Anew show and tea ceremony from the ' Museum of Historic Good Taste' Коломенская Пастила .
Transported back in time, we will learn the traditions of Russian afternoon tea, what connects Pushkin to the little town of Kolomna, and why you should always put your teaspoon back on your saucer. Come and meet the curators and presenters from thisground-breaking new Russian working museum of food and industrial history.
In Russian with some English translation. Refreshments, including the famous Pastila sweets, will be served. Suitable for families.
The Museum of Forgotten Taste, KOLOMNA APPLES, is a private initiative of two Kolomna apple ladies - Natalia Nikitina and Elena Dmitrieva. The museum opened in 2009 in the old Russian town of Kolomna, 100 kilometres south of Moscow. The creation of the museum was inspired by the idea of reviving the forgotten taste of traditional Kolomna apple sweets. The museum soon became the town's main attraction and sionce its opening has been developing many creative ideas to present a unique aspect of Russian style and taste in the world.
Tickets: £10 adults, children free (maximum 2 children per adult)
If you are planning on bringing your little ones, please kindly get in touch with our team on firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm the number of children attending.