The Moo-Museum (a collection of objects depicting cows and bulls) – Private Museums of Russia

The Moo-Museum (a collection of objects depicting cows and bulls)




Moscow Oblast

Contact information

Moscow region, Domodedovo, Zapadny micro-district, Dachnik estate, Kashirskoye Highway, 44 km

Tel.: + 7 (925) 569-05-10 (ordering tickets), +7 (926) 249-95-40 (WhatsApp)

E-mail: irina55_@bk.ru, info@mumuzej.ru

www.mumuzej.ru

Operating hours

Daily from 10:00 to 19:00 seven days a week

Ticket price

You can visit our museum with a guide at the Space of a Child’s Dream; the tour includes an overview of the three museums at once (the Moo-Museum, Kolobok squared art gallery, and Happy Soviet Childhood Museum)

The cost of such a complex ticket:

– children – 100 rubles

– adults – 200 rubles

Museum founder / owner / director

Irina Vasilievna Bochkova

Founded

2001

About museum

Our Moo-Museum dates back to 2009 and is a collection of diverse items depicting cows and bulls.

As it often happens, the collection began with a random souvenir brought by the founder of the museum from a trip in 2001. Over twenty years, it has grown to 20,000 pieces and has become the repeated nominee of the Russian Book of Records.

Initially, the museum was virtual: anyone could see the exhibits by going to the Internet page. And over time, it got its own territory on the site of the Space of a Child’s Dream ecological landscape park in the city of Domodedovo. By exhibiting our collection, we sought to show people how outlandish, diverse, and unusual the imagination of the masters and manufacturers of the world can be when depicting only The Cow.

The museum is dedicated to exhibiting magnets, toys, packaging, coins, stamps, badges, and other objects depicting cows and bulls.

The arsenal of our exhibitions includes temporary exhibits in the territories of the district libraries and schools in Moscow, as well as in joint projects with the Darwin Museum, the Central House of Artists, and the Museum of Local Lore in the city of Uzlovaya, Tula Region.