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    Two Exhibits On Imperial Russia at the North Carolina Museum of History

    The Tsars’ Cabinet: Two Hundred Years of Russian Decorative Arts Under the Romanovs

      When Oct 04, 2013 12:00 AM to
      Mar 05, 2014 12:00 AM
      Where North Carolina Museum of History
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      Summary: You won’t have to travel overseas to see hidden treasures of Imperial Russia. Discover them in two exhibitions now open at the N.C. Museum of History in Raleigh. The Tsars’ Cabinet: Two Hundred Years of Russian Decorative Arts Under the Romanovs runs concurrently with Windows into Heaven: Russian Icons from the Lilly and Francis Robicsek Collection of Religious Art

      The year 2013 marks the 400th anniversary of the beginning of the Romanov Dynasty, or the House of Romanov — the imperial monarchy that ruled Russia from 1613 until 1917 and included the reigns of Peter the Great, Catherine the Great and Nicholas II, the last tsar.

      “To commemorate this anniversary, the Museum of History is presenting these exhibitions that give visitors a rare glimpse into the splendor of Imperial Russia,” said Dr. Jeanne Marie Warzeski, Exhibition Curator.


      Admission, Related Programs and More:

      See both exhibitions for one admission price. Purchase tickets online or in the Museum Shop or call 919-807-7835.

      $7 per person, ages 18 and up
      $5 each, ages 7 to 17, 60 and up, active military personnel, college students with ID
      $5 per person, groups of 10 or more with reservations—visit to make reservations
      Free, ages 6 and under, Museum of History Associates members

      Enhance your museum visit. A variety of programs will complement both exhibitions, and Russian-themed lunches and teas are available for groups of 10 or more. The Exhibition Shop will feature a splendid selection of merchandise, much of which is imported directly from Russia.


      Location: NC Museum of History, 5 East Edenton Street, Raleigh NC 27601

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