This rock-n-roll club and museum is inside the very boiler room where the legendary musician Victor Tsoi and other rock stars worked and held underground concerts during the Perestroika years in the Soviet Union. The club features some of Tsoi's personal possessions, including his guitar, and there's graffiti with lyrics to his songs on the walls. Today, local rock bands perform at the club, and cover bands often perform songs of Tsoi's band, Kino. Tsoi, who died in a car accident in 1990 when he was just 28, had a huge impact on Russian rock and is revered in Russia and in former Soviet countries to this day. Cash only.