GUM Trading House

GUM Trading House is a living monument of history, which managed to preserve its original appearance and spirit of the time, a bright personality and a world landmark. The same symbol of the capital as the Kremlin or the Bolshoi theatre, GUM stands on the Red Square, in the heart of Moscow. It was built in 1889 in the combination of ancient traditions and modern technology. The building in neo-Russian style has three floors and three lines of shops. GUM can accommodate about 40,000 customers at once. In GUM there are many brands of designer clothes and shoes. Here you can buy a fur coat from the world's most expensive fur Blackglama, visit the world's first Louis Vuitton boutique with a luxurious lounge and try on new images from the collections of famous fashion houses. In addition, Articoli GUM presents the latest innovations in the beauty industry. You need to come here at least just to taste the famous ice cream and to start your trip with the CityPass.

How to find the pickup point "Information Center" in the GUM

The Information Center in the GUM is located on the 3rd floor, 3rd line, between offices of the VTB bank (in Russian: ВТБ) and Megafon store (in Russian: Мегафон).

You can find the image of the "Information center" and the location of the pavilion on the map in the photo gallery below.

Contacts and location

What else does Moscow CityPass include

Moscow CityPass is a single electronic card for tourists, which include visits to the best museums and excursions, the best deals and discounts.


Free Entry to the all City Sightseeings
Guidebook + city map
in russian, english and chinese
Transport pass
for 20 rides
(only for CityPass
with transport)
SIM card:
calls and internet (24 hours for free)
Discounts and benefits
in the shops, restaurants and taxies
Without queuing
To the top attractions


3, Red Square, Moscow, GUM, 3rd floor, 3rd line, between offices of the VTB bank (in Russian: ВТБ) and Megafon store (in Russian: Мегафон)

Ploschad Revolyutsii
Okhotny Riad

+7(966) 344-1508



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  • Great
    “What to see in Moscow? There are many options. As for us, we went to Pokrovsky Sobor straight after buying CityPass. According to the guidebooks, it is one of the best places to visit in Moscow. We saw Pokrovsky Cathedral on many postcards and knew that it was a religious symbol of Moscow, that’s why it was our first choice. And only then we went to the Kremlin. Being so individual the exterior and interior of St. Basil’s Cathedral are impressive. It’s a true eye candy! We really liked the picturesque view of the Red Square and the Moskva River from the cathedral viewpoint. By the way, using the pass we skipped the line which was great! The line was huge during the FIFA World Cup. Apparently, it is not so easy to get the tickets to St. Basil's Cathedral during the high season. With Moscow СityPass you just need to show it to security guards and they will let you go to the ticket office to validate the pass. Inside the church you can also get an audio guide. Highly recommended!”
  • Great
    Es war supergeil, ich habe viel gesehen. Wie versprochen habe ich viel gespart. Also es war toll, jeder Zeit wieder.
  • Great
    Great oportunity to explore Moscow!! Thank you very much! In addition to the entry to museums, a map and a guidebook we have got a lot of different bonuses.... An audioguide, taxi and sales in cafees :) That was an amazing trip!
  • Great
    Thank you Moscow CityPass for unfogettable time in Moscow! We've bought 2 Passes, for me and my girlfriend. We saved around 90 euros and a lot of time! It was awesome to enter Kremlin and Tretyakov gallery without queues, because threre were really huge queues! And of course discounts in the top restaurants was preety addition :) Recomended to everyone who is going to Moscow ^ - ^
  • Great
    Molto efficace per budgettizzare il costo della vacanza, c'e praticamente tutto quello che vale la pena di vedere per turismo.
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