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Salford’s Seven Brothers Brewery will be holding a virtual Zoom tour and beer tasting to interact with customers and to allow people to “enjoy the night together… but apart.”

The brewery offered regular group visits before the pandemic, but had to switch to virtual tours to work within Government Covid guidelines.

The tour consists of a 30-minute guided journey through the brewery, following the process of how the beer is made. The trip will then end with guests getting involved with a virtual beer tasting with host and events manager Beth Atton.

The pandemic has hit hard for everyone and the continued involvement from customers has left Seven Brothers “very grateful” for the massive amount of support.

🍺 MARCH VIRTUAL TOURS 🍺 Have you taken part in one of our virtual tours & beer tasting sessions yet? Join us for some Friday night beery entertainment – perfect for date night or why not join with your family and friends as a group! Book now via: https://t.co/gQxP2Fg2n0 pic.twitter.com/NDWwc0NKEx — SEVEN BRO7HERS BREWING CO. (@SEVENBRO7HERS) February 24, 2021

The brewery is also due to open a MediaCity bar next door to Pret A Manger with work to start next month.

*Over 18’s only*

The family-run company started seven years ago after father Eric McAvoy began brewing his own beer at home (a surprisingly popular pastime that a lot of people have taken up since the beginning of lockdown) with the help of his seven sons and their families.

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Sister company  Sisters Distillery  started three years ago with the four McAvoy sisters coming together and creating Salford Gin Distillery.

🥈WORLD GIN AWARDS 2021🥈 We are so proud of this little beauty. Our Cherry Gin has won SILVER at the World Gin Awards 2021! 🍒 This is a firm favourite in our range and we’re so happy to receive this award! pic.twitter.com/B2Ka5ZB48c — SIS4ERS DISTILLERY (@foursis4ers) February 25, 2021

Seven Brothers has always been vegan and fully supports those interests and beliefs. Head of marketing Alison Watson said:

“It’s nice to be within a team and listen to everyone’s point of view, after making several requests from the public we wanted it to be easy to find vegan beers.”

Clients can purchase the virtual beer tasting on the Seven Brothers website.

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Something's brewing in Salford: the story of Seven Bro7hers

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How one local family made a business out of home-brew

WE'VE all had brilliant business ideas after a few pints in the pub. But for Salford's Seven Bro7hers Brewery, the seeds of their fast-growing craft beer enterprise were sown at a much earlier age, and the 'pub' was the cellar of their home in Weaste.

Explains Nathan McAvoy, one of the seven brothers who set-up the brewery, “Dad was a home-brewer. He had these 'recipes' for making very strong beer in the cellar and wash room. There was the odd mishap and explosion. You'd come down in the morning and there'd be beer all over the floor.

“That's how we got started. And growing up into our teenage years, we just carried on doing it.”

Eleven kids – no wonder he needed a drink

You can well imagine the Dad of this eleven-sibling family escaping to the cellar for some time-out with his fermenters and mash tuns. As the sons grew older, they started playing around with their own recipes and creating their own beers. But they had bigger plans than a few kegs for family gatherings.

Says Keith McAvoy: “It was being out in Oslo where the beer scene is just incredible that gave us the impetus and the idea. A few years down the line, we are where we are.”

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The beer goes far but the family's sticking in Salford

The brewery is just a few miles from their childhood home, on an industrial estate in Salford Quays. It's their second premises after they rapidly outgrew their original brewery where the brothers used to fill bottles by hand.

Greg McAvoy once blitzed through 5,000 hand-filled bottles in one week. He was also responsible for building an electronic control system for the brewery's cooling cylinders which all the brothers can access from an app on their phones – and which saved them about £35,000 in costs.

It probably took us 100 home brews to get it to a point where we were happy with it to sell

In case you hadn't noticed, this is a very entrepreneurial family. Four of the brothers are now employed full-time at the brewery. And the four McAvoy sisters are also making a mark in the drinks world. They've recently set up their own business: Sis4ers Distillery, which is based in the same building as the brewery, and lists the five-star Lowry Hotel as a stockist of their premium gin.

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It all began with an IPA

But back to the brothers. Their bestselling beer is their classic IPA which has a crisp, slightly citrusy taste.

Says Nathan, “It probably took us 100 home-brews to get it to a point where we were happy with it to sell. It's a style of beer most people are familiar with. I think everyone knows what they're going to get when they try an IPA.”

