Shopping center “Aviapark”

Blvd Khodynsky, 4,

Aviapark is the largest shopping center in Europe. The total area of ​​the shopping center is 390,000 square meters, which corresponds to the size of 36 football fields. Commercial area – 230 000 square meters. m. In the “Aviapark” has its own attraction, which has already gained city-wide fame – a 24-meter cylindrical aquarium with tropical fish – the highest cylindrical aquarium in the world. A special feature of the shopping center, which delights visitors, is also a glass roof of 40,000 square meters.

TC “Afimoll City”

Presnenskaya embankment, 2

The Afimoll City shopping center is a metropolitan shopping center, which is located in the heart of the Moscow-City MIBC. The design of the shopping center combines modern design solutions and elements of the national Russian style. The mall has six above ground levels. On the area of ​​the total area of ​​283,182 square meters, there are cafes, restaurants, stores of leading brands and shopping areas (more than 400 stores), the seven-room cinema of the Formula Kino chain, as well as recreation and entertainment areas (more than 50 restaurants and cafes. The Afimall City shopping center hosts city-scale entertainment events: concerts, flashmobs, and holidays.

Shopping center “Vegas”

MKAD, the 24th km

Vegas is the largest shopping center in Moscow (480,000 sq. M.). In 2011, Vegas was recognized as the largest shopping center in Europe. Located on the territory of the Moscow region at the intersection of the Moscow Ring Road and Kashira highway. Vegas on Kashirka is the first thematic shopping mall in the country, combined with an extreme amusement park. The conceptual zoning system represents Ginza Night Street. Street Bazaar brings in the colorful and cozy world of the east. Fashion Avenue and Gold Street give a special aesthetic pleasure to lovers of fashion and jewelry. Cafe and lounge Food Stop occupies more than 9,000 square meters. Among the 400 brands that are available at Vegas are international and Russian companies: the Ashan supermarket, the new conceptual zone Your House, the Media Markt and M-Video home appliances and electronics center, Park Happylon attractions, 9-hall multiplex “Luxor”, a fitness center and many others.

Shopping center “Metropolis”

Sh. Leningradskoe, 16a, p. 4

Metropolis is a modern shopping center, on three floors of which there are more than 350 shops and restaurants. The shopping center is conveniently located near the Voykovskaya metro station, has a direct access to the MCC Baltiyskaya station and is only fifteen minute drive from the center of Moscow, but at the same time at a sufficient distance from the overly crowded city center. There is a modern restaurant space THE LOFT, as well as a winter garden, where you can relax after shopping. Metropolis embodies the concept of mix & match – a combination of brands of different value in one bow. H & M and Max & CO, Zara and Hugo Boss, Victoria’s Secret, TruTrussardi, Converse and DKNY, GAP and Twin Set – the number of such combinations in Metropolis is limited only by the imagination of visitors.


Restaurant “Dobrynya”

Restaurant of traditional Russian cuisine on Zvenigorodskoye Highway. The institution got its name in honor of the epic Russian hero. Three rooms are decorated in the style of the old boyars’ chambers, the walls are richly decorated with paintings and paintings with scenes of Russian epics and fairy tales. The menu contains dishes from authentic recipes: quails baked in oven and whitefish, deer roast in a pot, and a variety of cereals. More modern European positions have been assigned names appropriate to the occasion, for example, there is the Bogatyrsky burger or the Boyarsky feast steak. In the drinks section you can select self-made tinctures. And in “Dobrynya” they can organize a tea table for a company with a samovar, dryers, pies and pancakes with various fillings.
Address: sh. Zvenigorodskoe 4

Restaurant “Rossich”

Rossich is a great place for those who want to relax after a hard day’s work and sit with friends, colleagues or loved ones in a comfortable home environment. The restaurant with Russian national color has several halls, and each of them is decorated in its own way, however, all the interiors are inspired by Russian culture: merchant estates and noble family estates, about which we all know so much from classic novels and literature lessons. So, one of the halls is completely decorated with wood in green colors and might like Mr. Oblomov, while the other hall, remotely resembling a terrace, is made of brick brought from the old estate of Tver, where the local representative of the merchant class lived. A small stone hall “Grot” has to conduct business lunches and family celebrations.
This idyllic atmosphere of a departed national paradise is supported by the menu. It contains a lot of authentic Russian dishes, in which the cooking technology has only partially changed. There are pike caviar, and homemade bacon with garlic, Russian pickles, and a real rich ear, and the right soup with donuts, and much more. And most importantly, here you can taste game dishes: everyone who dreamed of trying beaver meatballs, dumplings with bear meat or venison fillet, be sure to go to Rossich. Banquet tables are “bursting” under the weight of a piglet baked to the ruddy crust, goose in honey sauce, duck, turkey, sterlet in steams of wine with herbs, calf legs marinated in cognac, and other dishes of Russian cuisine. By the way, appetizers and desserts in the restaurant are also special: the regulars assure that such delicious pies with piping hot, as here in Moscow, are nowhere to be found, and cakes, pastries and ice cream are always fresh, their own, homemade.
Excellent cuisine and thoughtful cozy interior make many visitors come back here again and again. Rossich has continued to pleasantly surprise for more than 10 years, and no one has ever left this disappointed.
Address: st. Nezhinskaya 9, Bldg. One

Restaurant “Spassky”

Russian restaurant in two steps from the Spasskaya Tower. The institution is located in a historic building, where the first in Moscow stalls and a pub were once located. There are four thematic halls in Spassky. The “Kremlin” with antique furniture, a working fireplace and stucco styled as one of the Kremlin offices. The “Triumphal” reminds the malachite drawing room of the Hermitage, and the “Tretyakovsky” exhibition hall of the Tretyakov Gallery. In the “Crimean” hall set a map of the Russian Federation of wood and equipped with large wine racks. The menu is based on classic Russian cuisine. The chef emphasized the long-forgotten recipes and technologies. For example, roots, needles and mushrooms are added to sauces and broths. Cocktails in Russian style have become the key feature of the bar card. The mixes are based on whiskey infused on buckwheat, or Cahors infused on Borodino bread.
Address: st. Ilyinka 3/8

Restaurant “Gusyatnikoff”

Restaurant complex, designed by Arkady Novikov, with Russian cuisine in an old mansion. In the three-storey mansion of the merchant Gusyatnikov nine magnificent halls were recreated. There are Big Front and Fireplace Halls, a billiard bar, a Moorish-style cigar room, a respectable karaoke room and a mini-hotel. A small parquet room with a separate entrance is popular with famous guests. All three floors are decorated with “aged” mirrors, designer chandeliers with gold leaf, furniture in the style of the XIX century and in some places restored antique parquet. All this is in harmony with the Russian merchant cuisine on the menu, where there is a mix of northern fish, rabbit pate on pumpkin marmalade, sterlet with caviar sauce, branded goose fillet cutlets, branded bird cherry cake, and a traditional samovar with gingerbread and baranki. According to the concept they entertain – there is their own gypsy ensemble, romances under the piano, sometimes jazz and blues. For family guests a kids club is open.
Address: st. Alexandra Solzhenitsyn 2a

Restaurant Marie Vanna

Nostalgic Russian Restaurant by Ginza Project. Cheesecakes, borscht, Olivier and mashed potatoes with chops – the tastes of Soviet childhood plus several types of homemade tinctures were so in demand that “Mari Vann” is even in three cities in the United States and London. Chip places – stylization of an apartment, where there is a “master” and pets: a cat, a canary and a fish. For the rest, checkered curtains, wallpaper in flowers and home floor lamps – as if you are a guest.
Address: per. Spiridonevsky 10a

Restaurant “Ermak”

Restaurant of Russian cuisine on the banks of the Moscow River in the Lower Mnevniki. Outside, “Ermak” resembles an old manor-tower with carved shutters. Inside – vaulted ceilings are decorated with patterns, the hall is decorated with old spinning wheel and cast iron. The restaurant’s menu contains Russian specialties: homemade ravioli, lard, pancakes, pies. In the game, elk, deer, roe deer and duck. In the company to offer food homemade liqueurs and tinctures. Every Saturday, a folklore ensemble performs in the restaurant. Periodically, children’s entertainment shows with the participation of clowns.
Address: st. Lower Mnevniki 41

Restaurant of the Central House of Writers

The restaurant of the Central House of Writers on Povarskaya Street is a place where you can comfortably spend time in stunning historical interiors. The institution is located in a mansion, a landmark for Russian culture, where Mikhail Sholokhov, Konstantin Simonov, Mikhail Zoshchenko and other writers and poets performed. The Central House of Journalists and today is the point of attraction for intellectuals and artists.
In total, our restaurant has four rooms: Oak – a ceremonial two-level hall with stained glass windows and a massive crystal chandelier, a fireplace with the existing 19th-century fireplaces, the Cabinet of the Count, which today is used as a kind of VIP-room for 12 people, and Motley. The halls preserve historic interiors and antique furniture of the XIX and XX centuries: carved chairs, antique buffets and decorative elements.
The TsDL restaurant is a great place for holding luxury banquets, elegant weddings, large-scale corporate events and other events. The holiday, organized at the highest level within the walls of the grand mansion, will be remembered by each guest not only as a gastronomic but also as a cultural event!
Address: st. Cook 50/53 p.1

Restaurant “Geese-Swans”

Restaurant at the hotel complex “Vega”. Spacious, for 250 guests, the hall is elegantly decorated in a modern European style; the space is divided into several zones located at different levels. The menu is adjacent to Mediterranean and Russian cuisine; There is also a section of grilled dishes. In the extensive bar list – a good selection of wines and cocktails. In the evenings, live music is played in the Geese-Swans restaurant.
Address: w. Izmailovo 71k3V

Restaurant “Suitcase”

Artistic Siberian restaurant. The Moscow Suitcase was opened by Oleg Menshikov, but now he has moved away from managing the project. The ultramodern building from the outside inside repeats the interiors of the beginning of the 20th century: old lamps, photographs, antique clocks, books and desk lamps. Curiosity is “nominal tables” of modern actors: Konstantin Khabensky, Mikhail Efremov and others. The menu is made up of “dishes of the Yenisei province of the nineteenth century”: smoked Baikal omul, muksun, nelma, taimen, as well as meat – sahatina, wild boar, game. The bar menu is geographically wider. There are collectible wines and wines by the glass, whiskey, vermouth and old tinctures on spices: erofeichi, ratafia, vodka, brandy. Often organize musical performances and creative evenings.
Address: Gogol’s Boulevard 25


1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8 January – New Year Holidays;

7 January – Christmas Day;

23 February – Defender of the Fatherland Day;

8 March – International Women’s Day;

1 May – Spring and Labour Holiday;

9 May – Victory Day;

12 June – Day of Russia;

4 November – National Unity Day.


One of the many things for which Moscow is famous is surely its wild nightlife. Moscow never sleeps. The capital certainly has something to offer fans of entertainment after sunset: from authentic jazz clubs to garage techno parties.

