To commemorate the date, on September 9th and 10th, the city invites its visitors to enjoy over two hundred free city tours. Today and tomorrow, the major Moscow museums will have free exhibitions. Scheduled the tours and museums plan to showcase the cultural, literary, and architectural accomplishment of the city’s past and present residents. Visitors can join walking, biking, and skateboarding tours that allow them to see the city through the eyes of Moscow’s celebrated and beloved (though, at times, persecuted or murdered) poets, artists, writers, and architects. The city invites its visitors and inhabitants to stroll though the oldest historical neighbourhood and learn about the turning moments in the lives of the inhabitants this very old European city. The parks and vast city squares will host dancing and athletic pageants and concerts.