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GHOST RING SIGHT SETS

For shooters seeking an alternative to the traditional post and notch sight design, there’s AMERIGLO® Ghost Ring night sights. This unique design utilizes an aperture-style rear sight with two tritium mini-dots and a bright tritium front sight, which leads the eye to automatically center itself in the rear ring while focusing on the front sight. The result: immediate front sight acquisition.

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Ghost Ring Pistol Sights

Ghost Ring Pistol Sights

As a result of a recent article I did for Handguns Magazine on upgrading Glocks, I ended up corresponding with a reader, and he sent me a picture of his personal carry gun. He had replaced the factory sights with an aftermarket set he really liked. I'm all for personalizing guns so they are easier to shoot (cars come with tilting steering wheels and adjustable seats for a reason), and factory plastic Glock sights leave a lot to be desired, but I was surprised to see that he had ghost ring sights on his pistol. I didn't even know they still made ghost ring sights for pistols.

I don't know if Jeff Cooper coined the term "ghost ring", but he popularized its use, and he advocated the use of ghost ring sights on shotguns and dangerous game bolt action rifles. I read all about them during my formative years (when I was old enough to buy gun magazines, but not guns).

What's a ghost ring sight? Pair the front sight of your choice with an aperture rear, and not a small aperture, a large one. An aperture so large that it fuzzes out, or "ghosts", when you mount the gun to your shoulder. You can still see the aperture, but the focus is on the front sight (as it should be). As your face is pressed to the stock, the ghost ring rear sight is fixed in its relation to your eye, so the only thing you actually have to "aim" is the front sight.

Currently I own a Remington 870 equipped with ghost ring sights, as well as a Winchester '94 that for years has been my "truck gun". The sighting system works well on long guns designed to do most of their work well inside 150 yards. On a lever action .30-30 they're a good choice, but personally I think the sights are busier than you need for a shotgun, unless you're going to be predominantly shooting slugs. That said, it works--I went pheasant hunting in Iowa with that 870, and had no problems hitting the birds.

Ghost ring pistol sights hit the market about twenty years or so ago. A number of different companies made them, and marketed them toward both the concealed carry and the competition shooting crowd. Whatever buzz there was about ghost ring pistols sights died out pretty quickly, and I stopped seeing them on competition guns well over a decade ago, which is why I was surprised to find out that a few companies still made them.

I carry a gun every day, and shoot pistol competitions regularly, and will use whatever works. I don't have ghost ring sights on any of my pistols, and I will tell you why.

First, it is called a ghost ring because the design was originally for long guns, when the large rear aperture was close enough to your eye to fuzz out. That is not the case when you mount that big ring on the back of a pistol. That big rear aperture is out there, busying up the sight picture and drawing your eye away from the front sight.

Proper sighting technique involves focusing on the front sight, not the rear. The design of a ghost ring sight tends to draw the eye to it, because it is bigger and closer to the eye. Yes, I know all rear sights on pistols are bigger and closer to the eye than front sights, but for some reason the ghost ring designs (maybe because they have an arch over the top?) are harder to look past/through.

This looking past/through sights is also an issue. I am not going to get into a discussion of point shooting versus aimed fire using the sights, but a lot of quick and dirty shooting involves muscle memory and looking over the top of the gun- seeing the sights, but not necessarily looking through them. The more naturally your gun points for you, the easier it is for you to hit what you're aiming at quickly. Gun design also helps here as well- the flat top of a Glock almost acts as a sight in its own right, drawing the eye down the gun toward the target. A ghost ring rear sight tends to inhibit looking over and down the sights to the target on quick shots.

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If you think I'm making that last point up, that the taller top of a ghost ring rear sight tends to slow down close range "pointed rather than aimed" fire, I've observed the same thing at competitions when comparing iron-sighted pistols to those mounting red dot sights. Red dot sights on pistols are, all things being equal, quicker, because instead of lining up the front sight with the rear sight with the target, you just put the red dot on the target and go. However, when engaging full-size silhouettes at distances so close you're just basically looking over the top of the gun (4 yards and in), red-dot-sighted guns are slightly slower- because the sight body itself prevents you from looking down the length of the gun.

No two people are the same, and I'm sure there are people out there who, for whatever reason, may find they can shoot better or faster with a ghost ring sights on their pistol. Go for it. You see something you like, that you think may help you, you should buy it and try it.

That said, for the majority of people, ghost ring sights are not faster than a traditional notch rear. While that is, yes, my opinion, I can support it with some evidence- if ghost ring pistol sights were faster, or even as fast as traditional sights, the people who shoot for a living would be using them.

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What Is a Ghost Ring Sight & What Are They For?

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Time and time again, it’s been proven that the right gear contributes to a great shooting experience. Even if you’re an experienced shooter, using the wrong gear or not the most optimum tool will inevitably bring frustration.

But one tool that’ll help better your shooting experience is a ghost ring sight. Keep reading to find out more about it.

For similar reading see our write up on the best home defense shotguns .

What Is a Ghost Ring Sight?

What are ghost ring sights on a shotgun, ghost ring sights vs peep sights, ghost ring sights vs iron sights, what are ghost ring sights used for, ghost ring rifle sights, are ghost ring sights accurate, frequently asked question.

A ghost ring sight is a type of iron sight mounted at the rear of a firearm to increase your accuracy. It’s simple to operate and doesn’t obscure the target like most non-optical sights.

It’s these features that have made ghost ring sights popular in battles and home defense. The name ghost comes from how it becomes blurry or almost invisible when in use.

Although these sights aren’t effective for shooting at long distances, they’re quite a handy tool when used at close ranges.

Now that we’ve answered the question of what is a ghost ring sight, let’s get into more detail about the application of this tool.

Someone must’ve realized that shotguns could benefit from ghost ring sights, as it’s led to the production of a new product. These days, most manufacturers sell shotguns that come with these sights.

So, how does it work in practice?

Well, ghost ring rifle sights are tiny devices attached to shotguns to improve aim and make it easier to acquire a target. When a ghost ring is attached to a shotgun, you get a powerful weapon for close-range applications. 

With it, users can acquire a target in less time and experience improved accuracy. Such a combination is great for people who want to protect their homes.

When talking about ghost ring sights, most people confuse them with peep sights. While both can be mounted on shotguns to serve the same purpose, they have a few differences. However, simply put, a peep sight features a small hole, while a ghost ring has a bigger hole.

When it comes down to ghost ring sights vs peep sights, a peep sight is better. The reason is that a small hole allows for more precise shooting. 

Peep sights are usually thicker, and they don’t fade away like ghost rings. That said, you may want to try both to find which one you prefer on your shotgun.

Peep sights are also called aperture sights, and the terms are often used interchangeably. As a peep sight has a smaller circular opening, the eye is naturally drawn to this opening, making them easy to use. However, their smaller opening makes them not so great for very close range.

Fingers adjusting a peep sight

Ghost ring sights resemble peep sights but with a larger circular opening. While they’re easier to use than peep sights, they don’t offer as much precision.

But an advantage the ghost rings have over peep sights is that they’re quite effective in low-light conditions. When you factor in that most conflicts happen in low-light conditions, this advantage comes in handy.

While shopping for these sights, you’re also likely to come across a ghost ring peep sight. Now, this is a combination of a standard fiber optic sight and a peep sight. It allows more light than a peep sight, allowing for quicker target acquisition.

Ghost ring sights are generally considered iron sights, although they aren’t exactly the same. Essentially, ghost rings are a newer invention but they work on the same principles as the traditional sight.

If you ever find yourself wondering what to choose from in a ghost ring vs iron sights debate, go with the former, as they offer better focus and more accuracy. Iron sights are more basic but still effective if you don’t have a ghost ring sight.

A person aiming a shotgun with a ghost ring sight

Ghost ring sights are used when you want to accurately acquire your target quickly when it’s at a close range. Through this sight, you’ll be able to see your target immediately, and when you move the rifle, you can acquire your new target just as fast.