1. Elysium hall Men’s club

The evening will be bright if you spend it in the company of beautiful girls who are waiting for you in Elysium Hall. The men’s club is located just 1.5 km from the walls of the Moscow Kremlin, opposite the monument to Peter I.

Every day guests are waiting for:

  • magnificent performances and show programs performed by charming artists;
  • impeccable choreography and performances thought out to the smallest detail;
  • a special atmosphere created by a luxurious aristocratic interior.

The performances of the girls are staged by famous choreographers, their unique costumes are sewn by hand. Show ballet dancers will show you a real modern theater, using all their charm, body plasticity and acting.

The evening will be complemented by exquisite drinks and author’s dishes from the brand chef. You can stay in a common room, rent a lounge area, a VIP box or a VIP room.

Address: Prechistenskaya embankment, 17-19 ( Metro station Kropotkinskaya )

Opening hours: Mon-Sun from 21:00 to 05:00
Elysium Hall is open for you every night until 5 am, but if you wish, the club can always be extended.

2. Powerhouse

This is the coolest, in our opinion, nightclub in Moscow, located in a 19th-century mansion on Taganka. We will name at least three reasons to visit this place:

  • celebrity DJ line-up,
  • complete absence of pop music,
  • almost scientific interest in whiskey.

And in the summer, there is also an outdoor terrace with sun loungers in the courtyard – the best in the city, by the way.

The kitchen and bar are run by pros. Chef-bartender Pavel Andreev and chef Maxim Nekrasov made real gastro-experiments on the menu. Visitors are advised to take mussel popcorn and bagel with pastrami for a snack, and wash everything down with a toffee sour.

Address: Goncharnaya st., 7/4с1, Moscow;

Opening hours: Mon-Thu from 17:00 to 00:00; Fri from 17:00 to 05:00, Sat from 12:00 to 05:00, Sun from 12:00 to 00:00.

3. Gipsy night club

The secret of Gipsy’s popularity and getting into the top nightclubs in Moscow is simple – it’s a complete lack of rules and social framework. Here you can run into some important Moscow art director at the bar, then spar among the crowd of students to the songs of the Leningrad band, or retire in hammocks over artificial turf to finish off your daiquiri.

Everyone loves Gypsy, everyone wants to go there, but not everyone is allowed in – so think about the dress code in advance so that Sergey’s facer does not spoil your company’s mood.

Address: Bolotnaya embankment, 3/4, building 2, ( Kropotkinskaya metro station )

Opening hours: Fri-Sat from 23:00 to 06:00.

4. Propaganda night club

Propaganda is one of the first clubs of Moscow and represents a point of reference for the nightlife Muscovite from over 20 years. If we were to make the top round-the-clock nightclubs in Moscow, then Propaganda would top this chart. Parties are held here every day, from Monday to Sunday. Even people who are far from club life have heard about the crazy “Thursdays of Sanchez”, which have remained the hallmark of the legendary club since the opening.

During the day, the establishment works as a cafe serving homemade pappardelle, and at night they come off on the dance floor, quenching their thirst with one of a dozen cocktails on the bar menu.


Address:  Bolshoy Zlatoustinsky Lane, 7с1 ( Metro station Kitay-gorod )

Opening hours: Mon-Sun from 12:00 to 06:00.

5. Bla bla bar

So you have read our rating of the coolest nightclubs to the next bar agglomeration. Bla bla bar has united 12 bars in the Depo food mall with one concept, where you can try rye whiskey, pan-Asian cocktails from matches and wild berry tinctures.

By midnight, the tables are cleared, and the bar association turns into a huge dance floor, where trendy DJ sets and live vocals sound.

AddressSt. Lesnaya, 20/5 ( Metro station Novoslobodskaya )

Opening hours: Fri-Sat from 19:00 to 06:00, Sun from 18:00 to 00:00


6. Salt night club

Getting into the rating of the best nightclubs in Moscow, this institution at the Trekhgornaya manufactory was provided with a bright entertainment program. On Thursdays there are jazz concerts, on Fridays there are cover bands, and on Saturday they are replaced by trendy indie DJs. The bar list also has a lot of interesting things – the head of cocktails, Vasily Zheglov, adds artichokes to chocolate tonic and fills gin with raspberry schnapps. This is the whole “Salt”ю

Address: St. Solyanka, 1/2 ( Metro station Kitay-gorod )

Opening hours: Tue-Fri from 10:00 to 00:00, Sat from 10:00 to 05:00.


7. Rolling Stone Bar

The first association with the name Rolling Stone is rock and roll. A bar with such a name and a view of the Moscow River, located on the territory of the Krasny Oktyabr factory, justifies this name completely, starting with the interior and ending with the unrestrained and incendiary atmosphere of fun, music and dancing – the atmosphere that is created by both visitors and the staff of the establishment.

Address: Bolotnaya embankment, 3с1 ( Metro station Kropotkinskaya )

Opening hours: Mondaythursday from 18:00 to 1:00, Friday from 18.00 to 10.00, Saturday from 14.00 to 10.00, Sunday from 14.00 to 7.00


8. 16 Tons Club

“16 tons” without a doubt goes to the list of the best nightclubs in Moscow, because since the opening in 1996, only the names on the posters have changed in the institution, but not the impeccable service of the institution.

The club became a lucky ticket to showbiz for eminent Russian performers: here, for example, Zemfira and Semantic Hallucinations gave their first concerts.

We also advise you to pay attention to the local draft. The club “16 tons” has its own brewery, which produces three patented beers: light special, special red and double dark.

Address:  Presnensky Val street, 6с1 ( Metro station Street 1905 )

Opening hours: Mon-Sun from 11:00 to 06:00.

Christ the Savior Cathedral

This cathedral church was founded in 1839 as a monument to the soldiers of the Russian army who fought and died in battles with the army of Napoleon. It was built on the collected funds for a long time – until 1883. During the Stalinist reconstruction of Moscow, the temple, which did not correspond to the communist ideals, was blown up, and in its place an open swimming pool “Moscow” was made. But after the fall of the Soviet Union, the state took upon itself the task of rebuilding the temple, which it was able to cope very quickly from 1994 to 1997. Then the temple was handed over to the Russian Orthodox Church and became operational. Inside the temple are luxurious interiors with painted walls depicting Russian princes and historical characters who fought for the unity of Russia and Orthodoxy. The temple was given the status of a courtyard of the Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia.

Cathedral of the Epiphany in Yelokhovo

The first mention of the newly built Yelokhovsky Cathedral is in a decree of 1694 issued by Patriarch Adrian. The first decades of this church was wooden, but later, by decree of Peter I, it was rebuilt from stone. The donation for the reconstruction was given by the princess Praskovya Ivanovna – the daughter of John V. In the Soviet period, the history of the temple was full of unrest and persecution, but in the 90s life in the Elokhovsky church returned to normal. Many Orthodox shrines are kept here: fragments of the hand of the Apostle Andrew the First-Called, cancer with pieces of wood from the cross on which Jesus was crucified, the relics of St. John Chrysostom, the icon of the Mother of God “Joy of All Who Sorrow” and others.

Peter and Paul Church in Yasenevo

The village of Yasenevo was first mentioned in the XIV century. According to sources, a number of wooden churches were located at the site of a modern temple at different times. Finally, in 1751, construction of a church in honor of the first apostles Peter and Paul began here. Construction ended in 2 years. Instead of nondescript wooden churches, now there stood a beautiful stone temple, near which there was a manor with well-kept parks and gardens, alleys and ponds.

All Saints Church in Vsesvyatsky on the Falcon

The Georgian princess Darya Archilovna, who lived in Moscow in 1733, ordered to build a church dedicated to all the saints in her patrimony, a village near Moscow, in the All Saints. The construction was completed in 3 years, after which the church was consecrated. Half a century after this service here were conducted in Georgian, and at the church there was a graveyard for Georgian nobility. By the beginning of the XIX century an iconostasis appeared in the church. Now around the church is the Moscow district “Falcon”.

Church of Elijah the Prophet in Obydensky Lane

This wooden church – the “routine” appeared here in 1582 in one day, during a drought. Later, in 1702-1706, according to the project of I. Zarudny, a baroque building appeared, which has survived to the present day. The temple operated in the Soviet period, so it was able to preserve many shrines that fell into it for storage from other closed or destroyed temples and monasteries. Here you can see the miraculous icon of the Mother of God “Unexpected Joy”, the icon “Fiery Ascension of Elijah the Prophet”, a part of the belt of the Most Holy Mother of God.

Church of the Intercession of the Holy Virgin in Yasenevo

The construction of this new temple began quite recently – in 2008, and in 2015, Patriarch Kirill consecrated the building of the new temple and served the divine liturgy there. The architecture of the temple building was borrowed from the XII century Byzantine temple architecture, and the inner space of the temple was also decorated according to Byzantine canons. Its walls are decorated with numerous mosaics that copy the best examples of the Byzantine school. The church has a basement floor, in the center of which is a baptismal font in honor of the Archangel Michael.

