The museum is located in the most beautiful monument of ancient Russian architecture, the Old English Court on Varvarka. The house was founded at the end of the 15th century by merchant Ivan Bobrishchev, and from 1556 he passed into the possession of the British diplomatic representation in Russia. Here embassy receptions were arranged, trade deals were concluded, and the treasury and goods of the representative office were kept
Exposure - archival documents, works of graphics, photographic materials, as well as archaeological finds made during excavations at Zaryadye - tell the story of the building, Russian-English relations of the XVI – XVII centuries, the beginning of diplomatic relations between London and Moscow, an important role in which played the old English court. It was here that meetings of the company's sales agents were held and business receptions were held.