Although a scope and other optic sights perform the same task, they aren’t as fast as ghost ring sights. 

Yes, scopes give you more accuracy, but it’s slower when it comes to target acquisition. A ghost ring works faster, but the major drawback is that it’s not designed for long-range shooting.

However, unlike how scopes are often used for hunting, ghost ring sights have other uses, such as being great for self-defense or when targets are close by.

Ghost ring rifle sights have become popular as a backup option for a rifle’s sighting system. While scopes are the most preferred option for rifles, people have also realized that this particular sighting system can be useful, especially in close-range combat.

A ghost ring sights lever action rifle combo is particularly a great mix that allows for quick target acquisition without compromising accuracy. In fact, ghost ring sights for shotguns can also be used on a rifle, making them quite versatile. (Reference: What are ghost ring sights )

Yes, ghost ring sights are accurate. In fact, that’s their number one selling feature and what’s made them popular. Ghost ring rifle sights allow users to focus quickly on the target, allowing for better aim.

However, when it comes to ghost ring sights vs peep sights in terms of accuracy, the peep sights are comparatively more accurate and precise because of their smaller opening.

For more reading see: what shells should you use for home defense .

Why is it called a ghost ring sight?

It’s called a ghost ring sight because when you use it, the sight becomes blurry or fades away. Because your eye is focused on the opening, it won’t see the sight.

Where do you aim with ghost ring sights?

With ghost ring sights, you aim at the top of the front sight to be able to hit your target.

Are ghost ring sights good for Glock?

Ghost ring sights are good for Glocks, thanks to their durability and rugged design.

What is the diameter of the ghost ring sight? 

The average diameter of a ghost ring sight is a quarter of an inch. However, there are variations based on different firearms.

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New for 2021: Midwest Industries Marlin Ghost Ring Sights & Rails

The new ghost ring sights and rails offer fast target acquisition and flexibility for marlin rifle owners..

New for 2021: Midwest Industries Marlin Ghost Ring Sights & Rails

Midwest Industries Marlin 1894 Ghost Ring Rail

Midwest Industries has released a new line of ghost ring sights and rails for Marlin lever-action rifles .

The sights are designed for fast target acquisition without sacrificing accuracy, helping shooters take down moving targets with ease. These ghost rings offer the widest possible range of windage and elevation adjustment, accounting for different ammunition and shooting conditions. With options for both Marlin 1894 and 1895, as well as Picatinny rail mounting or direct attachment for red dot users, this modular line provides ultimate flexibility.

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“The generous aperture and great sight picture give shooters just what they need to snap to a target or fleeing big game,” said Troy Storch, Owner of Midwest Industries. “These ghost rings are a fantastic option for hunters and target shooters with Marlin rifles.”

The Midwest Industries ghost ring sights and rails incorporate the following features:

  • Heavy-duty ghost ring for fast target acquisition
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XS Sights is now offering its popular Ghost Ring sight sets for Henry Big Boy Carbine lever-action rifles chambered in .357 Magnum and .44 Magnum.

The XS Ghost Ring sight sets are made of precision-machined steel and fully adjustable for windage and elevation. Featuring a large ghost ring aperture and white stripe front sight, they are designed for easy installation on Henry Big Boy Carbines equipped with a compatible XS Lever Rail. These rugged ghost ring sight sets deliver an enhanced field of view and white stripe front sight that is highly visible on targets in a wide array of lighting conditions, allowing for the fastest target acquisition possible with iron sights.

XS Sights Ghost Ring Sight Sets for Henry Big Boy Carbines

“We introduced the XS Lever Rail for Henry Big Boy Carbines chambered in .357 Magnum and .44 Magnum late last year and have been inundated with requests for compatible ghost ring sight sets,” said Addison Monroe, Marketing Manager, XS Sights. “We are happy to now offer these to customers who want to take their Henry lever gun to the next level of performance when using iron sights.”

XS Ghost Ring sets are CNC-machined in Fort Worth, Texas and come with both a .230” ID and .191” ID aperture for fine tuning to various shooting environments.

Retail Price: $111.00

For more information on these new sights, see XS Henry Ghost Ring Sights .

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  • Wide notch rear with serrations and anti-reflective lens
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Visible when seconds count! R3D 2.0 sights are the premium solution for a traditional notch and post sighting system. The set is engineered to provide a brighter, stronger, and easily installable sighting system for increased defensive preparedness.

R3D 2.0 Night Sights Overview:

  • Tritium lamp in front and rear sight glows in low light/no light
  • High-contrast colored front sight
  • Glow Dot absorbs ambient light and glows in low light
  • Serrated rear sight to reduce glare
  • BlackNitride finish for wear and corrosion resistance
  • Black PVC rings to enhance tritium in rear sight
  • Anti-reflective rear tritium lens
  • Rear sight ledge for one-handed slide manipulations
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  • Co-wittness with some optics

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See Your Sights in any Light!

R3D 2.0 rear is serrated to reduce glare and features tritium lamps to aid in sight alignment in any lighting condition.  The 0.170” wide notch rear sight allows for more visibility on either side of the front sight post for faster sight alignment, especially in poor lighting conditions.  Like the original R3D sights, the 2.0 family is designed with a ledge to aid in one-handed manipulations.  The R3D 2.0 sights use brighter tritium lamps in the rear sight as compared to our original version to ensure that you can see the sights in poor lighting conditions.  The black PVC ring surrounding the rear sight lamps help create a more defined edge on the rear sight lamps to improve the sight picture and differentiate the front lamp from the rear sight lamps.

The 0.145” wide front sight is wider than many other options on the market and features an Ember Glow Dot surrounding the tritium lamp.   The Glow Dot is available in either orange or green.  The photo-luminescent Glow Dot will absorb ambient light and glow in low light while the tritium lamp is self-luminous and will glow in low light/no light situations for 12 years. 

BlackNitride surface finish and revised dovetail dimensions round out the upgrades to the product line.  The revised dovetail specifications offer better installation experience with a sight pusher for the DIYer or the professional gunsmith.

The BlackNitride finish is highly resistant to corrosion and wear.  The improved performance is ideal for a duty or everyday concealed handgun and will keep your sights looking good for years to come. 

The R3D 2.0 is the ultimate choice for your EDC pistol, whether you’re a private citizen carrying concealed or a police officer patrolling the streets!

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AMERIGLO GHOST RING SIGHT SET COMPATIBLE WITH GLOCK: For shooters seeking an alternative to the traditional post and notch sight design, there are AMERIGLO Ghost Ring sights. This unique design utilizes an aperture-style rear sight with two tritium mini-dots and a bright tritium front sight, which leads the eye to automatically center itself in the rear ring while focusing on the front sight. The result: immediate front sight acquisition. MAIN FEATURES: - Front Sight Style - Tritium; - Front Sight Finish - Case Hardened; - Front Tritium Color - Green; - Front Outline Color - White; - Front Blade Width - 0.140 in. (3.56mm); - Front Blade Height - 0.2 in. (5.08mm); - Rear Sight Style - Ghost Ring; - Rear Notch Shape - Aperture; - Rear Sight Finish - Case Hardened; - Rear Tritium Color - Green. ABOUT BRAND: AMERIGLO exists for one reason: to protect hard-working, law-abiding men and women from harm, thanks to the unquestionable accuracy and reliability from self-defense sights. Our proven night sights and red dot sights are built to last, for day-and-night illumination, and for accuracy under stress. They are ideal for concealed carry, home defense, law enforcement, competitive shooters, and 2A enthusiasts.

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Best Glock Ghost Ring Sights In 2023 Review

The long, continued popularity of Glock handguns shows that countless men and women see them as their ‘go-to’ pistol choice.

Standard Glock models come with reliability, efficiency, and acceptable accuracy. However, there are a variety of ways to further improve performance. The one we will be looking at is through the purchase, installation, and use of ghost ring sights.

Best Glock Ghost Ring Sights

Our aim is to help you find the most suitable model for your style of use.

