The Vladimir Mayakovsky State Museum is a Moscow Museum of Vladimir Mayakovsky, founded in 1937 on the initiative of Lily Brik as a library museum. Initially, it was in Gendrikov Lane, where the poet lived with Lilya and Osip Brik from 1926 to 1930.
In 1972, the museum was moved to a former communal apartment in Lubyansky Proyezd, where Mayakovsky committed suicide. In 1989, according to the project of the museologist Taras Polyakov, the exposition was modernized in a constructivist style. A four-story exhibition space was created according to the project of the architect A.V. Bokov, dedicated not only to the poet’s memory but also to the Russian avant-garde.
Working hours: Mon, Tue 10:00–18:00; Thu 13:00–21:00; Sat, Sun 10:00–18:00.
Address: Lubyansky proezd, 3/6с4, Moscow.
Nearest metro: Lubyanka, Kitay-gorod.