The Russian Fairy-tales museum is a branch of the Children's museum "The House of Fairy-tales "Zhili-Byli" ("Once upon a time"). Works in Moscow since 2005. Devoted to the Russian fairy-tales , folklore, folk legends , myths. The main goal while creating this museum was to tell children through the fairy-tale about national traditions and customs, to remind them of national roots, of the importance of reading books.. Our little visitors learn all of this by acting in fairy-tales, dancing folk dances, singing folk songs, etc. When coming to our place, the children meet fairy-tale characters who take them on a journey through a fairy-tale. Kids put on theatre costumes and turn themselves into fairy-tale characters too. There are more than 10 different programs devoted to the Russian fairy-tales. . The museum collection consists of age-old utensils, clothes, furniture, pictures, puppets. The collection numbers over 300 items . Practically all objects are available for touching and manipulating.