Cathedral of the Kazan Icon of the Mother of God in Red Square

The first cathedral on this site appeared in 1625, after which it was repeatedly subjected to destruction and subsequent reconstructions, with each of which its appearance changed significantly. The last “reincarnation” of the cathedral took place in 1990. According to legend, the miraculous discovery of the icon of the Kazan Mother of God took place after a strong fire in 1579, which turned Kazan and its Kremlin into ruins. The archer, who started rebuilding his burnt house immediately, found an icon of the Mother of God under a layer of sand. Rumors about miraculous healings were soon spread all over the city, and the icon was believed to be the culprit. For a long time this icon served as the patroness and protector of Russian soldiers. During the war with Poland, the Russian army took copies of this icon, and when the war ended in victory, the soldiers promised to build a temple in the center of Moscow in honor of this icon.

Church of St. Nicholas in Khamovniki

In all of Moscow, this church is one of the most visited and beautiful Orthodox churches. The architecture of this 17th century monument is known far beyond the borders of Russia. Initially, the church of St. Nicholas was made of wood, and the first mention of it dates back to 1625. In 1657, it was replaced by a stone structure, and instead of a simple, strict style, a more elaborate, elegant one appeared – the so-called “wondrous pattern”. This style is widely used colored tiles, bright colors, a lot of decorative elements. The church building was built of brick, which was trimmed with white stone, and the facades are decorated with red and green tiles. Since the construction of the stone church has been repeatedly restored, however, the service in it at the same time did not stop – it was always open to believers.

Church of St. Michael the Archangel in Troparyovo

Also, the church of Michael the Archangel was built in Troparyovo several times. The first, still wooden building, was absorbed by the fire. At the end of the 17th century, it was decided to erect a stone church in honor of Michael, which was built in 1694. Funds for the construction of the church gave the female Novodevichy monastery, since the village of Troparyovo belonged to his parish. The war with Napoleon, and later the destructive first decades of the Bolshevik rule, greatly disfigured the temple. However, in the years 1964-1970, Mosobrestoration specialists put a lot of effort into the restoration of the church, both outside and inside. The temple in Troparyovo is now considered a great shrine, since many relics highly prized by Christians are kept in it: the icons of the Mother of God “It is worthy to eat”, the “Inexhaustible Chalice”, the icon of St. Princess Anna Kashinskaya, Great Martyr George, St. Nicholas, the Blessed Moscow Matron.

Church of John the Warrior on Yakimanka

This church appeared in 1704-1713 during the reign of Peter I. The Church of John the Warrior is an excellent example of Russian Baroque, it has been standing on Bolshaya Yakimanka for more than three centuries. The layout of the building is traditionally Russian (supposedly it was drawn by the emperor himself), using the principle of “octagon on a quadrangle”. The building has an unexpectedly bright facade, decorated with yellow, green and red mosaics. Throughout its long history, this church has never stopped working, even in the harsh for it 20-30 years of the last century. Believers especially honor this temple for the fact that there are many especially revered relics in it: an icon and a piece of relics with a ring from the Great Martyr Barbara, an icon of the Vladimir Mother of God, other icons and arks containing ashes of over 150 saints.

Diamond fund

The Diamond Fund is a unique collection that has come a long way, closely connected with the history of the Russian state, and consists of masterpieces of jewelry of the XVIII-XX centuries, rare precious stones, insignia, nuggets of precious metals, which are of great historical, artistic, scientific and material value.
opening hours: mon, tue, wed, fri, sat, sun 10: 00–17: 20, break 13: 00–14: 00

Address: Kremlin, Russia, Moscow (State Armory Chamber)


The Armory, a treasury museum, is part of the Grand Kremlin Palace complex. It is located in a building built in 1851 by the architect Konstantin Ton. The basis of the museum collection was the precious objects made in the Kremlin workshops and also received as a gift from the embassies of foreign countries for centuries kept in the tsar’s treasury and the patriarchal sacristy. The museum owes its name to one of the oldest Kremlin treasuries.

The Armory stores the ancient state regalia, the royal royal dress and coronation dress, the vestments of the hierarchs of the Russian Orthodox Church, the largest collection of gold and silver items made by Russian masters, Western European artistic silver, weapons masterpieces, a collection of carriages, items of parade horse furnishings.

The museum features about four thousand monuments of arts and crafts of Russia, Europe and the East IV – the beginning of the XX century. Their highest artistic level and special historical and cultural value have brought world renown to the Armory Chamber of the Moscow Kremlin.
Address: Manezhnaya st., 2-10soor2, Moscow
Opening hours: Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun 10: 00–16: 30

The Tretyakov Gallery

The Tretyakov Gallery is the main museum of national art in Russia, reflecting its unique contribution to world culture. This is a hospitable museum, known for its rich collection and variety of ideas presented.
Opening hours: Tue, Wed 10: 00–18: 00; Thu-Sat 10: 00–21: 00; Sun 10: 00–18: 00

Guides and accredited guides and interpreters can conduct guided tours only.

Address: Lavrushinsky per. 10, Moscow

Panorama Museum of the Battle of Borodino

Historical Museum in Moscow, dedicated to the Patriotic War of 1812. The collection of the museum includes a panorama of the battle of Borodino by the artist Franz Roubaud, collections of paintings, drawings, sculptures, decorative arts and rare books, a numismatic collection and items of equipment and weapons.
Opening hours: Mon-Wed 10: 00–18: 00; Thu 10: 00–21: 00; Sat, Sun 10: 00–18: 00
Address: Kutuzovsky Ave., 38, p. 1, Moscow


The military-historical museum and entertainment complex in Moscow in the 5th Kotelnichesky lane near the Taganskaya metro station. Founded in 2006. Located in an underground bunker with an area of more than 7,000 m² at a depth of 65 meters on the territory of the former secret military facility of the USSR – Reserve command center of long-range aviation.
Opening hours: daily, 10: 00–21: 00
Address: 5th Kotelnichesky Lane, 11, Moscow

The museum of cosmonautics

The museum is accommodated in the stilobate of the monument “To Conquerors of space” which is one of the most famous monument in Moscow. The museum of cosmonautics was solemnly opened on April 10, 1981, in commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the first space flight performed by the inhabitant of the Earth – Yu. Gagarin. The idea of creation of the museum belongs to S. Korolev , the Chief Designer of the space – rocket systems. S. Korolev who designed the rockets and spacecraft was aware of the role played by them in the development of the world science and engineering, and he could not ignore the problem of preservation of the scientific – technical heritage. Now the museum is conducting a great reconstruction. A new museum complex in the capital of great space power will reflect the real history of space achievements, based on scientific facts and with the help of modern museum technologies. In special zones it is planned to install interactive exhibits similar to those of Gagarin Cosmonauts Training Center. With the help of such devices our visitors will be able to feel themselves as real cosmonauts on board the spaceship “Soyuz” or International Space station.
Opening hours: Tue, Wed 10: 00–19: 00; Thu 10: 00–21: 00; Fri 10: 00–19: 00; Sat 10: 00–21: 00; Sun 10: 00–19: 00
Address: 129515, Moscow, 111, pr. Mira

Kremlin in Izmailovo

Cultural and entertainment complex, built in 1998-2007 on the territory of the Izmailovo estate. It is a wooden buildings, stylized under the Russian architecture of the XVI-XVII centuries. As of 2018, the Kremlin in Izmailovo consists of eight museums and exhibition venues: the Museum of Russian Folk Toys, the Museum of the Foundation of the Russian Fleet, the Museum of History of Russian Vodka, the Bread Museum, the Museum of Miniatures “World History in Clay”, the Club – Museum – Lectory Traditional Masks and Figures of the World, Moscow Museum of Animation, as well as the exhibition “Japan. Dolls, fairy tales, legends “
opening hours: daily, 8: 00–20: 00
Address: Izmaylovskoye sh. 73ZH, Moscow

State Historical Museum

The unmissable red-brick palace with its silver roof, towering opposite St. Basil’s Cathedral in Red Square, houses the State Historical Museum which is one of the main sightseeing attractions of the Russian capital. Designed by V.Shervud, this Museum was built to commemorate national history, and traces the development of Russia and its people from ancient times to the present.
Schedule: From September 1 to May 31:
Monday – Sunday: 10: 00–18: 00
Friday, Saturday: 10: 00–21: 00
Tuesday – day off
Address: 109012, Moscow, Red Square, 1

Mosfilm Museum

The Mosfilm Cinema Concern Museum is a corner of the legendary film studio where many domestic films are shot and continue to be made. The museum is unusual in that the exhibits in it are constantly changing – some are sent to film, others return to the exhibition. There is also a unique collection of vintage cars participating in the Mosfilm films, actors’ costumes and wonderful scenery.
Opening hours: daily, 10: 00–18: 30
Address: Mosfilmovskaya st., 1, p. 21, Moscow

State Darwin Museum

Moscow Museum dedicated to the Darwinian theory of evolution. The initiator of the creation was the biologist Alexander Kots, who began his teaching career at the Moscow Higher Women’s Courses in 1907. The same year is also considered the date of foundation of the museum – the scientist transferred his collection of rare stuffed animals to the building of courses in Merzlyakovsky Lane. After the 1917 revolution, the Darwinian Museum became an independent institution. In 1994, the Moscow government allocated a building on Vavilova Street to the needs of the museum. As of 2018, the exposition includes 400,000 items.
Opening hours: Tue, Wed 10: 00–18: 00; Thu 10: 00–21: 00; Fri-Sun 10: 00–18: 00
Address: st. Vavilova, 57, Moscow

Moscow Planetarium

The Moscow planetarium is one of the largest in the world and the oldest planetarium in Russia. Located in Moscow near the new territory of the Moscow Zoo, not far from the Garden Ring. Built in 1927-1929 by the project of architects M. O. Barshch, M. I. Sinyavsky and engineer G. A. Zundblat.
At the time of opening, the Moscow Planetarium was the only one in the country, the thirteenth in the world and Europe.
The main activity of the Moscow Planetarium is the popularization of natural science knowledge.
The Moscow Observatory is located in the Moscow Planetarium, from which you can observe various space objects.
Hours: Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun 10: 00–21: 00
Address: Sadovaya-Kudrinskaya Str., 5, bld. 1, Moscow

Central Museum of the Air Force

Central Museum of the air force created in 1958.
In the collections of the Museum contain domestic and foreign aircrafts of military, special and civil purpose. Many Museum exhibits are unique, available in single copies. The collection is organised by the creators of the design Bureau and authors, as well as by year of creation and purpose. In addition there are a collection of aircraft engines, aviation armament, screws, models of aircraft, uniforms, ground equipment, documents and photographs.
The Museum’s collection gives an idea about the history of development of aviation of Russia from its beginnings to the present day and its modern condition
Opening hours: Wed-Sat 9: 00–19: 00; Sun 9: 00–18: 00
Address: 141170, Moscow region, Schelkovsky district, pos. Monino, st. Museum, 1
Directions: From Moscow: by electric train from the railway station “Moscow Yaroslavskaya” to the railway station “Monino”; from art. m. “Schelkovskaya” – auth. No. 362, from art. m. “Guerrilla” – auth. No. 322, from art. m. “Perovo” – march. Taxi No. 587. By car along the Volga highway.

