What was the life of Mikhail Afanasyevich Bulgakov? Who inspired him, and who blamed, under what circumstances he lived and worked, what kind of people surrounded him - we learn all this on a new joint excursion of the Bulgakovsky Dom Museum and Pashkov House (Manuscripts Department of the Russian State Library)! After visiting the halls of the Bulgakovsky Dom museum, we will go on a small but fascinating journey through Bulgakov's Moscow on the original Tramway "302-Bis", with a head we will plunge into the world of Bulgakov's heroes, and at the end of the trip we will get to one of the most beautiful metropolitan mansions - Dom Pashkova, which Bulgakov immortalized in the novel "Master and Margarita": "At sunset, high above the city on the stone terrace of one of the most beautiful buildings in Moscow, a building built about a hundred and fifty years ago, there were two: Woland and Azazello." In the House of Pashkov we will be given a unique opportunity to make sure with our own eyes that "manuscripts do not burn" ! Seating in the Tram is free.
A bright, bright red tram will take guests to an unforgettable retro journey: take a look at Moscow through the eyes of Mikhail Bulgakov! Here, among these streets, the author saw his heroes, whom he brought to the pages of the novel, placing them in the space of the capital, placing on the streets and buildings familiar to every Muscovite.
And where will the tramcar travel? Directly from the past, the "302-Bis" Tram will come to the present and drive up to Pashkov's House, the manuscript department of the Russian State Library. What manuscripts are stored here? Maybe some of them will tell us about the life of Mikhail Bulgakov? ..