With this in mind, we will review 6 of the very best Glock ghost ring sights currently available. From there, we will get into a buying guide. This will give tips and pointers as to what you should be looking for from this type of sight.

Let’s get straight into our reviews and begin with…

  • 1.1 1 Ameriglo GL-125 Ghost Ring Green Rear Sights – Most Flexible Glock Ghost Ring Sight
  • 1.2 2 Trijicon Night Sight Sets for Glock Pistols – Best Tactical Glock Ghost Ring Sight
  • 1.3 3 Truglo TFX Pro Tritium and Fiber Optic Xtreme Handgun Sights – Best Barrel Glock Ghost Ring Sight
  • 1.4 4 SeeAll Open Sight MK2 Tritium-Lit – Most Versatile Glock Ghost Ring Sight
  • 1.5 5 XS Sights New DXT2 Big Dot Night Sight – Most Durable Glock Ghost Ring Sight
  • 1.6 6 KNS Switch Sight for Glock BLK – Best Premium Glock Ghost Ring Sight
  • 2.1 Design Style
  • 2.2 Durability
  • 2.3 Rapid Target Acquisition
  • 2.4 Value for Money – Paying a Sensible Price
  • 2.5 Looking for more superb Sight options?
  • 3 So, what are the Best Glock Ghost Ring Sights?

Top 6 Best Glock Ghost Ring Sights Reviews

  • Ameriglo GL-125 Ghost Ring Green – Most Flexible Glock Ghost Ring Sight
  • Trijicon Night Sight Sets for Glock Pistols – Best Tactical Glock Ghost Ring Sight
  • Truglo TFX Pro Tritium and Fiber Optic Xtreme Handgun Sights – Best Barrel Glock Ghost Ring Sight
  • SeeAll Open Sight MK2 Tritium-Lit – Most Versatile Glock Ghost Ring Sight
  • XS Sights New DXT2 Big Dot Night Sight – Most Durable Glock Ghost Ring Sight
  • KNS Switch Sight for Glock BLK – Best Premium Glock Ghost Ring Sight

1 Ameriglo GL-125 Ghost Ring Green Rear Sights – Most Flexible Glock Ghost Ring Sight

This AMERIGLO GL-125 model is suitable for a wide range of Glock handgun models.

Flexible fitment…

Made from all black polymer, the GL-125 comes with a green and orange front sight and a green rear sight. It has to be classed as one of the best Glock ghost ring sights in terms of flexibility. This is because the design will fit 13 different Glock models: 17/19/22/23/24/26/27/33/34/35/37/38/39.

Once attached, you will find this sight effective for use in low-light conditions as well as for night time use.

Accurate target acquisition x 2

Fast target acquisition comes at the double. This is thanks to the two sights on offer. The front sight offers a single green tritium lamp for rapid target acquisition. The rear sight gives two tritium lamps to ensure overall sight acquisition is yours.

During daytime shooting, the ridge pattern rear sight deflects bright light. At night or in low-light situations, the bright light received from the green tritium sources takes over to give clarity.

It comes with a recommendation!

This Glock ghost ring is quick and easy to install. This can be achieved either by using a GTool1 or a quality miniature socket wrench set. While install is very straight forward, if in doubt (or you happen to be ‘tool-less’) pop down your local gun store or range. They will have this fixed on correctly in no time at all.

As for effective use, those Glock owners who need assurance can rest at ease. This is a chosen model for both police and the armed forces. If it fits their needs, it should suit yours perfectly!

Ameriglo GL-125 Ghost Ring Green

  • Fits a wide selection of Glock models.
  • Significantly reduced glare is yours.
  • Effective for night time use.
  • Easy install.
  • Lower end price bracket.
  • Sit higher than standard Glock sights.
  • Construction materials are not the best.
  • Coating scratches easily.

2 Trijicon Night Sight Sets for Glock Pistols – Best Tactical Glock Ghost Ring Sight

Trijicon are highly respected sight manufacturers, and they design a variety of quality sights for both military and civilian use. This 3-Dot front and rear night sight set is a very solid option for Glock owners.

Superb if you own more than one Glock…

Anyone who owns various Glock handguns will find this 3-Dot front and rear night sight a flexible investment. This is because it has been designed to fit 18 different Glock models. This means the chances are high that you will only need this one sight for your Glock collection.

Specifically designed for tactical use…

As would be expected from Trijicon, this sight is built to last. You can be assured that it will stand up to expected (and unexpected!) shooting situations. It has been specifically designed for use in tactical situations. This makes speed of use and rapid target acquisition its main selling points.

Coming with a large .144-inch width front sight, viewing through the rear sight is wide and clear. Color choice of the front outline is yours. It comes with a front sight containing an extra-large dot tritium lamp, and you can go for the orange or yellow front outline.

Improved focus…

As for the rear sight, this is of a U-Notch design. It houses two dots that come with black painted rings. This dot design feature adds additional focus to the front sight.

The tritium lamps are actually enclosed in glass lamps, which are protected by aluminum cylinders. This protective feature means abrasion, and recoil resistance is a given. In addition to this, the front outline offers a glow-in-the-dark photoluminescent powder, which enhances visibility, particularly at night.

Trijicon Night Sight Sets for Glock Pistols

  • Highly respected manufacturer.
  • Designed specifically for tactical use.
  • Good choice for those with more than one Glock model.
  • Rapid target acquisition.
  • Very accurate at close to mid ranges.
  • Tritium lamps have an estimated 12-year life.
  • Not compatible with the Glock MOS platform.

3 Truglo TFX Pro Tritium and Fiber Optic Xtreme Handgun Sights – Best Barrel Glock Ghost Ring Sight

TRUGLO are another very well received sight manufacturer. And this TFX Pro model is very popular with Glock owners.

A different take on traditional designs…

The design offers a different take from most available Glock ghost ring sights. Rather than the expected ‘ring’ design, you will find the rear sight comes in a barrel shape.

This rear sight still contains green tritium optics on both sides while the front sight is of more traditional design. It also comes with a green tritium insert and a surrounding bright orange ring.

Superb for any lighting conditions…

There will be no concerns relating to performance or correct holstering with this alternative design. In fact, many shooters may prefer it. We say this because the contrast between the front sight orange ring and the tritium is more than acceptably visible. This is regardless of whether you are shooting in daylight or low-light conditions.

The TRUGLO TFX sight range glows bright, whether used during the day or at night. However, the TFX Pro sights take the Tritium and Fiber-Optic technology one step further. This is achieved by the inclusion of additional features such as a very durable construction, compact snag-free design, and longer sight radius.

Sealed capsule protection…

The illuminating elements of this Glock ghost ring sight have been encased in a shock-resistant, virtually indestructible capsule.

Thanks to the CNC-machined steel used during construction, it is guaranteed to last a long time. To further enhance durability and protection, it has also been ’Fortress’ finished for rust-resistance.

Choose the model carefully!

TRUGLO offers this model in a variety of different versions dependent upon the Glock model(s) you own. The one we are reviewing is made for the 17/17L, 19, 22, 23, 24, and more. However, there are different designs (same features) to fit your Glock model.

An example here is the model that will fit Glock 42 and 43 handguns. We included this because many of the Glock ghost ring sights available from various manufacturers do not fit these later Glock models.

Truglo TFX Pro Tritium and Fiber Optic Xtreme Handgun Sights

  • Quality build, designed to last.
  • Different models for different Glock handguns.
  • Front sight orange circle is bright.
  • Tritium functions well in just about any light.
  • A different design that may not suit all.
  • Make sure you select the correct model for your Glock(s).

4 SeeAll Open Sight MK2 Tritium-Lit – Most Versatile Glock Ghost Ring Sight

SeeAll offers a sight that certainly offers flexibility. And they claim this Open Sight MK2 is designed for any weapon with a rail!

Useful if you want one sight for several weapons…

If you have a Glock handgun along with a variety of other weapons, this is a flexible sight option. As mentioned, it will fit any weapon with a top rail. Coming with a QD (Quick Detach) feature means you will be at liberty to switch it between weapons.