The State A.S. Pushkin Museum

The State A.S. Pushkin Museum is the first museum in Moscow that is dedicated to the life and the creativity work of the famous Russian poet Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin. The museum complex was founded in 1957 on the territory of the former urban mansion belonged to the family Khruschev-Selezniov on the street Prechistenka 12/2. After its reconstruction and restoration in 1997 it became a modern multifunctional cultural center with 300 visitors annually. In the halls of the main mansion building the exposition “Pushkin and his epoch” is situated. The collection of the museum numbers more than 165 thousands of museum items (including items from the scientific-subsidiary fund). Art works of world significance, for example, works of Tropinin, Kiprensky, Brullov, Petrov-Vodkin, Korovin and others of the 19 – 20th centuries are displayed there.
The system of open storage is developed in the State A.S.Pushkin Museum. Annually the museum implements about dozens of exhibition projects, holds about 100 concert programmes, literary lecturing, international scientific conferences and seminars. One of its particular activities is the work with children audience. There are a lot of interactive programmes, membership tickets, theatrical and museum projects, New Year balls for children.
The State A.S.Pushkin Museum has several affiliates: “A.S.Pushkin Memorial Apartment in Arbat Street” (Arbat str., 53), “Andrey Beliy Memorial Apartment” (Arbat str., 55), memorial “I.S. Turgenev House-Museum” (Ostozhenka str., 37), “V.L.Pushkin House-Museum” (Staraya Basmannaya str., 36. On restoration now). Also the museum complex includes exhibition halls on Arbat street, where exhibitions of modern artists are held
Opening hours: Tue, Wed 10: 00–18: 00; Thu 13: 00–21: 00; Fri-Sun 10: 00–18: 00
Address: st. Prechistenka, 12/2, p. 1, Moscow

Memorial House-Museum of Vasnetsov V.M.

House of Artists Viktor Mikhailovich Vasnetsov (1848–1926), built on the author’s sketches and drawings. Muscovites affectionately call this house “Teremok” for its rich decor in the neo-Russian style. The museum reflects the special creative atmosphere that has developed around Vasnetsov: representatives of the Moscow artistic intelligentsia often gathered in the living room of the house. Part of the furniture in the interiors of the museum is made according to Viktor Mikhailovich’s sketches, and the workshop presents works on fairy-tale themes, called the poem of seven tales by the artist.
Opening hours: Wed-Sun 10: 00–17: 00
Address: Per. Vasnetsov, 13, p. 1, Moscow


Grand Theater

Today, the Grand Theatre is one of the largest and most recognizable not only in Russia, but also one of the most significant theaters in the world. It has been operating since 1776 on the initiative of Empress Catherine II. Until now, it remains one of the most magnificent theaters. This made it possible to put most of the works of composers such as Wagner and Strauss.

Address: Moscow, Theater Square, 1

Et Cetera

According to the creators, the EtCetera theater appeared back in 1990. However, he acquired his own building and, accordingly, the opportunity to conduct regular productions, only six years later – in 1996. Well, in 2002, a new building was specially built for the theater, in which they have been successfully working for over ten years. Many theater lovers tend to buy tickets to the EtCetera Theater primarily because of the rich repertoire.
Here you can see the tragedy and comedy, children’s fairy tale and social fiction. Therefore, every spectator who has visited the EtCetera theater will be able to find here something for himself by discovering new facets of art.

Address: Moscow, Frolov per., 2.

Bulgakov Theater

The Bulgakov Theater belongs to the category of the youngest theaters. It was founded in 2011 under the project “Bulgakov House” and is located directly under the museum room. His discovery was timed to the birthday of the most mysterious author M. Bulgakov. It was on the opening day on the stage of the new theater that the “Master and Margarita” was staged, which won the hearts of the visitors.
Today, the theater them. Bulgakov pleases the audience with interesting performances that captivate the public and make it return again and again to this theatrical site. Not only popular actors play on stage, children and graduates of theater universities, who are not yet known to the public, play a special role. Despite the fact that the basis of the repertoire of the theater consists of performances based on the works of Bulgakov, it will also be interesting for small audiences

Address: Bolshaya Sadovaya Street 10

Vakhtangov Theater

Theater them. E. Vakhtangov is one of the best theaters of the capital. It originates from 1914, when a group of Moscow young students, enthusiastic and interested in the Stanislavsky system, decide to organize a student drama studio. E. Vakhtangov agreed to be the head of the group, since from early childhood he had dreamed of his own theater. In 1921, the first performance of “The Miracle of St. Anthony”, “in the cloths,” was released, at that time it was fashionable.
Address: Moscow, st. Arbat, 26

Gogol Center

The Gogol Center is a unique theater that combines not only theatrical platforms, but also concert scenes, a library, a cinema, discussion platforms … Having entered it, everyone will plunge into the world of art, plunge into the mysterious atmosphere of the surrounding space. Music concerts are held here, all sorts of performances by famous European and Russian directors are staged, you can come here and just read the works of your favorite writers, having received an access code to the media library on the passport. And if there is a desire to watch a movie that has not reached the Russian distribution, then Gogol Cinema opens its doors.
Gogol Center allows you to experience all the subtleties of modern art. The theater does not limit itself to any genre framework, which gives it a special flavor. In Gogol-center there are popular dance and theater teams – “The Seventh Studio”, “Dialogue Dance”, as well as the studio SounDrama, which always guarantees success when showing any production.

Address: Moscow ul.Kazakova, d.8

Jigarkhanyan Theater

The Armen Dzhigarkhanyan Theater began its activities on March 12, 1996 and was originally called the D Theater. The first troupe consisted of graduates of VGIK, headed by Armen Dzhigarkhanyan himself. The theater initially had a small room and an auditorium designed for 96 seats. The first performance of the theater was A. Jigarkhanyan’s mono-play “Krapp’s Last Tape”. Thanks to a non-standard creative approach, the wisdom of the director and the enthusiasm of the actors, the theater quickly gains its popularity and becomes one of the most visited theaters in Moscow, despite its youth.
Address: Moscow, Lomonosov Ave., 17

Yermolov Theater

Drama Theater. M.N. Yermolova is named after the legendary and talented actress of the Maly Theater, her work is captured in the pages of the history of great acting skills. Stanislavsky said that “M.N.Ermolova is the greatest of all the actors he saw.” Until now, in the foyer of the theater, a portrait of Maria Nikolaevna Yermolova appears before the audience.
Address: Moscow, st. Tverskaya, 5/6

Kamburova Theater

The Theater of Music and Poetry was founded by Elena Kamburova, in 1992 in a modest building on ul. Pirogovskaya. The basis of tetra are three components that can not be divided in any way, according to E. Kamburova, this is text, music and a dramatic beginning. Initially, the theater was created as a platform for performances and concerts of students and graduates of the theater. But today, the theater is a cozy house, which brought together like-minded people, songwriters, musicians, performers. For Elena Kamburova, “a song is a living creature flying in time and space.”Premieres at the Theater of Music and Poetry always gather their public. After all, solitude, poetry, melody, and dramatic vocals are found here.
Address: Moscow, st. Pirogovskaya Big 53/55

Theater Lenkom

The Lenkom Theater began its activities in 1927 with the Youth Workers’ Theater (TRAM) at the initiative of the Moscow Komsomol. At this time, the theater was characterized by the features of a classical theater, at the head of the literary part was Mikhail Bulgakov, Isaac Dunaevskaya directed the musical part, acting skills – Nikolai Batalov, and dancing – Natalia Gran. The first plays were staged in 1928 (“Green Lights”, “Call Fabkom”), and in 1929 (“Give Five”). As a result of this success, the theater in 1931 acquired the status of a professional theater.
Address: Moscow, st. Dmitrovka Malaya, 6

Mayakovsky Theater

Moscow Academic Theater im.Vl. Mayakovsky began his activities from October 26, 1922. The theater was created on the basis of the already disbanded Theater of Revolutionary Satire. Part of the artists from the disbanded theater became part of the troupe of the new theater. From its very birth until 1943, it was called the Theater of Revolution, from 1943-54 the Moscow Drama Theater, and only in 1964 the theater was given the worthy title Akademichesky.
Initially, the repertoire of the theater was based on various scenes, sketches, poems, and ditties in terms of genre. Moreover, the speeches were satirical, involving political themes.

Address: Moscow, st. B. Nikitskaya, 19

Theater Mossovet

The State Academic Theater of the Moscow Council began its long activity in 1923 and is one of the oldest theaters in the city of Moscow. The new name of the theater was in 1938.  The theater houses two stages: “Under the Roof” and “Main”, on which not only the best but unforgettable performances are staged. The play “Jesus Christ is a superstar” is very popular. The motto of the theater has always been – “to preserve traditions, not giving up new artistic ideas!” In addition, in the courtyard of the theater is a picturesque garden “Aquarium”, where you can walk or just relax after the performance.

