Museum of Japanese cars (Buckets empire) in Moscow

90% of the Buckets Empire Museum’s collection is private cars: owners of rare Toyotas, Nissans, Hondas and Mazdas leave here cars for storage.

The Buckets Empire community has only one rule: cars for the museum must be over 30 years old.

This means that “youngsters” like the Skyline GT-R in the 34th body or the scarlet Evolution TME with contrasting stickers cannot be found here.

It is allowed to touch the exhibits – to sit in the salons, turn the steering wheels, open the trunks. Slightly unusual for a car museum, and especially for the “parking lot museum”, which in fact is Buckets Empire.

The owners leave their personal cars here for storage, and as soon as the season of outings and parties comes, they leave … But others come!

The decorators tried to create an atmosphere of the Tokyo underground: with the help of cool paraphernalia and neon lights.

Working hours: Tue-Fri 11:00–21:00; Sat, Sun 10:00–23:00

Tickets: 800₽ – regular ticket. 600₽ – school and student (documents needed). FREE – children under 7 years old, disabled and veterans.

Address: Tashkentskaya st., 28, building 1, Moscow (floor 2).

Metro: Yugo-Vostochnaya, Vykhino, Ryazansky prospekt.

See also other transport museums of Moscow: 

Victory Museum

Vadim Zadorozhny’s Museum of cars and military equipment

Central Armed Forces Museum

Museum of Zil

Motors of War

Motors of October

Lomakov Museum

See all museums of Moscow

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