Night visibility is yours…

If you are looking to replace your standard Glock sights, then it makes sense to look at sights that offer good night visibility. This SeeAll Tritium-Lit MK2 sight does exactly that and does so without a battery being required.

This is achieved thanks to the built-in Edge Glow polycarbonate with light-gathering technology, which enables highly effective use in low-light conditions. You then have the additional Tritium Inlay that allows for reticle visibility even when conditions are at their darkest.

It should be noted that this Open Sight is unlike red dot reflex sights, and it is never affected by temperature swings. This makes it ideal any time day or night, for self and home defense as well as hunting purposes.

Is your eyesight fading?

This Open Sight includes a delta style reticle. It also comes with easily adjustable windage and elevation screws. These features will go some way to enhance accuracy.

Another benefit is for those shooters who find their eyesight is fading. Being a single sight unit means you don’t have to cope with both a front and rear sight focussing process.

Sleek design…

Many will find the design of this upgraded MK2 sight easy on the eye, but you can be assured it is not just for show. The design lends itself to the rough and tumble of whatever shooting conditions you intend to put it through. Heavy use is yours due to the lifetime guarantee it comes with.

You will also keep the lens nice and clear thanks to the included CDAT microfiber lens cleaning cloth.

SeeAll Open Sight MK2 Tritium-Lit for Shotguns

  • Fits any weapon with a top rail.
  • Good for shooters with multiple weapons.
  • Effective for day as well as night use.
  • Single unit design aids those with failing eyesight.
  • Lifetime guarantee.
  • Not a specific Glock ghost ring sight.
  • There are cheaper, more appropriate sights for Glock users.

5 XS Sights New DXT2 Big Dot Night Sight – Most Durable Glock Ghost Ring Sight

With over twenty years of night sight manufacturing experience, XS Sights know a thing or two about what works effectively. This DXT2 Big Dot model does exactly that.

Built to last, use with confidence…

The body of this quality Glock sight has been precision CNC machined from U.S. steel and is built to withstand robust use. It offers durability and protection against such things as drops, ultrasonic cleaners, cleaning solutions, and rust.

The sight is pre-drilled and included in the purchase price is a Glock install tool, Allen key, and thread locker.

Once your sight is attached and ‘in-service’ you will not have to worry about long use. XS Sights offer an excellent warranty. This comes in the form of a 100% ‘No Questions Asked’ guarantee.

Color choice of glow dot…

This high-contrast front sight is offered with either a yellow or orange Photoluminescent Glow Dot. When deciding on the color, it should be noted that yellow glows best while orange contrasts better in bright light.

Having said this, because eyesight varies from shooter to shooter some will see one color better than the other.

The widest front sight currently available…

The Big Dot of this sight is the biggest front sight currently available and measures in at 0.188-inches (4.8mm) wide. This increased surface area ensures the dot is bright whether used in daylight or low-light. Due to its size, it will also aid those with poor eyesight.

In essence, what this bright dot offers is rapid front sight acquisition when used in full light conditions, while the photoluminescent properties work to absorb surrounding ambient light to glow in low light.

What will this give you?

This combination will give Glock shooters a clear sight picture. This is regardless of whether your handgun is used during daylight or darkness. You can also be assured that the tritium powered front and rear sight gives illumination in any light.

Target acquisition made easy…

This has to be classed as one of the best glock ghost ring sights for target acquisition. This is because the XS “Dot-The-i” straight-line picture feature works in a fast, natural way.

It draws a shooter’s eye to the front sight and helps achieve very fast front sight acquisition. From there the front sight naturally centers over the rear sight vertical bar to give precision alignment.

XS Sights New DXT2 Big Dot Night Sight

  • Solid, robust build.
  • Big, easy to see front sight.
  • Choice of glow dot colors.
  • Different models to fit a wide selection of Glocks.
  • Fast, easy target acquirement.
  • Ten Year 100% ”No quibble’ guarantee.
  • The Tritium is not as bright as on other brands.
  • Upper end of price scale.

6 KNS Switch Sight for Glock BLK – Best Premium Glock Ghost Ring Sight

The final product in our best quality Glock ghost ring sights reviews centers on one that requires investment. However, quality costs and this Glock sight is certainly that.

Style combined with quality…

In terms of style, quality, and functionality this switch sight scores highly. It is made from stainless steel and then finished with black nitride. Such a quality build ensures it will take heavy use and keep coming back for more.

Works well with your holster and optics…

You will benefit from easily seen aiming dots while using this switch sight. It also fits well with most holsters and other optics you choose to use.

This gives you optional hand ‘set up’ positions in one package. The other benefit is that these sights can be rapidly deployed on occasions you are using your red dot sight and it fails.

Do you use a silencer?

Being of folding design makes this a very solid choice for those who make use of a silencer. It gives easy alternative shooting options. You can use this sight when shooting with a silencer, but take advantage of low profile sights when your silencer is not attached.

KNS Switch Sight for Glock BLK

  • Built to take a beating.
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  • Excellent red dot sight back-up for Glocks.
  • Some may prefer regular suppressor sights.
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Best Glock Ghost Ring Sights Guide

What should you look for when choosing Glock ghost ring sights? We feel there are four very important factors…

  • Design style.
  • Durability.
  • Value for money.

Let’s take a look at each in turn…

Design Style

The majority of Glock ghost ring sights come in one of 4 different design types. These are…

Three-Dot Sight

The majority of handgun sights come with three dots on them. One at the front, two at the rear. You should look at night sight capability through the inclusion of fiber optic or tritium inserts. Some models will offer a mixture.

Two-Dot Sight

With this sight style, you have a larger dot at the front with a smaller dot to the rear. Due to the size difference, the front sight is the main dot and is brighter. The rear sight works to ‘glow’ and helps emphasize the front do t.

I-Dot Sight

Again, this type of sight comes with a large front sight dot but the rear sight has a notch with a line painted under it. The aiming technique is slightly different in the sense that you need to dot the “I”. All this means is that you class the center of your aim as being the center of the dot. Once you are used to this lining up the I-dot sight can prove highly effective.

U-Shaped Rear Sight

This design is much more for those shooters into competitive shooting. The U-shape allows for easier aim at longer distances.

It should be noted that the three-dot design is most popular and the one that many Glock owners plump for. Having said this, if you are unfamiliar with ghost ring sights or are undecided on which best suits your shooting style don’t rush things. Consider each and even pop down your local range to try out different design styles that take your eye.

As with all firearms accessories, your Glock ghost ring sights need to offer durability. Therefore, models made from quality steel or aluminum are far more hardwearing than those of plastic.

Plastic may well start off solid but can rapidly become unreliable. It is also much less likely to withstand the expected heavy recoil and impact of consistent and continuous use.

Rapid Target Acquisition

Best Glock Ghost Ring Sights Goal

Firing your Glock at the range offers a very different experience to any self-defense situation you may find yourself in. This means that the ability to rapidly acquire and accurately hit your target under pressure is an absolute must.

The best ghost ring sights for Glocks will come with dots that offer a crisp, highly visible image. It also stands that you need to be ready to defend yourself 24/7.

This means target views need to be visible and easily acquired regardless of light conditions, i.e., in good light, low light, or night light. For this to be achieved you should choose a Glock ghost ring sight that comes with quality tritium inserts .

Value for Money – Paying a Sensible Price

The cost of all firearms and accessories is subjective. The amount you pay for good quality Glock ghost ring sights needs to be within a sensible budget for your needs.

There are plenty of ghost ring sight options available at reasonable prices. The cost will depend upon such things as the quality of build and the features offered . You should go with one that suits your purpose and shooting style.

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If so, check out our in-depth reviews of the Best Glock Reflex and Red Dot Sight s, the Best Pistol Reflex Sights , and the Best Red Dot Sights for Shotguns you can buy in 2023.

