Troika card can now be used to pay for the entrance to the House of Russia Abroad and the Numismatic Museum

Troika card can now be used to pay for the entrance to the House of Russia Abroad and the Numismatic Museum
To enter the museum, just tap your Troika card to the reader located at the box office. This payment method is already accepted in 45 Moscow museums and exhibition halls.

By the Troika travel card you can now pay for the entrance to the Alexander Solzhenitsyn House of Russia Abroad and the International Numismatic Club Museum. To do this, the travel card must be attached to the reader located in the box office - an amount equal to the cost of the ticket will be deducted from the Troika balance. There must be enough money on the Koshelek (Wallet) account to pay for the service of the institution.

This method of payment will be convenient for passengers of Moscow transport, since about 90 percent of them use the Troika card. In the Moscow Zoo, the Tretyakov Gallery and the Lunarium Museum of the Moscow Planetarium, you can pay the entrance ticket by Troika at the turnstile, which is located at the entrance. So visitors can save time bypassing the queue at the box office. Due to the increasing number of museums, city services and entertainment that can be used with the help of Troika, Muscovites and guests of the capital do not need to carry a bank card and cash with them every day.

“The list of city services that can be paid by Troika is constantly growing. Now Muscovites and guests of the capital can pay for the entrance ticket to 45 museums and exhibition halls by this card. In total, more than 50 city services are now available for payment by this card: for example, it can be used to pay for the cable car ride from Luzhniki to Vorobyovy Gory or entrance to skating rinks in parks,” said Roman Latypov, First Deputy Moscow Metro Chief for Strategic Development and Client Relations.

The Troika transport card also allows you to pay for the entrance to the State Darwin Museum, the Lunarium Museum of the Moscow Planetarium, the Tretyakov Gallery, the Automobile History Museum, the Human Museum Living Systems, Experimentanium, the Museum of Soviet Arcade Machines, the Moscow Zoo. With the help of the Wallet ticket, one can also pay for travel on commuter trains and aeroexpress trains, as well as for entering the toilets at the stations of the Moscow Metro.

The Troika card can be used to pay travel fares in all public transport: metro, buses, trolley buses, trams and electric buses, as well as on the Moscow Central Ring (MCR).