Another big seller is their Watermelon Wheat Beer which does a roaring trade in the summer months. A porter, a session ale, a lager and an EPA make up their current range. Their beer now gets distributed all over the country and is sold in supermarkets Booths and the Co-op.

Let's get a pint in at The Pev

Back at the beginning though, it was one of Manchester's most iconic pubs that gave them their first sale: Peveril of the Peak.

Says Nathan, “The owner there Maurice is a great guy. I get on with him a lot. That's the kind of customer we like. Someone that's really open with us. And very vocal with us and not afraid to get into dialogue and ask questions.”

Brew Back Fridays – beer, street food and live music

Nowadays if you want the full Seven Bro7hers range, your best bet is to head to the  Seven Bro7hers Beer House  in Ancoats, or to the brewery itself, which does tours and has its own Tap Room which is open to the public on Fridays from 2pm to 8pm and Saturdays from 12pm to 6pm.

Every last Friday of the month they put on a Brew Back event in the Tap Room with street food and live music. The next one is on Friday 29 May and features Australian beat-boxing fusion band, the Uptown Monotones. It's free in and the band starts from 5pm.

Says Keith, “We're open for everyone to come in and have a look and experience it. That's what we're all about. Bringing people in, being open, inclusive and being part of the beer community.”

Cheers to that. And to their Dad, who could never have imagined his cellar-made home-brew would have led to all this.

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The story of... Seven Bro7hers Brewery

Could you imagine working side by side with your family every day? How about with seven siblings? To some of us that might sound horrifying: but at Seven Bro7hers Brewery, it works like a dream. Brewing genius Greg McAvoy, alongside his hardworking brothers Keith, Kit, Nathan, Danny, Guy and Luke started Seven Bro7hers as a way to work together a team. They just so happen to have cracked the art of brewing high quality craft beer in the process.

These apples didn’t fall too far from the tree. They cite their main inspiration behind the business as their dad, whose pride and joy was a home brewing kit he brewed with down in the cellar of their family home. “The older you get the more you start recognising the huge influence your parents had on you,” they say. “We all agree that our dad had a massive impact on us and he played a monumental part in sparking our interest in brewing beer.”

After months of planning and a period living in Oslo - an inspiring city with brewpubs aplenty - the brothers got together over a beer and decided to go it and set up their own brewery. Kit, Nathan and Greg got to work on brewing and creating recipes, Guy and Dan designed and built the brewery, Keith created the business plan and Luke became the man behind the IT systems. They each applied their different backgrounds and skills to begin the Seven Bro7hers Brewery journey, and they sold our first pint of beer in August 2014.

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In the last couple of years, Seven Bro7hers Brewery opened its first bar in the city centre of Manchester after a successful round of crowdfunding. The beerhouse serves a mouthwatering menu of gourmet burgers and hot dogs to accompany its finest beers in keg, cask, bottles and cans. They also stock and rotate a few selected guest beers.

Looking to the future, the brothers’ plans for Seven Bro7hers brewery include opening more beerhouses, increasing production, and bringing canning and bottling in-house.

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One of the core principles behind Seven Bro7hers beer is that they’re #clearwithbeer in everything they do. This is beer created with everyone in mind: from the complete novice to the craft beer geek.

Seven Bro7thers’ IPA is a 5% ABV with a notable bitterness, while the Watermelon Wheat Beer , at a slightly lower 4.5%, is sweeter, subtler and fruitier, infused with fresh watermelon. With strawberry and pineapple aromas, it’s an ideal summer beer. For something a little lighter that’ll go the distance, the Seven Bro7hers Session is perfect: it’s a very refreshing option with citrus and tropical aromas and has only 3.8% ABV.

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What a fantastic venue. The Tap Room bar and event space hired for a family party, has to be one of the most unique venues in Salford. The bar staff couldn’t of been more helpful. A wide selection of ales brewed on site plus gins... from the 4 Sisters brewery on the same estate. We were given the freedom to provide our own catering, entertainment linked into their PA system, and to decorate the event area. The attentive staff provided day time access, worked tirelessly through the night, and helped us to clear the area at the end of the evening. There was also an adjacent outdoor covered seating area which had been cleared and made ready for us. Which on such a hot night was used at some time by most of our guests. Would recommend this venue and staff team for any large party, (we had 60+ but the venue could cope with up to 100), that you may have in mind. Will definitely use the facilities again. Great value for money, minimum spend on the bar covered the initial venue hire. Thanks for a great evening. More

