The focus of the Silver Age in Moscow - it is the only one of its kind, a unique museum, which is located in the house where from 1910 to 1924 he lived a poet, writer, critic and translator Valery Bryusov. In the aesthetic world of the Silver Age of visitors come already at the entrance - in the exhibition includes interiors and the hall in front of the wardrobe cabinet Bryusov. Poet himself memorial room has been restored from photographs and memoirs of contemporaries.
Here you can see the unique books from the library, placed on the shelves in the order defined Bryusov; paintings by contemporary artists Bryusova donated by the poet; special cases in which Bruce kept his manuscripts and drafts. The display cabinet shows all high erudition and disability amazing host.
Going up to the second floor, visitors to the museum are in the aesthetic space of the Silver Age, thanks to the exhibition, which reflects the names of the most prominent poets and writers of the late XIX - early XX century. The display cases are presented manuscripts and lifetime editions of his books with their autographs, collections, anthologies, magazines, published by the period. Material exposure, its architectural and decoration give the opportunity to feel not only color, but also the internal motion of the era.