The Museum Shop features a broad selection of merchandise from companies and designers who share the Museum’s commitment to scholarship and artistic innovation. 100% of the proceeds from your purchase directly benefit the Museum of Russian Icons. Members receive 10% off most Museum Shop purchases.
Museum of Russian Icons Gift Certificates can be purchased in any amount and can be used for admission, Museum Shop or Tea Room purchases, or program registrations. Gift Certificates can be shipped free anywhere in the US. Please stop by the Front Desk to purchase, or call 978.598.5000 x121 with questions.
Twenty Treasures from the Museum of Russian Icons
This full-color catalog highlights 20 icons from the permanent collection of the Museum of Russian Icons including the recently acquired Royal Doors and the Festival Row. Essays by Dr. Oleg Tarasov, Pamela Sacks and Dr. Simon Morsink provide insight into Russian culture, the Museum’s founder Gordon Lankton and the history of icon painting. Soft cover, 80 pages, 20 full-color pages, 10.25″ H x 7.25″ W. Pricing: Members $18, Nonmembers $19.99
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THE TEA ROOM
During your visit, enjoy a break in the Museum’s Tea Room, located on our Lower Level. Relax and recharge amid a selection of traditional Russian tea urns called samovars and other decorative objects from the Museum’s collection. Further immerse yourself in Russian culture by tasting a variety of beverages, such as Kusmi Tea’s exclusive blends.
The Tea Room does not currently serve food, though Russian chocolates, tea breads and other snacks are available in the Museum Shop. For a full lunch or dinner, you may enjoy a visit to one of Clinton’s excellent restaurants.