This was our first visit to Manchester, Media City, and we were in search of a decent place to enjoy a beer and a blether; Seven Bro7hers did not disappoint! It's rare to find a drinking establishment where the staff are both passionate and knowledgeable... about the range on offer, and honestly couldn't have been any more approachable. Our beer sommelier listened to our individual preferences, gave personal recommendations, and somehow managed to look after us as well as everyone else effortlessly. A major highlight was meeting and chatting with one of The Brothers, who's depth of brewing understanding left us in awe. Total fan boys! If you're looking for the perfect craft beer experience, this is it. Unpretentious, inclusive, and genuine. Don't like beer? Try the rum, it's outstanding! More

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Really enjoyed the brewery tour and tasting at Seven Bro7hers. Kate our hostess was very knowledgeable about the company, brewing beers and the local competition. If you’re looking for a chilled out afternoon, with a few beers and some interesting beer related info check them... out. The beer is also delicious!! More

There was a mistake with my order as only 1 box was sent instead of 2. Resolved within 2 days and was given complimentary pint glass and bonus couple of cans. Superb service, very pleased. Thank you!

Went to seven brothers and got served by the lovely manager Rory. Best pints of Lager I’ve ever had. Could not be more pleased and could not recommend this place. 10 out of 10 stars from Rachel

Seven Brothers is a craft brewery in Salford Quays, just behind Media City in Manchester. The 2 hour tour gives a fascinating insight into how the seven brothers (yes really 7) started out and grew it into such an innovative craft brewery; how the beers... are developed with passion and determination, and how the various types of ales, lagers etc are brewed through a delicate balance of science and art. Beth, our tour guide, was very knowledgeable and really brought the whole experience to life with amusing stories from watermelons to cornflakes. The tour concludes with tasting several of the beers, with generous samples! And of course the Taproom is open if you’d like to drink more afterwards…. We thoroughly enjoyed the tour and HIGHLY RECOMMEND it to anyone who appreciates a beer, be it occasionally or often! More

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Had a excellent and informative tour of the brewery, Beth are hostess was brilliant and very knowledgeable about all aspects of the brewery and brewing process. Very much recommend a visit..

When I arrived at Seven Bro7hers for the Pop Up Painting event I didn’t know what to expect but I was pleasantly surprised. Beth, our host was most friendly and welcoming. The beer was divine, the smell was incredible and the atmosphere was fantastic. I’ll... definitely be visiting again for the beer tasting sessions and to learn more about their process. I would think that it would be a great and unique venue for a private party. More

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Hi Annie we're so sorry we missed this review back in March. thanks for taking time to leave a great review We hope you visited many more time over the year. Cheers

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Brewing masters Seven Bro7hers to merge with Four Sis4ers Distillery

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Danny Jones

Local brewers Seven Bro7hers and gin distillery Four Sis4ers are set to merge to form one big Salfordian alcohol outfit. You love to see it.

With Seven Bros already being a household name, operating out of four locations in Manchester alone, not to mention more and more sites opening up across the country and their beloved beers stocked in ASDA, Morrisons, Co-op, Booths and soon Aldi too, the brand just keeps getting bigger.

Now, the next step in that development will see the McAvoy brothers link up with their real-life sisters and their aptly named company, FOUR SIS4ERS Distillery , to form one big happy family business.

While many aware of the two companies’ connection always wondered whether it would happen, this link-up will finally put all 11 McAvoy siblings under one commercial roof, allowing customers and consumers access to a ‘one stop’ shop for craft beer, gin , rum and who knows what in the future.

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The takeover will see a rebrand of the craft gin distillery aimed at bringing the portfolio in line with the brother’s lucrative core beers, targeting grocery buyers and convenience stores.

Inspired by their father’s home-brewing legacy, the company was founded in 2014 by the seven McAvoy brothers themselves: Guy, Keith, Luke, Daniel, Nathan, Kit, and Greg.

Following their success, the McAvoy sisters Kerry Collins, Hayley Robinson, Kate Haslam, and Lucy White then decided they wanted in on the action and launched SIS4ERS Distillery back in 2018.

With their own reputation growing exponentially, it seemed only natural to bring them on board. The merger will make SEVEN BRO7HERS BREWING CO the largest alcohol family in the industry. Try 55 direct relatives. Absolutely massive.