Address: Moscow, Preobrazhenskaya Sq., 12

Moscow Art Theater them. Gorky

Moscow Art Academic Theater. M. Gorky appeared in 1898 as a drama theater, created under the leadership of Vl. I. Nemirovich-Danchenko and K.S. Stanislavsky. Initially, the theater was named as “Artistically – Public”, but this name did not last long. Later, “Public” was removed from the title, despite the fact that the repertoire of the theater focused more on the democratic audience. In 1919, the theater was granted academic status. The new theater, named after the founder Maxim Gorky, appeared in 1987 after the division of the Art Theater into two theaters in the city of Moscow. Over the years, the theater has received a number of state awards.
Address: Moscow, Tverskoy Blvd., 22

Taganka Theater

The Moscow Theater of Drama and Comedy is a legendary theater, which began its offspring in 1964 on April 23 under the direction of Yuri Lyubimov, the main director, a graduate of the Schukin School. Striking with his courage, Yu. Lyubimov staged performances in a modern way, striking the audience of the 60s. Under the direction of Y. Lyubimov, a certain freedom was created in the theater, and changes were constantly taking place. Each performance in the theater was accompanied by music, dancing, singing, pantomime, indescribable emotions and even passion. And when staging performances were not used decorations, curtains. But, despite this, the Theater is becoming one of the most visited theaters in the city of Moscow.

Pushkin Theater

Moscow Drama Theater. A.S. Pushkin leads his history from the A.Ya.Tairov Chamber Theater. This is one of the most famous theaters in Moscow. The activity of the theater began on December 12, 1914. After 35 years, the Chamber Theater was closed, and A.Ya. Tairov was fired. In 1950, the Moscow Drama Theater was opened at this place. A.S. Pushkin.
The building, which houses the theater, has a history since the time of Catherine II.

Address: 23 Tverskoy Boulevard


The Russian Academic Youth Theater begins its history in 1921. At that time, the theater was called the theater for children, and this was the first theater that staged children’s performances, and was located in the Ars cinema. Natalia Sats was the head of the theater, and Natalya Ilyinichna, People’s Artist of the USSR, was the director and artistic director until 1937. The first children’s play, which was staged by the theater, is the Pearl of Adalmina.
Fifteen years later, the theater received a new building on Theater Square, and was renamed the Central Children’s Theater. At the same time, a new performance “Sergei Streltsov” based on the play by Lyubimova was staged at the theater.
Address: Moscow, pl. Theater 2

Theater of the Russian Army

In the history of the theaters of our capital, the Central Academic Theater of the Russian Army occupies one of the leading places. The building occupied by the theater is a masterpiece of architecture that is nowhere else to be found. This is the largest stage area in Europe. The theater has a large and small hall, with a total capacity of almost 2,000 seats. The history of the theater itself began in 1930 with the Theater of the Red Army. In 1951, the theater was renamed the Theater of the Soviet Army, and only in 1993 the Theater of the Russian Army.
For more than ten years, a children’s studio has been working at the theater, where young artists are prepared for performances on the big stage and for film projects.
Address: Moscow, Suvorovskaya Square, 2

Festival “Circle of Light”

The Moscow International Festival “Circle of Light” is an annual event in which light designers and specialists in the field of audiovisual art from around the world will transform the architectural appearance of the capital. For several autumn days, Moscow will again turn into a center of gravity of light, colorful large-scale video projections will unfold on its iconic buildings, fabulous installations will illuminate the streets, and fantastic multimedia shows using light, fire, lasers and fireworks will give unforgettable impressions and vivid emotions. As always, you can come and enjoy the performances for free – admission to all venues of the festival is free.

The international military music festival “Spasskaya Tower”

The international military music festival “Spasskaya Tower” is a military tattoo musical festival held in Moscow. It is attended by Russian and foreign military orchestras, folklore groups, as well as units of the honorary guard of the heads of state [1]. Traditionally, it ends with a large-scale event on Red Square. The festival is dedicated to Moscow City Day.
The name of the festival was given by the Spasskaya Tower of the Moscow Kremlin on Red Square, near which the festival traditionally takes place.


The international Zavtra festival will be held in Russia for the second time and will bring together artists and spectators who are not indifferent to our common future. In unison will sound music and ecology, the principles of sustainable development and innovation.

Festival “Day of India”

Bright and positive holiday dedicated to the cultural and national traditions of India.
Every year the event is becoming larger. The entire central part of the park was given for the festival, and this is no less than 24 thousand square meters. m. The organizers promise a rich program and more than two million guests at this beautiful national holiday. The three-day program includes films, lectures, a luxurious Indian bazaar and much more.
Time spent: August

International festival of music and dance “Friends in Moscow”

The guests of the park will get acquainted with the cultural traditions of different countries, as well as the peoples of multinational Russia, and will take part in master classes in Bulgarian, Indian and Yakut dances. And on the stage, folk dance, instrumental, and theater groups from Bulgaria, Bangladesh, India, Kazakhstan, the DPR, Yakutia, Kalmykia and Moscow will perform.
Time spent: August

Electronic Music Festival Signal

The unique nature, fantastic art objects will turn the event into the most unforgettable event of the year for lovers of electronic music. The stage will be located on the Acoustic Glade – a natural landscape bowl, at the junction of natural zones. Over the course of four days, seventy artists will present their best tracks.
Time spent: September

International Fireworks Festival “Rostec”

The best pyrotechnic teams of Russia, Argentina, Pakistan, Canada, France, Italy, Portugal and Spain will paint the sky with billions of colorful and bright lights. In addition to exciting competitions of the world’s leading teams, guests will find a colorful light-projection show.
Time spent: August

Festival of water lanterns “Dream Close”

On the last weekend of summer in Moscow one of the most romantic events of the season will take place – the festival of water lanterns “Dream is Close.” A touching ritual will take place on an unusual heart-shaped pond and will remind you of important dreams and good thoughts. At the fair you can buy lanterns created by young people with special needs in the workshop “Artel of the Blessed.”
Time: end of August

4 seasons market

Talented designers, hand-made masters and copyright brands will gather at one site to present their original works to the eyes of guests.
Time: September-October


What successes does a healthy lifestyle bring to people? How to get rid of bad habits and replace them with useful ones? How to distinguish the right food from everything else? Guests of SN PRO EXPO FORUM will learn about this and much more.
Time: October

China Festival

Three days under the flag of China will be held in Moscow in mid-September. Festival guests will visit the national fair, see authentic dragon and lantern shows, and also get acquainted with the history and modernity of the country of ancient culture.

Time: September

Time: September 7-8

Festival of Georgian Culture “Tbilisoba”

If you are not going to Georgia, then Georgia is already knocking at your door. More precisely, at the door of the Hermitage Garden. The traditional festival of Georgian culture with national cuisine, music, dancing and tasting will be held in early October and will present all the splendor of autumn Tbilisi.
Time spent: October

Festival of kites “Colorful sky 2020”

Flying fish, octopuses, cubs, kittens and a giant whale will appear in the sky above Tsaritsyno Park on the last day of summer. At the festival of kites, guests can enjoy flying designs of the most incredible shapes and colors, learn how to create and launch their own kites, relax in nature and listen to a concert.
Time: August 31 – September 1

The amusement park “SKAZKA”

Krylatskaya ul., 18

The amusement park “SKAZKA” is located in Krylatskoye, near the picturesque bridge. The park area is 5.5 hectares with a parking area for 500 cars.  In the park there are not only rides and entertainment for the youngest vistors, but also extreme rides. Also, in addition to attractions there are plenty of entertainment for the whole family.

Opening hours: Daily 10:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Virtual Reality Arena “Another World”
  1. Shladochnaya, 1, bld. 1, Stankolit business park

The area of ​​the arena is 400 square meters, which gives guests the opportunity to play games a large company. Up to eight people can be accommodated here simultaneously. The developers of Another World sought to create an unusual for the Russian market VR-project. Particular attention was focused on the full immersion of the player in the super-realistic virtual quest Colony: Code Red (“Colony: Code Red”). High-tech equipment reads your movements with maximum accuracy and quickly transfers them to the game. Feelings of reality complement the unique special effects. Thanks to the wind and heat engines installed in the arena, vibration, and tactile feedback weapons, you can enjoy your virtual adventure in full.

Opening hours: Daily 10:00 a.m. – 1:00  a.m.


“Chiland” – huge amusement parks with a unique atmosphere of a fairy tale. Ride down from the tubing slide, jump on the trampoline and dive into the foam hole, climb to the top of the climbing wall, play air hockey or table football – there is entertainment for children and adults of any age.

Borovskoe highway, 6

  • TsPKiO Mytischi
  • Moscow Ring Road 84 km (Altufevo)
  • Mytishchi, pr-d Sharapovsky, p. 2
  • Lyubertsy, October Avenue, d. 112, Lermontovsky Prospect
  • Lytkarino, st. Parkovaya, 2

Opening hours: Daily 10:00 a.m. – 10:00  p.m.

Sports and Amusement Parks “NEBO”
  • Leningradsky Avenue, 80, Bldg.11
  • Sevastopol Avenue, 11E. Shopping center “Capitol”, 3rd floor
  • Yenisei, 36, p. 1
  • Bagrationovskiy pr-d, 5

“NEBO” – sports and amusement parks for children and adults. Here you will find an arena of hundreds of trampolines, a multi-level rope park, a climbing wall, a ninja arena and many other activities. You can visit any attractions of the park with a single ticket – it is convenient and profitable.

Opening hours: Daily 10:00 a.m. – 10:00  p.m.

Sports and Entertainment Arena PointUp
  1. Skladochnaya 1 p 1, input 2

Point Up is Russia’s first sports and entertainment arena, which represents a unique and completely new entertainment format. Especially for you and your friends, the PointUp team has created 20 unique obstacles that completely turn the understanding of outdoor activities. Test your strength, compete and have a great time. Here everyone will find something of their own – the level of preparation does not matter. The main thing – the movement, fan and emotions!

Opening hours: Sun-Thu 10:00 a.m. – 10:00  p.m.; Fri-Sat 11:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m.