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Or, if you need to compare some great Glock pistols with other brands, check out our Sig Sauer P320 vs Glock 19 , Glock 43 vs MP Shield , and Glock 26 vs Glock 43 comparisons.

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Factory Glock sights are acceptable but installing a quality Glock ghost ring sight is a better solution. This addition will give you a far greater advantage in any life-threatening situation. With this in mind, we would have to recommend the…

Trijicon Night Sight Sets for Glock Pistols

Trijicon have established themselves as premier and innovative manufacturers in the sight world. And they supply top quality optics for military, law enforcement, and civilian use.

Their Night Sight set for Glock pistol owners has been specifically designed for tactical purposes. This makes it a solid choice for day or night use. Those who own more than one Glock handgun model will also appreciate its interchangeability.

Rapid target acquisition is yours and it gives excellent accuracy where it counts; at close to mid-ranges. To finish things off, the top quality build means this sight set will last a long time and it comes with tritium lamps that have an estimated 12-year life.

Happy and safe shooting.

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In Transit: Notes from the Underground

Jun 06 2018.

Spend some time in one of Moscow’s finest museums.

Subterranean commuting might not be anyone’s idea of a good time, but even in a city packing the war-games treasures and priceless bejeweled eggs of the Kremlin Armoury and the colossal Soviet pavilions of the VDNKh , the Metro holds up as one of Moscow’s finest museums. Just avoid rush hour.

The Metro is stunning and provides an unrivaled insight into the city’s psyche, past and present, but it also happens to be the best way to get around. Moscow has Uber, and the Russian version called Yandex Taxi , but also some nasty traffic. Metro trains come around every 90 seconds or so, at a more than 99 percent on-time rate. It’s also reasonably priced, with a single ride at 55 cents (and cheaper in bulk). From history to tickets to rules — official and not — here’s what you need to know to get started.

A Brief Introduction Buying Tickets Know Before You Go (Down) Rules An Easy Tour

A Brief Introduction

Moscow’s Metro was a long time coming. Plans for rapid transit to relieve the city’s beleaguered tram system date back to the Imperial era, but a couple of wars and a revolution held up its development. Stalin revived it as part of his grand plan to modernize the Soviet Union in the 1920s and 30s. The first lines and tunnels were constructed with help from engineers from the London Underground, although Stalin’s secret police decided that they had learned too much about Moscow’s layout and had them arrested on espionage charges and deported.

The beauty of its stations (if not its trains) is well-documented, and certainly no accident. In its illustrious first phases and particularly after the Second World War, the greatest architects of Soviet era were recruited to create gleaming temples celebrating the Revolution, the USSR, and the war triumph. No two stations are exactly alike, and each of the classic showpieces has a theme. There are world-famous shrines to Futurist architecture, a celebration of electricity, tributes to individuals and regions of the former Soviet Union. Each marble slab, mosaic tile, or light fixture was placed with intent, all in service to a station’s aesthetic; each element, f rom the smallest brass ear of corn to a large blood-spattered sword on a World War II mural, is an essential part of the whole.

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The Metro is a monument to the Soviet propaganda project it was intended to be when it opened in 1935 with the slogan “Building a Palace for the People”. It brought the grand interiors of Imperial Russia to ordinary Muscovites, celebrated the Soviet Union’s past achievements while promising its citizens a bright Soviet future, and of course, it was a show-piece for the world to witness the might and sophistication of life in the Soviet Union.

It may be a museum, but it’s no relic. U p to nine million people use it daily, more than the London Underground and New York Subway combined. (Along with, at one time, about 20 stray dogs that learned to commute on the Metro.)

In its 80+ year history, the Metro has expanded in phases and fits and starts, in step with the fortunes of Moscow and Russia. Now, partly in preparation for the World Cup 2018, it’s also modernizing. New trains allow passengers to walk the entire length of the train without having to change carriages. The system is becoming more visitor-friendly. (There are helpful stickers on the floor marking out the best selfie spots .) But there’s a price to modernity: it’s phasing out one of its beloved institutions, the escalator attendants. Often they are middle-aged or elderly women—“ escalator grandmas ” in news accounts—who have held the post for decades, sitting in their tiny kiosks, scolding commuters for bad escalator etiquette or even bad posture, or telling jokes . They are slated to be replaced, when at all, by members of the escalator maintenance staff.

For all its achievements, the Metro lags behind Moscow’s above-ground growth, as Russia’s capital sprawls ever outwards, generating some of the world’s worst traffic jams . But since 2011, the Metro has been in the middle of an ambitious and long-overdue enlargement; 60 new stations are opening by 2020. If all goes to plan, the 2011-2020 period will have brought 125 miles of new tracks and over 100 new stations — a 40 percent increase — the fastest and largest expansion phase in any period in the Metro’s history.

Facts: 14 lines Opening hours: 5 a.m-1 a.m. Rush hour(s): 8-10 a.m, 4-8 p.m. Single ride: 55₽ (about 85 cents) Wi-Fi network-wide

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Buying Tickets

  • Ticket machines have a button to switch to English.
  • You can buy specific numbers of rides: 1, 2, 5, 11, 20, or 60. Hold up fingers to show how many rides you want to buy.
  • There is also a 90-minute ticket , which gets you 1 trip on the metro plus an unlimited number of transfers on other transport (bus, tram, etc) within 90 minutes.
  • Or, you can buy day tickets with unlimited rides: one day (218₽/ US$4), three days (415₽/US$7) or seven days (830₽/US$15). Check the rates here to stay up-to-date.
  • If you’re going to be using the Metro regularly over a few days, it’s worth getting a Troika card , a contactless, refillable card you can use on all public transport. Using the Metro is cheaper with one of these: a single ride is 36₽, not 55₽. Buy them and refill them in the Metro stations, and they’re valid for 5 years, so you can keep it for next time. Or, if you have a lot of cash left on it when you leave, you can get it refunded at the Metro Service Centers at Ulitsa 1905 Goda, 25 or at Staraya Basmannaya 20, Building 1.
  • You can also buy silicone bracelets and keychains with built-in transport chips that you can use as a Troika card. (A Moscow Metro Fitbit!) So far, you can only get these at the Pushkinskaya metro station Live Helpdesk and souvenir shops in the Mayakovskaya and Trubnaya metro stations. The fare is the same as for the Troika card.
  • You can also use Apple Pay and Samsung Pay.

Rules, spoken and unspoken

No smoking, no drinking, no filming, no littering. Photography is allowed, although it used to be banned.

Stand to the right on the escalator. Break this rule and you risk the wrath of the legendary escalator attendants. (No shenanigans on the escalators in general.)

Get out of the way. Find an empty corner to hide in when you get off a train and need to stare at your phone. Watch out getting out of the train in general; when your train doors open, people tend to appear from nowhere or from behind ornate marble columns, walking full-speed.

Always offer your seat to elderly ladies (what are you, a monster?).

An Easy Tour

This is no Metro Marathon ( 199 stations in 20 hours ). It’s an easy tour, taking in most—though not all—of the notable stations, the bulk of it going clockwise along the Circle line, with a couple of short detours. These stations are within minutes of one another, and the whole tour should take about 1-2 hours.

Start at Mayakovskaya Metro station , at the corner of Tverskaya and Garden Ring,  Triumfalnaya Square, Moskva, Russia, 125047.

1. Mayakovskaya.  Named for Russian Futurist Movement poet Vladimir Mayakovsky and an attempt to bring to life the future he imagined in his poems. (The Futurist Movement, natch, was all about a rejecting the past and celebrating all things speed, industry, modern machines, youth, modernity.) The result: an Art Deco masterpiece that won the National Grand Prix for architecture at the New York World’s Fair in 1939. It’s all smooth, rounded shine and light, and gentle arches supported by columns of dark pink marble and stainless aircraft steel. Each of its 34 ceiling niches has a mosaic. During World War II, the station was used as an air-raid shelter and, at one point, a bunker for Stalin. He gave a subdued but rousing speech here in Nov. 6, 1941 as the Nazis bombed the city above.

