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Our carefully designed Space Museum & Education tour program helps our students learn about the science of space & research from the Cradle of Space Research, Russia-the pioneer in space programs. Guided tours to Star City, Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center, Konstantin Tsiolkovsky Museum & Space Station Mission Control will enrich students to experience the journey of space research & exploration first hand.  The most user-friendly group tours and special packages for schools from Xplore Cosmos is the best of the breed edutainment program ever experienced by students & teachers.

We offer complete guidance and support right from the start until you reach back to your home. Our services include the end to end spectrum of a memorable tour program

  • Visa and Insurance
  • International Flight booking
  • All outbound transportation
  • English speaking guide
  • Entry tickets for all the specified venues
  • 3 Start rated hotel accommodation
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner throughout the program.
The experience you will cherish your lifetime

Russia: The birth place of modern cosmology.

The unique blend of education, entertainment and cultural insights combined in 1 tour program module will enrich you by leaps and bounds of learning about the history and scientific achievements of Russia. Our tour program covers space museums and research centers across 3 major Russian cities Moscow, St. Petersburg and Kaluga. It is from these 3 cities the dreams of conquering space kindled the fire in scientists across the world.

Experience you will remember:


Situated majestically around the Moskva river, Moscow the capital city of Russia is the largest city of the European continent. In its historic core is the Kremlin, a complex that’s home to the president and tsarist treasures in the Armoury. Outside its walls is Red Square, Russia’s symbolic center. It’s home to Lenin’s Mausoleum, the State Historical Museum’s comprehensive collection and St. Basil’s Cathedral, known for its colorful, onion-shaped domes


Birth place of modern cosmology, Kaluga is a city in western Russia. The Tsiolkovsky State Museum of the History of Cosmonautics has exhibits on space exploration and a planetarium. Also part of the museum is the nearby Tsiolkovsky Memorial House, the former home of rocket scientist Konstantin Tsiolkovsky. The Kaluga Museum of Fine Arts displays icons, plus Russian and European paintings.

St. Petersburg

Founded in 1703, by Peter The Great St. Petersburg is the 2nd largest city in Russia and housed Soviet Russia’s early rocket research laboratories. This port city on the Baltic city was the imperial capital for 2 centuries. One of the most modern cities in Russia, it is also called as the cultural capital of Russia. Rich in arts and culture the city is home to more than 200 museums including the famous Alexander Pushkin.

Moscow Metro

Built in 1935, Moscow Metro is an engineering marvel and the busiest underground railway system in the world. The deepest metro station 276 feet underground is also the world’s deepest metro station. Moscow Metro covers 300+ kilometers across 12 lines with close to 200 metro stations is also the world’s most extensive underground rail network. It is a grand sight to see the art work in every station.

Learn from the Leaders

Our services include the end to end tour program. We provide from Visa assistance to transit travel, food and stay.

Our carefully designed program helps students learn about Space exploration right from the cradle, where the 1st ever space program was conceived. Russia is often credited as pioneers in space exploration. A visit to Star City and Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center to Konstantin Tsiolkovsky Space Museum in Kaluga walk through the history of Space Research.

  • Memorial Museum of Cosmonautics
  • House Museum of SPQueen
  • Pavilion Cosmos
  • Start City
  • Space Station MIR
  • Hall of Soyuz TMA-M
  • International Space Station Mission Control
  • Morino Airforce Museum
  • Observatory in the Planetarium
  • History of Artillery
  • Museum of Astronautics and Rocket Technology
  • History of Cosmonautics
  • Space Museum of Kaluga (World’s 1st space museum)
  • Konstantin Tsiolkovskey Musem
  • Museum of 1st flight