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Keith McAvoy, CEO of Seven Bro7hers said: “Our sisters have built a brilliant portfolio of delicious, unique gins and rums unlike others in the marketplace. We believe with the right branding strategy and access to our fantastic network, we’ll be able to grow the business and get the products in front of new buyers.

“We are excited to be under one roof. Family is the foundation of our business, so it is fantastic to bring the sisters into our fold. Now you really can #jointhefamily , drink and serve the full family collection of amazing beers and spirits.”

Lucy White of SIS4ERS DISTILLERY, said: “The merger feels like a natural progression for our business. The brothers have had great success taking the brewery from in-house webshop to store and we can’t wait to see where that wealth of experience takes the FOUR SIS4ERS brand.”

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SEVEN BRO7HERS currently run successful beer houses in Middlewood Locks, MediaCityUK, Ancoats and, of course, their HQ, taproom and brewery in the heart of Salford .

Always looking to grow their portfolio — as exampled by the Four Sis4ers merger — they also opened their partnership bar at Manchester Airport ‘s new T2 Departure Lounge in July 2020, before planting their first flag on the rest of the UK in May 2021 with their new Beerhouse in the heart of Liverpool.

Together with the help of their sisters, who have already seen their success not only in day-to-day sales but with hosting gin tours and tastings, as well as bookable event spaces, the sky is the limit for the McAvoy family.

Dad would be proud.

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Daisy Jackson

Rigatoni’s has announced the immediate closure of another one of its restaurants, just months after a huge rebrand.

The restaurant, formerly known as Sugo Pasta Kitchen (and latterly Sud), is bowing out of one its locations in the city centre.

They confirmed yesterday that their kitchen space at Exhibition, the beautiful food hall on Peter Street, is already closed.

The news comes just over a month since they announced they were shutting their restaurant in Sale.

Its restaurants in Ancoats and Altrincham remain open but it means that the number of locations has halved since the rebrand.

Sud Pasta founders Michael and Alex de Martiis decided to rebrand the restaurants as Rigatoni’s in a bid to create a ‘sustainable business’ that would stand the test of time.

With Rigatoni’s, they have created a menu of hearty pasta dishes which are priced from just £7.50, each featuring pasta made fresh on site daily.

But they have said that their site in Exhibition has ‘stretched us too thin’.

They also said that the food hall is a ‘great place’ and that they will ‘for sure continue to cheer them on from the sidelines’.

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Speaking of closing their Exhibition pasta kitchen site, Rigatoni’s wrote: “Just so you know… It’s with a heavy heart that we need to tell you folks that we’ve closed our kitchen @exhibition.mcr in the city centre.

“We’ve thoroughly enjoyed our time there, but have come to realise that our Altrincham and Ancoats restaurants need our complete focus and attention with the recent launch of Rigatoni’s.

“Unfortunately in this regard our Exhibition kitchen has stretched us too thin meaning we’re not able to give it the all that we and they require.

“We’d like to thank the entire team at Exhibition and wish them nothing but the best moving forward. Great place and will for sure continue to cheer them on from the sidelines.”

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Instead, he was then said to have “made off on foot”, and later reported the collision by attending Leigh Police Station.

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The former PC first appeared at Liverpool Magistrates’ Court in May 2023, where he pleaded guilty to failing to stop after an accident, and was subsequently disqualified from driving for six months, as well as handed a hefty £2,500 fine.

The driving ban was downgraded to seven penalty points on appeal, GMP revealed.

He then appeared at an accelerated misconduct hearing at GMP’s HQ last Friday (15 March), and was dismissed without notice after admitting his actions amounted to gross misconduct.

It’s also been ordered that PC Hopkins’ name be added to the ‘College of Policing Barred List’.

Chief Constable Stephen Watson, who presided over the GMP misconduct hearing, called PC Hopkins’ actions “unlawful” and “injurious”.

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Following PC Hopkins being dismissed last week, CC Watson commented: “PC Hopkins’ offending behaviour was clearly unlawful and injurious to the public’s perception of what should be represented in the behaviour of a professional and well conducted officer.

“This episode marks a terrible lapse in judgement which runs contrary to the evidence of PC Hopkins otherwise long and creditable service.

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“It remains clear however, notwithstanding the officer’s previously unblemished record, that this factor does not outweigh the potential for the loss of confidence that would ensue if PC Hopkins were to be permitted to continue to perform in the office of constable.”

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Moscow metro private tours.

