NEW ARBAT STREET. New Arbat Street runs from Arbat Square to the Novoarbatsky Bridge that crosses the Moscow River. The avenue is best for high-end shopping, dining, and entertainment, but visitors also can see some Moscow sights on New Arbat Street. On nearby Molchanovka Street, you'll find the Lermontov House Museum. The Russian White House stands at the other end of New Arbat, and if you look across the Novoarbatsky Bridge, you'll see Hotel Ukraina, one of Stalin's Seven Sisters.