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Take the 3/Green line one station to:

2. Belorusskaya. Opened in 1952, named after the connected Belarussky Rail Terminal, which runs trains between Moscow and Belarus. This is a light marble affair with a white, cake-like ceiling, lined with Belorussian patterns and 12 Florentine ceiling mosaics depicting life in Belarussia when it was built.

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Transfer onto the 1/Brown line. Then, one stop (clockwise) t o:

3. Novoslobodskaya.  This station was designed around the stained-glass panels, which were made in Latvia, because Alexey Dushkin, the Soviet starchitect who dreamed it up (and also designed Mayakovskaya station) couldn’t find the glass and craft locally. The stained glass is the same used for Riga’s Cathedral, and the panels feature plants, flowers, members of the Soviet intelligentsia (musician, artist, architect) and geometric shapes.

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Go two stops east on the 1/Circle line to:

4. Komsomolskaya. Named after the Komsomol, or the Young Communist League, this might just be peak Stalin Metro style. Underneath the hub for three regional railways, it was intended to be a grand gateway to Moscow and is today its busiest station. It has chandeliers; a yellow ceiling with Baroque embellishments; and in the main hall, a colossal red star overlaid on golden, shimmering tiles. Designer Alexey Shchusev designed it as an homage to the speech Stalin gave at Red Square on Nov. 7, 1941, in which he invoked Russia’s illustrious military leaders as a pep talk to Soviet soldiers through the first catastrophic year of the war.   The station’s eight large mosaics are of the leaders referenced in the speech, such as Alexander Nevsky, a 13th-century prince and military commander who bested German and Swedish invading armies.

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One more stop clockwise to Kurskaya station,  and change onto the 3/Blue  line, and go one stop to:

5. Baumanskaya.   Opened in 1944. Named for the Bolshevik Revolutionary Nikolai Bauman , whose monument and namesake district are aboveground here. Though he seemed like a nasty piece of work (he apparently once publicly mocked a woman he had impregnated, who later hung herself), he became a Revolutionary martyr when he was killed in 1905 in a skirmish with a monarchist, who hit him on the head with part of a steel pipe. The station is in Art Deco style with atmospherically dim lighting, and a series of bronze sculptures of soldiers and homefront heroes during the War. At one end, there is a large mosaic portrait of Lenin.

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Stay on that train direction one more east to:

6. Elektrozavodskaya. As you may have guessed from the name, this station is the Metro’s tribute to all thing electrical, built in 1944 and named after a nearby lightbulb factory. It has marble bas-relief sculptures of important figures in electrical engineering, and others illustrating the Soviet Union’s war-time struggles at home. The ceiling’s recurring rows of circular lamps give the station’s main tunnel a comforting glow, and a pleasing visual effect.

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Double back two stops to Kurskaya station , and change back to the 1/Circle line. Sit tight for six stations to:

7. Kiyevskaya. This was the last station on the Circle line to be built, in 1954, completed under Nikita Khrushchev’ s guidance, as a tribute to his homeland, Ukraine. Its three large station halls feature images celebrating Ukraine’s contributions to the Soviet Union and Russo-Ukrainian unity, depicting musicians, textile-working, soldiers, farmers. (One hall has frescoes, one mosaics, and the third murals.) Shortly after it was completed, Khrushchev condemned the architectural excesses and unnecessary luxury of the Stalin era, which ushered in an epoch of more austere Metro stations. According to the legend at least, he timed the policy in part to ensure no Metro station built after could outshine Kiyevskaya.

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Change to the 3/Blue line and go one stop west.

8. Park Pobedy. This is the deepest station on the Metro, with one of the world’s longest escalators, at 413 feet. If you stand still, the escalator ride to the surface takes about three minutes .) Opened in 2003 at Victory Park, the station celebrates two of Russia’s great military victories. Each end has a mural by Georgian artist Zurab Tsereteli, who also designed the “ Good Defeats Evil ” statue at the UN headquarters in New York. One mural depicts the Russian generals’ victory over the French in 1812 and the other, the German surrender of 1945. The latter is particularly striking; equal parts dramatic, triumphant, and gruesome. To the side, Red Army soldiers trample Nazi flags, and if you look closely there’s some blood spatter among the detail. Still, the biggest impressions here are the marble shine of the chessboard floor pattern and the pleasingly geometric effect if you view from one end to the other.

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Keep going one more stop west to:

9. Slavyansky Bulvar.  One of the Metro’s youngest stations, it opened in 2008. With far higher ceilings than many other stations—which tend to have covered central tunnels on the platforms—it has an “open-air” feel (or as close to it as you can get, one hundred feet under). It’s an homage to French architect Hector Guimard, he of the Art Nouveau entrances for the Paris M é tro, and that’s precisely what this looks like: A Moscow homage to the Paris M é tro, with an additional forest theme. A Cyrillic twist on Guimard’s Metro-style lettering over the benches, furnished with t rees and branch motifs, including creeping vines as towering lamp-posts.

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Stay on the 3/Blue line and double back four stations to:

10. Arbatskaya. Its first iteration, Arbatskaya-Smolenskaya station, was damaged by German bombs in 1941. It was rebuilt in 1953, and designed to double as a bomb shelter in the event of nuclear war, although unusually for stations built in the post-war phase, this one doesn’t have a war theme. It may also be one of the system’s most elegant: Baroque, but toned down a little, with red marble floors and white ceilings with gilded bronze c handeliers.

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Jump back on the 3/Blue line  in the same direction and take it one more stop:

11. Ploshchad Revolyutsii (Revolution Square). Opened in 1938, and serving Red Square and the Kremlin . Its renowned central hall has marble columns flanked by 76 bronze statues of Soviet heroes: soldiers, students, farmers, athletes, writers, parents. Some of these statues’ appendages have a yellow sheen from decades of Moscow’s commuters rubbing them for good luck. Among the most popular for a superstitious walk-by rub: the snout of a frontier guard’s dog, a soldier’s gun (where the touch of millions of human hands have tapered the gun barrel into a fine, pointy blade), a baby’s foot, and a woman’s knee. (A brass rooster also sports the telltale gold sheen, though I am told that rubbing the rooster is thought to bring bad luck. )

Now take the escalator up, and get some fresh air.

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The Red Square and beyond: a guide to Moscow’s neighbourhoods

Apr 23, 2019 • 6 min read

The Red Square, Kremlin and St Basil's Cathedral in Moscow at night © Mordolff / Getty Images

The Red Square, Kremlin and St Basil's Cathedral in Moscow at night © Mordolff / Getty Images

One of the world’s largest cities, Moscow is a true metropolis whose ancient neighbourhoods are interspersed with newly built high-rises, inhabited by people from all over the former Soviet Union.

It’s also the city of rings: the innermost is the Kremlin itself; further away are the former defensive rings, Boulevard Ring and Garden Ring; still further are the Third Ring Road and the MKAD, which delineates the city’s borders. There’s an ongoing joke that Moscow Mayor is the Lord of the Rings. Most sights are contained within the Garden Ring, although for some more authentic neighbourhoods one has to venture further out. To help you explore Moscow’s diversity, we picked our favourite ’hoods – but this list is by no means exhaustive.

Evening view of Moscow's Red Square from the Kremlin towards St Basil's Cathedral

The Red Square and around

It can be argued that Moscow, or even the whole of Russia, starts at the  Red Square  – it’s an absolute must-see for any visitor. After standing in line to check out Lenin’s granite  mausoleum , go to GUM , Moscow's oldest department store. Full of luxury shops, it’s famous for the glass roof designed by one of Russia’s most celebrated architects, Vladimir Shukhov. Apart from architectural wonders, GUM has several places to eat including the Soviet-style cafeteria Stolovaya No 57 where you can sample mysterious-sounding delicacies such as the ‘herring in a fur coat’.

On the opposite side of GUM, Kremlin ’s walls and towers rise above the Red Square. Walk through the Alexander Garden  and past the grotto to the Kremlin’s entrance. It’s a treasure trove for any art and history lover: ancient gold-domed churches, icons galore and the resting place of Moscow tsars.