Kids City

Kirovogradskaya St., 13

Kids City is an analogue of the modern city, but only for children. Here you can play, learn new things and have fun – all this is not only a guarantee of a good mood, but also a way to realize the creative potential of a child. For young guests prepared 50 sites. In the form of a game, the child will try himself in different professions and will be able to choose which area he likes more. During the game, children will be able to unleash their abilities and take the first steps towards choosing a future job. It will be interesting even for children up to 4 years old – a special creative space is organized for them. Parents usually spend this time in a cafe, business lounge or go to special workshops. However, they can attend some classes with their children.

Opening hours: Daily 10:00 a.m. – 10:00  p.m.

Waterpark “Moreon”
  1. Golubinsky 16

MOREON is the largest water entertainment complex in Eastern Europe and the largest aquacomplex in Russia. On an area of ​​64,000 square meters. m. located the largest water park and bath complex in Moscow, SPA, a unique fitness center, bowling and karaoke, restaurants, “Port” and “Island”. The complex has 29 baths and saunas, 26 pools, 7 water rides, 20 rooms for spa treatments, as well as relaxation and entertainment areas for every taste. The length of the slides is a whole kilometer! There is also an azure swimming pool with real waves and a sandy beach, reminiscent of the seaside resort coast. And yet – a warm lagoon, a pool with waterfalls and hydromassage, a jacuzzi and geysers, a children’s town in the form of a pirate ship and a safari park!

Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.; Sat-Sun 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.


Kwa Kwa Park
  1. Communist, 1, vl.1.

The area of the water park is about 4500 square meters. m. There are 7 slides of various lengths and “steepness”, a wave pool and a children’s playground, as well as a SPA complex, baths and saunas: a hammam, a sanarium, a Russian bath, a Finnish sauna, a jacuzzi, a hydromassage. Grab a snack at the beach bar or restaurant. It is safe to say that Kva Kva Park is one of the most popular water parks in Moscow.

Opening hours: Mon-Sun 10:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Outdoor Swimming Pool “Chaika”

Turchaninov per., D. 3/1

For activities and sports, the open-air swimming pool “Chaika” offers two adults and two children’s pools with clean and heated water up to +28 degrees, a gym, a sauna with a panoramic view of the pools, saunas, a cascade shower, a hot tub, a summer playground, workout-zone and much more. You can swim in the open air comfortably, regardless of the weather, including rain or snow. Swimming in extreme weather will give you an unusual bright impressions that will be remembered for a long time.

Opening hours: Mon-Sat 7:00 a.m. – 10:45 p.m.; Sun 8:00 a.m. – 8:45 p.m.

If your child is less than 16 years old, then you need to get a medical certificate in a medical institution from a pediatrician.

Flight on a Hang Glider in the Club “Albatross
  1. Hospital shaft, 5, v. 16

The hang glider has no engine. To control the vehicle, the pilot shifts its own center of gravity and searches for air currents. This simple technique allows you to manage the route, moving tens of kilometers. The Albatross Club invites you to fly in tandem with an instructor on the hang glider Aeros Target. These popular devices take off easily and are easy to manage. And thanks to their aerodynamic qualities, you can spend more time in the sky. Flight altitude – up to 500 meters. The landscapes near Moscow, which are clearly visible, the touch of the air flow, the sensation of speed and the chill of height – the impressions will be unforgettable.

Opening hours: Daily 12:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.


Dmitrovskoye sh. 163

In the aquarium in the shopping center “RIO” live 3 thousand species of fish and mammals from different continents and hundreds of freshwater species from far parts of the world from the Amazon and Ecuador to Australia. Here you can stroll through the tunnel aquarium, meet with bizarre and even dangerous inhabitants of the deep sea and swim with sharks or stingrays.

Opening hours: Daily 12:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Moscow Zoo
  1. Gruzinskaya, 1

Moscow Zoo is the first zoo in Russia, which opened in 1864. The work of the Moscow Zoo is to preserve species, research and educational activities. Now it contains about eight thousand individuals related to about one hundred hundred species of world fauna. The animals of the Moscow Zoo are contained in several dozen expositions representing a particular region, family, species, etc. For example, in the Australia section you can admire emu and black swans, and then look into the Giraffe House. The zoo participates in many international programs for the conservation of endangered species of animals, collaborating with environmental organizations around the world.

Opening hours: Daily 7:30 a.m. –10:00 p.m.

Ticket offices close an hour earlier

Big Creative Company

Big Creative Company creates the most extraordinary entertainment projects around the world. Among their museums and attractions everyone will find what he likes. Make stunning photos in the giant’s house, ride on clouds of cotton candy, walk around the city, where everything is turned upside down, jump on the roofs of skyscrapers, get lost and find yourself in tangled labyrinths – this is only the beginning of adventure! These museums and attractions even turn an ordinary day into a holiday!

  • VDNH, Prospekt Mira 119, pavilion 55

Opening hours: Mon-Thu 10:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.; Fri-Sun 10:00 a.m.– 10:00 p.m.

  • Break the dishes! 6+

(This is a place where you can smash plates and bottles against the wall, and no one will scold you for it! Get rid of tension and negative emotions! And, you can write on the dishes cherished desire and gain happiness. We guarantee the dream will come true!

  • Inside the man

(Have you ever traveled through the human body? Welcome to the inside man! The adventure begins with the language. You will visit inside the stomach, touch the heart, will be among the red blood cells and platelets. Touch, explore, take pictures! Find out how everything works in reality! Who says anatomy is boring? Science can be fun and exciting!)

  • The Giant’s House

(Just imagine – a huge giant immediately went on business, and you were in his home. Alarm clock taller than a man. A Cup in which to swim across the ocean. Chairs that can only be climbed by stairs. Bedroom Slippers the size of a car. Take pictures of amazing exhibits to prove to everyone – giants really exist!)

  • Mirror maze

(The intricate corridors of the “Mirror labyrinth” are the realm of light illusions, “endless” rooms and optical traps. If you hear a voice nearby, it doesn’t mean you can touch it. Strange music. Charming lighting. Feel like Alice in the looking glass!)

  • The maze of fear 12+

(Step into a frightening network of corridors and nooks and crannies of the “Labyrinth of fear”. At every step you lurk terrible traps. Blood-curdling sounds. Mysterious lights. Terrible darkness of dungeons and catacombs. This is the atmosphere of a real horror movie! Everything you are most afraid of will come to life in an ominous “Labyrinth of fear”. Challenge your courage!)

  • A maze of tape

(Bright colorful ribbons go to infinity. It’s like you’re inside a giant kaleidoscope! There are no rooms and turns that will tell you how to get out. But optical illusions lie in wait at every step. Trust your intuition – only it will lead you to the exit!)

  • Arbat, 15 – 15/1

Opening hours: Daily 12:00 a.m. –12:00 a.m.

  • Illusion Museum

Jump on the roofs of skyscrapers! Escape from the invasion of bloodthirsty zombies! Race on a fantastic track on a steep motorcycle! How is that possible? The best contemporary artists hand painted the walls of the Museum of illusions with stunning 3d paintings! They literally come alive! You are not a spectator, but a full participant of the events! Romance, fantasy, adventure – from the plot scenes breathtaking! Most importantly, do not forget to be photographed!

  • Arbat, 16

Opening hours: Daily 11:00 a.m. –12:00 a.m.

  • Jailbreak 6+

(You’re in a cell in the most secure prison in the world. The guard hesitated for a moment. This is your only chance to escape! But escape will be very difficult. Ahead of the treacherous traps, secret rooms and torture. And the prisoners who bricked up in the walls alive! You will find a real test of courage and bravery. Try to break free to breathe the air of freedom!)

  • Arbat, 24

Opening hours: Daily 12:00 a.m. –12:00 a.m.

  • Ball Pull

(Imagine that you can dive into the pool right in your clothes and get up dry! Almost half a million balls in a dry pool! So, even those who can’t do it can swim here! Sway on the swing! Jump with a bungee! Arrange a fun battle on knock sticks! Come off in full! In the dry pool, fun and perfectly safe!)

  • The Inverted City

Earth and sky turned upside down! Now the whole city has become “Vice versa”! Streets with cars, shops with goods, cafes with tables and even a Bank vault with money literally float in the air!Try to eat pizza in “cafe on the contrary”. Examine the patient in the “hospital on the contrary.” Walk around the town square, where even the statue is the opposite! And to Rob “the Bank opposite,” weak? Adventures in the “City on the Contrary” will be remembered for a long time! Don’t forget your camera!

  1. Nikolopeskovsky lane, 4

Opening hours: Daily 11:30 a.m. –11:00 p.m.


  • Monster Brothers 12+

(Monster Brothers horror house – a test not for the faint of heart. Ghosts, monsters, monsters, lurking in the darkness, know how to take the hapless guest by surprise. Visitors are waiting for blood-curdling adventures and terrible meetings, shouts and vivid emotions)

  • House Upside Down

(Imagine that the floor and ceiling in your house have changed places. Now the chandelier is right under your feet. A refrigerator, sofa, kitchen table, sink, bed and even dishes with a buffet hanging upside down over his head. Is this real or is it just me? Explore the most incredible house in the world and decide for yourself!)

  • Petting zoo

(The colorful parrots will fly on your shoulder, and the raccoon will take a NAP on his knees. The inhabitants of the world’s kindest zoo waiting to be stroked and caressed. No cages or bars! Bring the kids, bring your friends! Enjoy the atmosphere of trust and friendship between people and animals!)

  • Twin Peaks 18+

(Crimson velvet curtains. Parquet with black and white zigzags. A Statue of Venus. You are in a mystical space – the legendary Red room from the Thriller “twin Peaks”. No mortal access here. Behind the curtains is a black void. It is ruled by spirits, and not all of them good. Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of David Lynch movie masterpiece! Try agent Cooper’s favorite drink – aromatic coffee, which is prepared only in the town of Twin Peaks! And then find the exit back!)

