuries of Eastern European heritage in the world.
The most valuable item in the Armory Museum is the collection of ten Faberge Eggs. The eggs represent authentic masterpieces from the late 19th century. It belonged to the royal family until the October Revolution when they got scattered all over the world. In the last couple of years, ten of those were brought back to their home.
Being a part of the Kremlin, the Armory is easy to get to.
Tickets are 300 rubles for adults and 50 for school children.