On the other side of the Red Square is Moscow's symbol,  St Basil's Cathedral with its multi-colored domes. Right behind it is the newly built Zaryadye Park , which showcases flora from all over Russia; another attraction is the floating bridge jutting out above the embankment and the Moscow river. A glass pavilion nearby hosts Voskhod , a space-themed restaurant with dishes from all 15 former Soviet Union republics. It’s a perfect spot for a classy evening meal and there’s often live music.

People chilling out at a pond in central Moscow on a summer day

Patriarch’s Ponds

The Patriarch’s Ponds (aka Patriki) is a historical neighbourhood, celebrated in Mikhail Bulgakov’s novel Master and Margarita . Located right off Tverskaya street, Moscow’s main thoroughfare, Patriki recently became the city’s most happening quarter. It has some of the most elegant architecture, including several buildings by art-nouveau genius Fyodor Shekhtel. Narrow streets here have a cozy feel, with recently widened sidewalks and bike lanes. In the summer it becomes party central.

Start by checking out free exhibitions or one of the cutting-edge performances at the experimental theatre Praktika . But make no mistake, the neighbourhood’s main attraction are its bars and restaurants. Patriki’s residents are well-off Russians and expats, so it’s no wonder that  Moscow’s recent culinary revolution started here. Uilliam’s , one of the pioneers of this foodie movement, still rules over the scene with its floor-to-ceiling windows. Also try AQ Chicken  for everything chicken-related, Patara  for a taste of Georgian cuisine, and Cutfish for some great sushi. Finish your gastronomic tour with original cocktails at Pinch or the Moscow outpost of NYC restaurant Saxon+Parole .

Old red-brick buildings of the former Arma factory in Moscow

Around Kursky train station

For a long time, Kursky train station was surrounded by semi-abandoned factories and the area was best avoided. It all changed in the late 2000s, when a dilapidated wine factory was turned into Winzavod , a mecca for fans of contemporary art. Today these red-brick buildings are occupied by some of Moscow’s leading galleries. After taking in all the art, pop in the small wine bar Barrell  for a glass from burgeoning wineries of Russia’s south or grab a bite at Khitrye Lyudi  cafe.

Right next to Winzavod is Artplay , another refurbished factory full of design and furniture shops and large exhibition spaces.  It’s also home to  Pluton , one of the latest additions to Moscow’s dance scene. Other Pluton residents are the multimedia art gallery Proun  and another lunch option,  Shanhaika , with authentic Chinese cuisine.

A short walk away is Arma, where a cluster of circular gas holders has been turned into offices, restaurants and clubs including Gazgolder  (it belongs to one of Russia’s most famous rappers, Basta). Apart from hip-hop concerts, Gazgolder organises regular techno parties that sometimes go non-stop from Friday to Monday.

Colourful facade and onion-shaped domes of a Russian Orthodox church in Moscow

If you’re interested in religious architecture, Taganka is the place to go. First of all, see the old Moscow at Krutitskoye Podvorye – one of those places where nothing seems to have changed in centuries. The monastery was founded in the 13th century, but in the 16th century it became the home of Moscow metropolitans and most of the surviving buildings are from that epoch. Take a tour of the grounds, and don’t miss the interior and icons of the Assumption Cathedral.

Your next stop is the Rogozhskoe settlement of ‘old believers’, a branch that split from Russian Orthodoxy in the 17th century. The settlement is dominated by an 80m-tall bell tower. The yellow-coloured Intercession Church, built in neoclassical style with baroque elements, has an important collection of icons. Next to the church grounds is the popular Trapeznaya cafeteria, with Russian food cooked using traditional recipes – a perfect spot for lunch.

A short ride away is Andronikov Monastery, which today houses the Rublyov Museum  in the old monks’ quarters. There’s a great collection of ancient Orthodox icons although none by Andrei Rublyov, who was a monk here in the 15th century. The main attraction at the monastery is the small Saviour’s Cathedral, considered the oldest surviving church in Moscow.

Finish the day at the craft-beer cluster around Taganskaya metro station. Varka offers both Russian and imported labels, with the Burger Heroes stand serving arguably the best burgers in town. Craft & Draft looks more like a respectable old-fashioned pub, with decent food, 20 beers on tap and a hundred types of bottled brews.

Elaborate facade with statues and balcony on a mansion in Moscow

Khamovniki is Moscow’s ancient textile district, named after the word kham  (a type of cloth). Two main thoroughfares, Ostozhenka and Prechistenka, cut through the neighbourhood parallel to each other. The former turned into the so-called ‘Golden Mile’ of Moscow in the 1990s, with the highest real-estate prices and some of the best examples of new Russian architecture, while the latter is still mostly lined up with impressive 19th-century mansions.

Khamovniki is somewhat of a literary quarter, as several museums devoted to Russia’s best-known writers – among them  Leo Tolstoy , Alexander Pushkin  and Ivan Turgenev – popped up here during the last century. There’s also plenty to see for an art lover. The  Multimedia Art Museum regularly hosts exhibitions by some of the best photographers from all over the world, as well as contemporary art. Several galleries, including RuArts  and Kournikova Gallery , have also found home in Khamovniki.

When you’ve had your fill of literature and art, stop by Gorod Sad on Ostozhenka, an outpost of a local health-food chain, and order dishes such as pumpkin soup or grilled vegetables salads. Afterwards, head to Dom 12 , which is located just off Ostozhenka street. This restaurant and wine bar is frequented by the city’s intellectuals and its schedule includes lectures, book presentations and film screenings, while in the summer guests migrate to a lovely courtyard.

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Top 10 Moscow Attractions – Things To Do In Moscow

1. all around the kremlin.

St. Basil’s Cathedral

Start from the Alexandrovsky Sad (Alexander Garden), a highlight of Moscow center. The garden is famous for its architectural monuments, incredibly beautiful flowerbeds and history. The Eternal Flame in the memory of the fallen heroes in the World War II glows in front of the Kremlin Kutafya Tower. Alexandrovsky Sad is a place that is impossible to miss, if you are going to the Kremlin , a symbol of the Russian State, one of the greatest architectural ensembles in the world, a treasury of amazing relics and monuments of art. The famous  Armory Chamber and the Diamond Fund are real treasure houses. The Kremlin is the official President’s residence and remains a gorgeous political landmark. On the way from the Kremlin to the Red Square , you will find the State History Muzeum , with a wonderful collection of artworks, depicting Russian history. Red Square remains, as it has been for centuries, the heart and soul of Russia. Few places in the world bear the weight of history to the extent that Moscow’s central square does. From the 16th Century St. Basil’s Cathedral – one of the most famous pieces of architecture in the world – to the constructivist pyramid of  Lenin’s Mausoleum , Red Square is rich in symbols of Russia’s turbulent and intriguing past. Right at the Square there is one of the oldest and most remarkable shopping centers in Moscow – the GUM . Just several trading passages in Russia were created over a century ago and successfully operate until nowadays. GUM always was, and remains the greatest country’s store. To have some rest you can go to recently opened Zaryadye Park and enjoy breathtaking views of The Moscow Kremlin from the floating bridge, listen to some classic concerts or try local food from different regions of Russia.

2. NEAR THE BOLSHOI THEATRE

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Not far from the Kremlin and the main street of Moscow – Tverskaya street you will find the Theater Square. The square is situated over the river Neglinka that was enclosed in an underground pipe in 1819. Now it is a green square with two beautiful fountains. The area owes its name because of t three theaters located there: a world-famous Bolshoi Theatre , Maly Theatre and Russian Academic Youth Theatre (RAMT). The Bolshoi Theatre is a symbol of Russia for all time. It was awarded this honor due to the major contribution to the history of the Russian performing arts. This history is on-going and today Bolshoi Theatre artists continue to contribute to it many bright pages. Visit the theatre to watch the magnificent Russian operas and ballets. Despite high ticket’s price, you will never be disappointed; it is a real pearl of the world’s theatrical life. The TsUM is a luxurious shopping mall with recognizable designer labels and expensive goods is also located at the Theatre Square. A good place to visit in this area is a place called «Denis Simachev Bar», a two-story house in Stoleshnikov Lane. The music and menu are diverse, as well as the audience. A special drink of the bar is cider «Sidor Simachev».