  • Museum of erotica “Tochka G” 18+

(You will learn incredible shocking information about the sexual traditions of different peoples from ancient times to the present day. Get acquainted with the largest collection of erotic exhibits in Russia, which has a place and national color. “Point G” – a place where everyone knows about the art of sex.)

  • Sweet museum

(More than 50 thematic areas dedicated to your favorite delicacies – ice cream, cotton candy, marmalade, donuts, and exotic fruits. Stroll among the huge candy! Lie for giant marshmallows! Get on the ice cream cone and take extraordinary photos!)

Red Square

The Kremlin is certainly the main metropolitan attraction. He is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The red fortress is visible from almost every point in the center of the capital, so getting to it will not be difficult. Familiar from photographs from guidebooks red toothed walls with a length of 2235 meters cover the territory of 27.5 hectares. And although not all of it is open to visitors, for example, the entrance is closed to the presidential residence with a simple mortal. But it is worth allocating to visit the Kremlin with its many museums and architectural attractions built from XIV to the XIX century all day.
Red Square is an arena of many important events of Russian history and the history of the Soviet state, a place of mass demonstrations of the working capital and parades of the Armed Forces of Russia.
Even in ancient times, the area appeared on the eastern wall of the Kremlin, where lively trade was noisy. In the 16th century, it was called Troitskaya from the name of the church of St. Trinity, standing on the site of the Cathedral of Vasily Blessed. In the Middle Ages, fires often blazed here, so the square had another name – “fire”. Since the mid -17th century, it began to be called “red”, which in the Old Russian language meant “beautiful.”
Modern Red Square is a continuous stone, but it acquired this species only in the 19th century, and before that it was mainly wooden. The cobblestone area was completely panted in 1804.

Address: Red Square, 7, Moscow ( Metro station Okhotny ryad )


Alexander Park

Alleys of the old park will lead from Red Square to the Kremlin embankment. The garden is part of the grandiose plan for the restoration of Moscow after the fire of 1812. This is a symbol of the revival of the capital, the memory of the victory over Napoleon. The picturesque memorial complex (the project of the architect Osip Bow) retained the original layout. The main entrance is still adorned with openwork gates with double-headed eagles. The symbolic meaning of the park resembles the “Italian grotto.” In addition to interesting historical objects, here you can see exquisite sculptural and landscape compositions.

Address: Alexander Garden ( Metro station Alexander garden )


Moscow State University

Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov (Moscow State University) is one of the oldest classic universities in Russia, as well as the largest and lead center of Russian science and culture. He was named after Mikhail Vasilyevich Lomonosov in 1940. The building was erected in 1953, until 1990, its height is 183 m. (With a spire-240 m.) Thirty-seven years the main building of Moscow State University was the highest building throughout Europe and still remains one of the highest buildings in Moscow.
In the facade lining, different types of natural stone were used, two dials with a diameter of 8.74 m were installed on each towers. Exclusive details of the building of the building are huge thermometer and barometer. On the 32nd floor of the case there is a magnificent observation deck,
The central part of Moscow State University has 36 floors. In this part there are a rector, laboratories and general university audiences, libraries, food enterprises, etc.
The eighteen -story buildings with towers up to the twenty -fourth floor diverge from the central part. The nine -story sectors, also occupied by dormitories and a hotel, diverge from these sectors, also diverge. In the towers adjacent to the main building, residential apartments of professors and teachers are located.

Address: Microdistrict Leninskiye Gory, 1 ( Metro station Lomonosovsky prospect )

Gorky Park

Gorky Park is the central park of the capital, whose territories are visited by more than 40,000 people on weekdays and 25,000 on weekends and holiday days. Since 2011, the park sets new standards, becoming the first world-class park in Russia, a space for recreation, sports, dancing and outdoor games.
the entrance is free
Opening hours: daily, around the clock
Address: st. Krymsky Val, 9, Moscow

Ostankino Tower

The Ostankino TV Tower is a television and broadcasting tower located near the Ostankino television center, not far from the VDNKh metro station in the Ostankino district of Moscow. Height – 540.1 m [1], as of December 2018 – the 11th highest free-standing facility
Opening hours: daily, 10: 00–23: 00
Address: st. Academician Korolev, 15, Bldg. 1, Moscow

Moscow City

Moscow International Business Center “Moscow-City” (MIBC “Moscow-City”) is a business district under construction in Moscow on Presnenskaya Embankment. Currently, it is administratively part of the Presnensky district of the Central Administrative District of Moscow.
Outdoor observation deck: Mon-Fri 12:00 – 23:50, sub-Fri 10:00 – 23:50.
Closed observation deck: Mon-Fri 10:00 – 00:00.
Address: Presnenskaya nab., 8, bld. 1, Moscow, Russia

Picturesque Bridge

Cable bridge over the Moscow River, the highest bridge of this type in Europe. Located in the west of Moscow, part of Krasnopresnensky Avenue and Marshal Zhukov Avenue. Received the name of the adjacent picturesque street. Opened December 27, 2007. The author of the project is architect Nikolay Shumakov.

Address: Krylatskaya St., 32, Moscow

Tea House on Butcher

Tea House on Myasnѝtskaya (Tea Shop Magenta Perlova) is a three-storey building, used from 1893 to 1917 as a tea shop and apartment house. It was built in 1893 by the architect Roman Klein and belonged to the merchant Sergey Vasilievich Perlov. In 1895-1896, the house was rebuilt in a pseudo-Chinese style by Karl Gippius. After the October Revolution, the ground floor outlet continued to work, and the upper rooms were converted into communal apartments. From 2000 to 2012, there was a large-scale reconstruction of the building with the participation of the great-granddaughter of the first owner Zhanna Y. Kirtbay.
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 9: 00–21: 00; Sat 11: 00–21: 00; Sun 11: 00–20: 00
Address: 19 Myasnitskaya Street, Moscow, Russia

Scenery “Moscow, XIX century”

On the territory of the film studio “Mosfilm” was created the scenery “Moscow, XIX century” for the filming of various films.
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 9: 00–17: 45
Address: Mosfilmovskaya St., 1, Moscow

The house where Bulgakov Margaret lived

The house, located on Spiridonovka Street, 17, is a metropolitan landmark. According to some versions, it was here that Margherita from Bulgakov’s novel The Master and Margarita lived.
“… Margarita Nikolaevna and her husband together occupied the top of a beautiful mansion in a garden in one of the alleys near Arbat …”. So the author himself wrote about her place of residence. Indeed, many literary historians agree that the house on Spiridonovka is the house of Margarita.
Wonderful house built in the Gothic style by the architect Fedor Shekhtel for the millionaire Savva Morozov.
Today it houses the “Reception House of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs”.
Opening hours: Mon-Thu 13: 00–23: 00; Fri 13: 00–1: 00; Sat 12: 00–1: 00; Sun 12: 00–23: 00
Address: Bolshaya Sadovaya st., 10, Moscow

Sad them. Bauman

The history of the garden begins at the end of the 18th century, when Prince M. P. Golitsyn presented Moscow with a part of his estate (now along the Old Basmanna, 15). The garden was open to the public. In the 1900s, the parks of the Chulkov-Rostopchina (Novaya Basmannaya, 16) and Levashov (Novaya Basmannaya, 20) estates were added to the garden. In the current borders of the garden appeared in the spring of 1920 under the name Garden named after the 1st of May. At this time, the territory of the estate of the gold producer and tea merchant ND Stakheev (Novaya Basmannaya, 14; the Central House of Railwaymen’s Children was located in the buildings) was added to the existing garden. In 1922, the garden was renamed in honor of N. E. Bauman due to its proximity to Baumanskaya Street. An open concert stage, built in the 1920s and 1930s, works in the Garden, where Leonid Utyosov, Klavdiya Shulzhenko and other stars of the Soviet stage performed. Here was filmed by many loved the film “Pokrovskie Gate”. The symbol of the park is the bust monument of N. E. Bauman (1972), installed on the main avenue of the Garden. In winter, there is a skating rink next to the stage in the park, in the summer – bicycle rental, and there are also outdoor trainers in the Work-out zone.
In the summer, free yoga classes, fitness, dancing and much more are organized for visitors to the Garden. It hosts some of the best Moscow open-air music festivals, clothing stores, editorial boards of famous publishers, free Spanish classes, jazz Thursdays and more. Also on the territory of the Garden. N.E. Baumana is located one of the best children’s centers CityKids and the Children’s House “Fanny Bell Lodge”, where in the summer there are two urban summer camps for children from 3 to 14 years old. A large number of cafes and food outlets allows you to relax in the shade of the trees after a walk or have a snack on the summer terrace.
Work time: 6:00 – 0:00
Address: st. Old Basmannaya, 15, Moscow 105064, Russia

The Botanic Garden “Apothecaries’ Garden”

The botanic garden of Moscow State University is the oldest Russian establishment of its kind that still exists on its original site, and was founded by Peter the Great in 1706 as a Apothecary where medicinal plants were grown and studied by students of the Medical School. It was transformed into a botanic garden proper in 1805. The park has approximately 200 types of shrubs and trees, some of which are 300 years old, and the collection in includes a willow that is the oldest tree in central Moscow and a larch planted by Peter the Great himself. TheGarden’s orangeries contain a large collection of tropical and subtropical plants, many of which were donated to the garden at the beginning of the 19th Century
opening hours: daily, 10: 00–21: 00
Address: 129090, Moscow, 26 Prospect Mira

Central House of Artist

Exhibition Association “Central House of Artists” – the largest exhibition center in Russia, opened in November 1979.
The Central House of Artists is a unique phenomenon in the cultural life of the capital, where, with an abundance of visitors, everyone found his own – either spiritual solitude, or, on the contrary, community and soul affinity. The spacious and welcoming interiors of the Central House of Artists, filled with the atmosphere of creativity, spiritual and material culture, have always been a favorite place to meet and communicate with people of any age. Great interest among the audience enjoyed the exhibition from the museum collections in Russia and neighboring countries. Numerous exhibitions from the permanent storage fund of the Central House of Artists were successfully held in a number of countries in Western Europe and America.
In March 2019, the Central House of Artists was closed and its exhibition space was transferred to the Tretyakov Gallery (New Tretyakov Gallery)
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 11: 00–20: 00
Address: st. Krymsky Val, 10, Moscow

Wall Tsoi

The wall of Tsoi is a part of the building that is written in hundreds of different phrases, pictures and symbols. And the overwhelming majority of them are dedicated to the soloist of the Kino group, who died in 1990. Many of the inscriptions are unreadable – the effect of the weather. Some are difficult to disassemble, as something new is applied on top of them. However, such chaotic art looks very strong and attractive, so almost anyone passing by considers it their duty to take a photo against the wall.
Opening hours: daily, around the clock
Address: st. Arbat, 37 / 2s6, Moscow

Observation deck RAS

The main advantage of the viewing platform of the Russian Academy of Sciences in the absence of a large flow of visitors. It is located not far from the most popular observation deck on the Sparrow Hills, but either because it’s farther from the subway, or just fewer people know about this site, but there are always fewer people here.