  • 2-hour tour $87:  10 Must-See Moscow Metro stations with hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • 3-hour tour $137:  20 Must-See Moscow Metro stations with Russian lunch in beautifully-decorated Metro Diner + hotel pick-up and drop off. 
  • Metro pass is included in the price of both tours.

Highlight of Metro Tour

  • Visit 10 must-see stations of Moscow metro on 2-hr tour and 20 Metro stations on 3-hr tour, including grand Komsomolskaya station with its distinctive Baroque décor, aristocratic Mayakovskaya station with Soviet mosaics, legendary Revolution Square station with 72 bronze sculptures and more!
  • Explore Museum of Moscow Metro and learn a ton of technical and historical facts;
  • Listen to the secrets about the Metro-2, a secret line supposedly used by the government and KGB;
  • Experience a selection of most striking features of Moscow Metro hidden from most tourists and even locals;
  • Discover the underground treasure of Russian Soviet past – from mosaics to bronzes, paintings, marble arches, stained glass and even paleontological elements;
  • Learn fun stories and myths about Coffee Ring, Zodiac signs of Moscow Metro and more;
  • Admire Soviet-era architecture of pre- and post- World War II perious;
  • Enjoy panoramic views of Sparrow Hills from Luzhniki Metro Bridge – MetroMost, the only station of Moscow Metro located over water and the highest station above ground level;
  • If lucky, catch a unique «Aquarelle Train» – a wheeled picture gallery, brightly painted with images of peony, chrysanthemums, daisies, sunflowers and each car unit is unique;
  • Become an expert at navigating the legendary Moscow Metro system;
  • Have fun time with a very friendly local;
  • + Atmospheric Metro lunch in Moscow’s the only Metro Diner (included in a 3-hr tour)

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Metro stations:.

Komsomolskaya

Novoslobodskaya

Prospekt Mira

Belorusskaya

Mayakovskaya

Novokuznetskaya

Revolution Square

Sparrow Hills

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Victory Park

Slavic Boulevard

Vystavochnaya

Dostoevskaya

Elektrozavodskaya

Partizanskaya

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  • Drop-off  at your hotel, Novodevichy Convent, Sparrow Hills or any place you wish
  • + Russian lunch  in Metro Diner with artistic metro-style interior for 3-hour tour

Fun facts from our Moscow Metro Tours:

From the very first days of its existence, the Moscow Metro was the object of civil defense, used as a bomb shelter, and designed as a defense for a possible attack on the Soviet Union.

At a depth of 50 to 120 meters lies the second, the coded system of Metro-2 of Moscow subway, which is equipped with everything you need, from food storage to the nuclear button.

According to some sources, the total length of Metro-2 reaches over 150 kilometers.

The Museum was opened on Sportivnaya metro station on November 6, 1967. It features the most interesting models of trains and stations.

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The first scheme of Moscow Metro looked like a bunch of separate lines. Listen to a myth about Joseph Stalin and the main brown line of Moscow Metro.

Zodiac Metro

According to some astrologers, each of the 12 stops of the Moscow Ring Line corresponds to a particular sign of the zodiac and divides the city into astrological sector.

Astrologers believe that being in a particular zadiac sector of Moscow for a long time, you attract certain energy and events into your life.

Paleontological finds 

Red marble walls of some of the Metro stations hide in themselves petrified inhabitants of ancient seas. Try and find some!

  • Every day each car in  Moscow metro passes  more than 600 km, which is the distance from Moscow to St. Petersburg.
  • Moscow subway system is the  5th in the intensity  of use (after the subways of Beijing, Tokyo, Seoul and Shanghai).
  • The interval in the movement of trains in rush hour is  90 seconds .

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  • + A friend in Moscow.
  • + Private & customized Moscow tour.
  • + An exciting pastime, not just boring history lessons.
  • + An authentic experience of local life.
  • + Flexibility during the walking tour: changes can be made at any time to suit individual preferences.
  • + Amazing deals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner in the very best cafes & restaurants. Discounts on weekdays (Mon-Fri).
  • + A photo session amongst spectacular Moscow scenery that can be treasured for a lifetime.
  • + Good value for souvenirs, taxis, and hotels.
  • + Expert advice on what to do, where to go, and how to make the most of your time in Moscow.

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The Moscow Metro Museum of Art: 10 Must-See Stations

There are few times one can claim having been on the subway all afternoon and loving it, but the Moscow Metro provides just that opportunity.  While many cities boast famous public transport systems—New York’s subway, London’s underground, San Salvador’s chicken buses—few warrant hours of exploration.  Moscow is different: Take one ride on the Metro, and you’ll find out that this network of railways can be so much more than point A to B drudgery.