3. AROUND CATHEDRAL OF CHRIST THE SAVIOUR

Cathedral of Christ the Saviour

Start from Ostozhenka St. , and lanes around it, to see the charming old Moscow. Despite that Ostozhenka became one of the most expensive streets in the world, with lots of new houses, it preserved unique examples of the 18 and 19 centuries architecture, which you may find in the numerous bystreets. Moreover, Multimedia Art Museum , one of the most interesting art spots in Moscow is located at Ostozhenka, 16. Follow the street to the city center and you will see the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour . It is one of the largest Orthodox church in the world. The building is magnificent, but not as old as it looks, it was rebuilt in 2000 (the original was demolished by the order of Stalin). One of the highlights of the Cathedral is the panoramic view from the 40-meter-high observation platform. Use the footbridge from Christ the Savior Cathedral to get to the former area of confectionary factory Krasniy Octyabr (the Red October) with lots of stores, bars and cultural spots. The Strelka Bar is a good place to have some rest. It is a comfortable urban space for informal and having a cocktail. In summertime, the bar opens a terrace overlooking the Moscow River.

4. THE GORKY PARK

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After visiting the previous attraction, you can follow the footbridge and enter the long pedestrian zone at the borders of the Moskva River. At first, the Krimskaya embankment will lead you to the Museon Art Park , that has a unique collection of 700 sculptures. Nowadays Museon, together with the Gorky Park and Neskuchniy Sad are much reconstructed. The space of the Museon Park of Arts is perfectly landscaped for a comfortable and enjoyable stay. Follow the River Bank and you will come to the main leisure and cultural spot of nowadays Moscow – the  Gorky Park . It opened in 1928. In 2011, Gorky Park underwent a major restructuring and now has a fresh, vibrant appearance. The park’s recently upgraded design makes it one of the most interesting places to spend your leisure time. About 20,000 visitors visit the 109-hectare park each day. The park features bike rental stations, a comfortable business area with Wi-Fi, an outdoor movie theatre and a greenhouse where you can buy fresh greens such as basil and lettuce, numerous open-air cafes, yoga classes, film festivals in the summer cinema and classical music concerts. To contemplate the sky and the stars, you can go to the observatory and look through the telescope while listening to fascinating stories from astronomers. You can enjoy many sports in the park such as volleyball, handball, football or a peaceful jog around the beautiful surroundings If you go further by the riverbank you will reach Neskuchniy Sad , a wonderful place in the Moscow center, one of Moscow’s oldest parks, highly renovated for the past few years. Once an area filled with the summer palaces of Moscow’s wealthiest nobles, it is now a charming slice of wildlife with many activities and places of rest.

5. THE METRO

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The Moscow Metro has its own unforgettable charm. It was opened in 1935 and became one of the USSR’s most extravagant architectural projects. That is why most of the central underground stations look like a museum. Every station has its own mood, different decorations and fascinating story. Take a journey in Moscow underground to get an unforgettable impression of the city.

6. THE NOVODEVICHY CONVENT

The Novodevichy Convent

The Novodevichy Convent , built in the 16th and 17th centuries in the so-called Moscow Baroque style, was part of a chain of monastic ensembles that were integrated into the defence system of the city. The convent was directly associated with the political, cultural and religious history of Russia, and closely linked to the Moscow Kremlin. It was used by women of the Tsar’s family and the aristocracy. Members of the Tsar’s family and entourage were also buried in its cemetery. The convent provides an example of the highest accomplishments of Russian architecture with rich interiors and an important collection of paintings and artefacts. The convent was closed in 1917, and in 1926, it became a branch of the State Historical Museum. The museum`s collection now consist of about 12,000 items, including old Russian paintings, fabrics from the 16th—20th centuries, items from precious metals and stones, liturgical items, and vestments, made by the best artists, jewelers and embroiderers. The necropolis is one of the convent`s special attractions. The Novodevichy cemetery is divided into «new» and «old» sections. The old cemetery lies within the convent’s walls, and since the early 18th century it was the burial place for eminent and rich people, above all, the tsar’s family. In the 19th century, many prominent Russians were laid to rest here. The new cemetery was had been used from 1898 to 1904. During the Soviet era, the Novodevichy cemetery was second in prestige only to the Kremlin wall necropolis.

7. ZOO AND PLANETARIUM

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The Moscow Zoo is one of the oldest zoos in Europe. Its first name has been Zoological Park and it was opened in 1864. Through 140 years of its history, during times of peace, war, revolution the Zoo was open. Nowadays it is located right in the middle of the big city. The main entrance to the zoo, built in 1997, stands opposite Krasnopresnenskaya metro station. It looks like a fairytale castle with towers and a waterfall. This enter leads to the old part of the zoo, where the highlights include the big cats, a neat underground viewing space below the penguin pool, a dolphinarium, as well as the sea lion enclosure that lets you watch them swim from below. A pedestrian bridge takes you across the street to the New Territory, the most interesting parts of which are probably the primate house and fun children’s zoo. Near the second enter to the Zoo at the Garden ring The Moscow Planetarium is located. It was first opened on November 5, 1929. After a global reconstruction, it was reopened in 2011. Now it is a multifunctional complex that combines scientific and educational resources: the interactive museum «Lunarium», the Museum of Urania, the Big Star Hall and the Sky Park, family recreation center that is focused on different age groups. The Moscow Planetarium is one of the biggest planetariums in the world.

9. THE VDNKH AND MUSEUM OF COSMONAUTICS

Rotonda near Uzbekistan Pavillon at VDNKh

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The VDNKh – the Exhibition of National Economic Achievements – and it remains a fascinating monument to Russia’s transitional period, a mixture of faded Soviet pomp and unregulated capitalism. Its story began in 1939 as the All-Union Agricultural Exhibition, a monumental paean to the achievements of collectivization. Nowadays the VDNKh is a bizarre juxtaposition: part agricultural fair, part trade expo, part shopping center and part street market, with amusements as diverse as paint-balling and camel rides. The park itself is an intriguing example of 20th century landscaping. The VDNKh buildings, still preposterously magnificent are wonderful example of Soviet architecture. The VDNKh is truly unique, and worth visiting, especially as there is much more to be seen nearby, including the wonderful Cosmonautics Museum . It was opened in 1981, to the 20th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin space flight. The idea of creating this museum belongs to famous Russian scientist S.P. Korolev, one of the major figures in rocketry and space ship building of the XX century. Nowadays a large exposition demonstrates a full-size rocket and space technology. You can try interactive exhibits, such as the one, identical to the Cosmonaut Training Center simulator, virtual international space station and more.

10. KOLOMENSKOE MUSEUM-RESERVE

Kolomenskoe Museum-Reserve

A unique historic place – Kolomenskoe – is situated in the picturesque surrounding over the Moscow River banks. These lands are full of legends. Archeological discoveries state that the first settlements appeared here in the 8th century. It is an ancient and uniquely formed place. Today this is an exceptional complex of cultural monuments of a great historical value. The chief attraction of the park is undoubtedly the stone Church of the Ascension of the Lord . It was constructed in 1529-1532 by order of Tsar Vasily III to commemorate the birth of his son and heir, Ivan the Terrible. However, there is a lot more to see in the park: the pretty Church of the Icon of Our Lady of Kazan – with its bright azure domes and plenty of gold. Further into the park there is a charming Church of the Beheading of St John the Baptist , built by Ivan the Terrible to mark his coronation. If you visit this place, you can fully enjoy nature, picturesque views over the Moskva River and learn about Russian medieval architecture. Moreover, many cultural events are held here.

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