The proximity to the Sparrow Hills allows you to look at the same beauty, only from a different angle, no less picturesque.
Opening hours: daily, around the clock
Address: Leninsky Prospect, 32A, p. 1, Moscow

Roman Catholic Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary

The Cathedral of the Immaculate Blessed Virgin Mary is the neo-Gothic cathedral in Moscow, the largest Catholic cathedral in Russia, the cathedral of the archdiocese of the Mother of God, headed by the archbishop Metropolitan Paolo Pezzi. The third Moscow Catholic church built before the revolution of 1917, one of the three currently functioning Catholic churches of Moscow, along with the Church of St. Louis and the Church of St. Olga.
Opening hours: daily, 8: 00–20: 00, break 12: 45–15: 30
Address: 27 / 13s1, Malaya Gruzinskaya Street, Moscow

Design-factory Flacon

Design-factory Flacon is the best creative cluster of Moscow according to kudago.com… in 2016, developing a wide range of projects in the field of actual forms of creativity, education and creative industries.
“Flacon” unites on its territory a community of people whose main activity is creative and design in all its manifestations. Established in 2009, the design factory became the epicenter of the cultural life of the capital and significantly increased the attractiveness of the surrounding area.
The design plant originated on the territory of the former crystal glass factory and became a pioneer in the revitalization of the industrial zone outside the historical buildings of Moscow. The initial absence of the framework largely determined its specificity. “Flacon” has become a powerful platform for the development of young projects, the self-expression of creative individuals and the implementation of socio-cultural initiatives. It is not by chance that the atmosphere of “Flacon” fully corresponds to its motto: “Do what you want!”
Address: Bolshaya Novodmitrovskaya St., 36, Moscow, Russia (fl. 2)


The Birdges of moscow

More than 500 bridges have been built in the capital. Some of them connect the shores, others hover over highways, others are designed for leisurely walks and romantic meetings. Many constructions are lost against the backdrop of urban scale and grandiosity.

Bagration Bridge

The trade and pedestrian bridge as part of the Moscow City complex was opened in 1997 on the 850th anniversary of Moscow and named after the hero of the Patriotic War of 1812 Pyotr Ivanovich Bagration, whose monument is located on Kutuzovsky Prospekt. It consists of two levels. The lower level is a covered gallery glazed throughout. The upper level is partially glazed; it has an open observation deck. Both levels are interconnected by stairs, escalators and elevators. At the moment, restaurants and cafes, a travel agency, a beauty salon, and a bowling center are open at different levels of the bridge. In one of the rooms there is a tree of wonders, which can also be used for photo and video shooting. There are a couple of pretty benches in the middle of the bridge and some lively greenery. Thanks to the views from the bridge, this bridge is also popular with newlyweds, who often come here for wedding photo shoots.

Address: Emb. Taras Shevchenko, 23A (Metro station Vystavochnaya)


The Million Bridge

The hydrotechnical structure is one of the architectural monuments of the late 18th century. The most famous Russian aqueduct, built back in the time of Catherine II. It was built over the Yauza River to supply the city with clean water, for which a lot of government money was spent. The arched structure made of stone seems to step over the river, reminiscent of a building from antiquity. For its intended purpose (for laying a water pipeline through a ravine), the aqueduct was used until 1902. Until 2004, it served as a support for the heating main, and after restoration in 2007, it became a pedestrian bridge. The designers have added railings, a roof and a lighting system, and a recreation park has been arranged around.

Address: Rostokinskiy aqueduct (Metro station VDNKh)


Bogdan Khmelnitsky

The futuristic-style building was opened in 1997 and named after the hero of the Patriotic War of 1812 Pyotr Ivanovich Bagration, whose monument is located on Kutuzovsky Prospekt. It takes just 8 minutes to walk across the bridge from Presnenskaya embankment to the Moscow City business center. It is made of concrete and equipped with ventilation, air conditioning, fire alarms, surveillance cameras. On the lower closed level there are walkways and travolators. The upper tier is partially glazed. There are shopping pavilions and an observation deck.


Address: Emb. Taras Shevchenko, 23A (Metro station Vystavochnaya)


Crimean Bridge

This automobile-pedestrian suspension bridge, thrown across the Moscow River on the Garden Ring highway, was opened in 1938. It got its name from the ancient Crimean ford, through which the Crimean Tatars moved on raids to Moscow. The bridge offers a beautiful view of the Frunzenskaya embankment and Gorky Park, Pushkinskaya, Krymskaya and Prechistenskaya embankments, the monument to Peter I, the Central House of Artists, located on Krymsky Val. The Crimean bridge is especially beautiful in the evening and at night.

Address: Crimean bridge ( Metro station Park of Culture )


Andreevsky railway bridge

The crossing between Andreevskaya and Luzhnetskaya embankments is part of the Third Ring Road. Two bridges standing close to each other combined transport and railway functions. The structure on which the rails are laid was built in 2000 on the site of an outdated one. It is assembled on solid scaffolds by hanging mounting and supplemented with flyovers. The bridge offers panoramas of the historical center and Sparrow Hills. It can be walked from Frunzenskaya and Pushkinskaya embankments

Address: Andreevsky pedestrian bridge ( Metro station Frunzenskaya )


Pushkinsky walking bridge (Andreevsky)

The basis of the Andreevsky bridge was the railway bridge built in 1908, which was part of the small ring of the Moscow ring railway.

In Soviet times, the bridge and the railway were practically not used, and therefore in 1999 it was moved to the territory of Gorky Park, completed and made pedestrian. The base of the bridge was delivered to the park by water, and after the construction of a modern glass crossing, the bridge became a pedestrian one. Today, a wonderful view of the Moscow River and Gorky Park opens from the Andreevsky Pedestrian Bridge. You can walk along the bridge both under the glass roof and outside. It also has an observation deck with free binoculars. From here you have a great view of the Cathedral of Christ the Savior. The Kremlin, the famous Moscow skyscrapers, the Shukhov TV tower and many other sights of Moscow.

Address: Andreevskaya embankment (Metro station Leninsky Prospekt)


Patriarshy Bridge

Pedestrian bridge opposite the Cathedral of Christ the Savior 203 meters long. Lanterns in the style of the 19th century provided beautiful evening illumination, and openwork railings gave lightness to the structure. The opening of the bridge took place in 2004. From it you can clearly see the Kremlin, Bolotny Island, the monument to Peter I.
This place is also famous among newly weds, here you can see many castles with the names of couples who want to perpetuate their love forever.

Address: Yakimanskaya embankment ( Metro station Kropotkinskaya )


Zhivopisny Bridge (Picturesque bridge)

The highest cable-stayed bridge in Europe connects the protected area Serebryany Bor and the Krylatskoye area.

It was put into operation in 2007 and got its name from the nearby street. In terms of popularity among filmmakers, the bridge has no equal among similar structures in the capital. It is equipped with noise-absorbing screens and stairways. The movement of cars takes place in 8 lanes, and the width of pedestrian sidewalks is 1.5 meters. The decoration of the crossing is a bright coral arch and a glass capsule at the top of its arch. Its height above the surface of the river is 30 meters, its width is slightly less than 40 meters, and its length reaches one and a half kilometers. The height of the arch is more than 100 m. The dimensions of the ellipsoid are also striking, the length of which is more than 30 m, the height is 13 m, and the width is about 25 m. Its weight is more than 1000 tons. This building is grandiose in every way. Until now, the fate of the ellipsoidal observation deck has not been finally decided. According to the original project, a restaurant was supposed to be located here. But for technical reasons, this idea had to be abandoned. After that, it was decided to open a registry office here.

After all, it would be so romantic to conclude sacred bonds not just anywhere, but right in the sky above Moscow! But so far this project has not been implemented.

Address: Marshal Zhukov Avenue ( Metro station Krylatskoye )


Big Stone Bridge

The majestic bridge is one of the visiting cards of the city. It rises above the waters of the Moskva River, connecting the Kremlin and Sofiyskaya embankments. In the old days, in its place was a crossing of logs, which was risky to move along. The first stone structure here was built in 1687. During the time of Peter I, thieves gathered under it, and after dark, Muscovites tried not to walk in these places alone. The modern structure with a length of 487 meters was erected in 1938 with the participation of engineer N. Ya. Kalmykov. Its fence was decorated with images of the Soviet coat of arms of Moscow.

Address: Kremlin embankment (Metro station Alexander Garden)


Figured bridge

The construction of the Tsaritsyno residence near Moscow was entrusted by Catherine II to the architect V.I. Bazhenov. The empress was dissatisfied with the estate and never appeared here. The place gradually fell into disrepair. Restoration work was completed only in 2007. The attention of visitors to the palace and park ensemble is immediately attracted by the figured bridge, which was supposed to serve as the second main entrance. The combination of red brick and white stone, high towers with lancet openings, carved frames and pyramids give the building an exceptional look.
For a large number of sculptural elements, Vasily Bazhenov called his bridge “Figured”. It was he who laid the foundation for the construction of the legendary architectural monument – the Tsaritsyno estate.

Address: Dolskaya street,1soor40 ( Metro station Orekhovo )