The Russky Mir Centre on the second floor at Pushkin House houses a large collection of recent reference books about all aspects of Russia and Russian life (in Russian).  It is also fully equipped for Russian language teaching and a wide range of courses and classes for groups and individuals are offered by the Russian Language Centre, also based at Pushkin House.  Along with the rest of Pushkin House, the Russkiy Mir Centre is open to the public from 2pm to 5pm daily.  It may occasionally be closed for special events.

The Russkiy Mir Bookshop in London is on Goodge Street, not far from Pushkin House.

The Russkiy Mir Foundation was established in 2007 with the purpose of promoting the Russian language, especially overseas, and is funded by grant from the Russian government. 

Russkiy Mir also supports parts of the Pushkin House events programme, with a particular focus on events relating to Russian language and literature.

A grant from the Russkiy Mir Foundation also supported the Akhmatova.  Anrep.  Berlin.  Exhibition staged at Pushkin House in early 2015.

You can find out more about grants available from the Russkiy Mir Foundation from the Russkiy Mir website:


Other Russkiy Mir centres in the United Kingdom are at the Princess Dashkova Centre at Edinburgh University and at Durham University