The Tsar’s Feast

This exhibition at the Dining Chamber of the Palace of Tsar Alexey Mikhailovich revives one of the most important court ceremonies of middle XVII century and is a follow-up of the Palace interior reconstruction carried out in 2010. The dishes traditionally served at the Tsar’s feast of the time – baked swan, pheasant and goose, roasted piglet, sturgeon, caviar, figured bread loaves and gingerbread, gilded marzipan trees and sugar sculptures of the Moscow Kremlin and the Front Gate of Kolomenskoye – have all been created by well-known master, confectioner Aldis Bricevs. The media part of the exhibition will re-create the gala atmosphere of the feast at the monarch’s palace!

Some of the exhibits are adapted for visually challenged visitors.

Dining Chamber, Palace of Tsar Alexey Mikhailovich, Kolomenskoye

Long-term exhibition

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