The Metro began operating in 1935 with just thirteen stations, covering less than seven miles, but it has since grown into the world’s third busiest transit system ( Tokyo is first ), spanning about 200 miles and offering over 180 stops along the way.  The construction of the Metro began under Joseph Stalin’s command, and being one of the USSR’s most ambitious building projects, the iron-fisted leader instructed designers to create a place full of svet (radiance) and svetloe budushchee (a radiant future), a palace for the people and a tribute to the Mother nation.

Consequently, the Metro is among the most memorable attractions in Moscow.  The stations provide a unique collection of public art, comparable to anything the city’s galleries have to offer and providing a sense of the Soviet era, which is absent from the State National History Museum.  Even better, touring the Metro delivers palpable, experiential moments, which many of us don’t get standing in front of painting or a case of coins.

Though tours are available , discovering the Moscow Metro on your own provides a much more comprehensive, truer experience, something much less sterile than following a guide.  What better place is there to see the “real” Moscow than on mass transit: A few hours will expose you to characters and caricatures you’ll be hard-pressed to find dining near the Bolshoi Theater.  You become part of the attraction, hear it in the screech of the train, feel it as hurried commuters brush by: The Metro sucks you beneath the city and churns you into the mix.

With the recommendations of our born-and-bred Muscovite students, my wife Emma and I have just taken a self-guided tour of what some locals consider the top ten stations of the Moscow Metro. What most satisfied me about our Metro tour was the sense of adventure .  I loved following our route on the maps of the wagon walls as we circled the city, plotting out the course to the subsequent stops; having the weird sensation of being underground for nearly four hours; and discovering the next cavern of treasures, playing Indiana Jones for the afternoon, piecing together fragments of Russia’s mysterious history.  It’s the ultimate interactive museum.

Top Ten Stations (In order of appearance)

Kievskaya station.

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Kievskaya Station went public in March of 1937, the rails between it and Park Kultury Station being the first to cross the Moscow River.  Kievskaya is full of mosaics depicting aristocratic scenes of Russian life, with great cameo appearances by Lenin, Trotsky, and Stalin.  Each work has a Cyrillic title/explanation etched in the marble beneath it; however, if your Russian is rusty, you can just appreciate seeing familiar revolutionary dates like 1905 ( the Russian Revolution ) and 1917 ( the October Revolution ).

Mayakovskaya Station

Mayakovskaya Station ranks in my top three most notable Metro stations. Mayakovskaya just feels right, done Art Deco but no sense of gaudiness or pretention.  The arches are adorned with rounded chrome piping and create feeling of being in a jukebox, but the roof’s expansive mosaics of the sky are the real showstopper.  Subjects cleverly range from looking up at a high jumper, workers atop a building, spires of Orthodox cathedrals, to nimble aircraft humming by, a fleet of prop planes spelling out CCCP in the bluest of skies.

Novoslobodskaya Station

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Novoslobodskaya is the Metro’s unique stained glass station.  Each column has its own distinctive panels of colorful glass, most of them with a floral theme, some of them capturing the odd sailor, musician, artist, gardener, or stenographer in action.  The glass is framed in Art Deco metalwork, and there is the lovely aspect of discovering panels in the less frequented haunches of the hall (on the trackside, between the incoming staircases).  Novosblod is, I’ve been told, the favorite amongst out-of-town visitors.

Komsomolskaya Station

Komsomolskaya Station is one of palatial grandeur.  It seems both magnificent and obligatory, like the presidential palace of a colonial city.  The yellow ceiling has leafy, white concrete garland and a series of golden military mosaics accenting the tile mosaics of glorified Russian life.  Switching lines here, the hallway has an Alice-in-Wonderland feel, impossibly long with decorative tile walls, culminating in a very old station left in a remarkable state of disrepair, offering a really tangible glimpse behind the palace walls.

Dostoevskaya Station

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Dostoevskaya is a tribute to the late, great hero of Russian literature .  The station at first glance seems bare and unimpressive, a stark marble platform without a whiff of reassembled chips of tile.  However, two columns have eerie stone inlay collages of scenes from Dostoevsky’s work, including The Idiot , The Brothers Karamazov , and Crime and Punishment.   Then, standing at the center of the platform, the marble creates a kaleidoscope of reflections.  At the entrance, there is a large, inlay portrait of the author.

