I have wished for so long visit the museum at Klin and other places connected
I would not be too keen on finding my own way there from scratch. Does
anyone know of the existence of Tchaikovsky tours?
It may help to know that there's a virtual tour on the Klin Museum's web-site.
The text is in Russian, but the pictures speak for themselves:
What a great website! Well, once is Moscow is super easy to take the
train (about 3 .5 hours) to Klin. It's a lovely town, a sort of
Tchaikovsky's Disney Land; everything is about the composer. The circular Moscow subway line (brown), leaves you by the Leningradsky train station,
buy a 2 way ticket to Klin, and once there several small busses take you
there: just say Tchaikovsky. It is best to leave about 8 am, so you can
spend a lot of time in the beautiful Dacha and grounds
It is also possible and very easy to take a taxi from Moskow down town.
You don't need to speak perfectly the russian language.
Two years ago I ordered via hotel reception or concierge a taxi to
bring me to Klin and back. The car needs approx. 2 hours—one way.
You can discuss about the price, there is no standard. It is possible
to go by taxi for 50 euros at least—it depends on the taxi driver. Last
time he waited for me approx. two hours and he brought me back to my hotel