Tradition & Opulence: Easter in Imperial Russia
Learn about Easter traditions in Imperial Russia in this companion catalog to the 2020 exhibition, Tradition & Opulence: Easter in Imperial Russia. It features essays by the curators and full-color photographs of the almost 200 objects, including imperial eggs by the firm of Fabergé and its competitors, ceramic eggs, icons, and vintage Easter postcards from collectors around the country and abroad. Softcover, 71 pages, 9″ H x 6″ W. Pricing: Members $26.99+shipping, Nonmembers $29.99 + shipping.
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 Royal Doors and 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. Softcover, 80 pages, 20 full-color pages, 10.25″ H x 7.25″ W. Pricing: Members $18 + shipping, Nonmembers $19.99 + shipping.
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THE TEA ROOM
During your visit, enjoy a break in the Museum’s Tea Room, located on our Lower Level. First, relax and recharge amid a selection of traditional Russian tea urns, or samovars, and other decorative objects from the Museum’s collection. Then, further immerse yourself in Russian culture by tasting a variety of beverages, such as Kusmi Tea’s exclusive blends.
All items are now sold upstairs from the gift shop. Purchase tea and coffee, as well as snacks, to bring downstairs and enjoy at the café tables.
Eco-friendly disposable cups are available for beverages. Drinks should still be consumed in the Tea Room but lids are available if anyone wishes to take their cup to go
Visitors are also permitted to bring bagged lunches or outside food into the tea room to enjoy.
Our seasonal rooftop terrace is open—weather permitting and is accessed through the West Gallery on the main floor of the Museum. The terrace is a wonderful space to enjoy the sun and scenery. Spend some time relaxing under the shade of the canopy or sitting with friends discussing the amazing exhibits currently on view.