Chkalovskaya Station

Chkalovskaya does space Art Deco style (yet again).  Chrome borders all.  Passageways with curvy overhangs create the illusion of walking through the belly of a chic, new-age spacecraft.  There are two (kos)mosaics, one at each end, with planetary subjects.  Transferring here brings you above ground, where some rather elaborate metalwork is on display.  By name similarity only, I’d expected Komsolskaya Station to deliver some kosmonaut décor; instead, it was Chkalovskaya that took us up to the space station.

Elektrozavodskaya Station

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Elektrozavodskaya is full of marble reliefs of workers, men and women, laboring through the different stages of industry.  The superhuman figures are round with muscles, Hollywood fit, and seemingly undeterred by each Herculean task they respectively perform.  The station is chocked with brass, from hammer and sickle light fixtures to beautiful, angular framework up the innards of the columns.  The station’s art pieces are less clever or extravagant than others, but identifying the different stages of industry is entertaining.

Baumanskaya Statio

Baumanskaya Station is the only stop that wasn’t suggested by the students.  Pulling in, the network of statues was just too enticing: Out of half-circle depressions in the platform’s columns, the USSR’s proud and powerful labor force again flaunts its success.  Pilots, blacksmiths, politicians, and artists have all congregated, posing amongst more Art Deco framing.  At the far end, a massive Soviet flag dons the face of Lenin and banners for ’05, ’17, and ‘45.  Standing in front of the flag, you can play with the echoing roof.

Ploshchad Revolutsii Station

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Novokuznetskaya Station

Novokuznetskaya Station finishes off this tour, more or less, where it started: beautiful mosaics.  This station recalls the skyward-facing pieces from Mayakovskaya (Station #2), only with a little larger pictures in a more cramped, very trafficked area.  Due to a line of street lamps in the center of the platform, it has the atmosphere of a bustling market.  The more inventive sky scenes include a man on a ladder, women picking fruit, and a tank-dozer being craned in.  The station’s also has a handsome black-and-white stone mural.

Here is a map and a brief description of our route:

Start at (1)Kievskaya on the “ring line” (look for the squares at the bottom of the platform signs to help you navigate—the ring line is #5, brown line) and go north to Belorusskaya, make a quick switch to the Dark Green/#2 line, and go south one stop to (2)Mayakovskaya.  Backtrack to the ring line—Brown/#5—and continue north, getting off at (3)Novosblodskaya and (4)Komsolskaya.  At Komsolskaya Station, transfer to the Red/#1 line, go south for two stops to Chistye Prudy, and get on the Light Green/#10 line going north.  Take a look at (5)Dostoevskaya Station on the northern segment of Light Green/#10 line then change directions and head south to (6)Chkalovskaya, which offers a transfer to the Dark Blue/#3 line, going west, away from the city center.  Have a look (7)Elektroskaya Station before backtracking into the center of Moscow, stopping off at (8)Baumskaya, getting off the Dark Blue/#3 line at (9)Ploschad Revolyutsii.  Change to the Dark Green/#2 line and go south one stop to see (10)Novokuznetskaya Station.

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The Moscow Metro Tour is included in most guided tours’ itineraries. Opened in 1935, under Stalin’s regime, the metro was not only meant to solve transport problems, but also was hailed as “a people’s palace”. Every station you will see during your Moscow metro tour looks like a palace room. There are bright paintings, mosaics, stained glass, bronze statues… Our Moscow metro tour includes the most impressive stations best architects and designers worked at - Ploshchad Revolutsii, Mayakovskaya, Komsomolskaya, Kievskaya, Novoslobodskaya and some others.

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The guide will not only help you navigate the metro, but will also provide you with fascinating background tales for the images you see and a history of each station.

And there some stories to be told during the Moscow metro tour! The deepest station - Park Pobedy - is 84 metres under the ground with the world longest escalator of 140 meters. Parts of the so-called Metro-2, a secret strategic system of underground tunnels, was used for its construction.

During the Second World War the metro itself became a strategic asset: it was turned into the city's biggest bomb-shelter and one of the stations even became a library. 217 children were born here in 1941-1942! The metro is the most effective means of transport in the capital.

There are almost 200 stations 196 at the moment and trains run every 90 seconds! The guide of your Moscow metro tour can explain to you how to buy tickets and find your way if you plan to get around by yourself.

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