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The park is located in the center of the city between Varvarka street, Moskvoretskaya street, Kitaygorodskiy proezd and Moskvoretskaya Embankment.
There are four metro stations near the park – Okhotny Ryad, Teatralnaya, Ploshchad Revolyutsi, Kitay-Gorod, and also numerous bus stops. For more detailed information on how to get to the park by public transport and by car, please read this.
There is an underground parking for 430 cars in the park (entrance from Moskvoretskaya Street). 33 spaces are available for disabled persons.
Daily from 7 a.m. to 12 a.m.
Exit — 24/7
Price: 250₽ per hour
Moreover, cars can be left at one of the city car parks on Varvarka street, Ilyinka street, or Kitaygorodskiy proezd. The car park on Kitaygorodskiy proezd has 11 spaces, including two for disabled persons. Parking on Varvarka and Ilyinka streets costs 200 rubles per hour. On Kitaygorodskiy proezd — 50 rubles for 30 minutes, 80 rubles for the first hour and 150 rubles for each additional hour.
The Palace of the Romanov Boyars is part of the State Historical Museum. Its hours and rules can be found on the museum site. The Old English Court is part of the Museum of Moscow association. Details for visitors can be found on the association site.
There are Promsvyazbank ATMs (Slavyanskaya square, 2/5/4, building 3) and VTB24 (Lubyanskiy proezd, 27/1, building 1) near the Kitay-gorod metro station. In the southern entrance to the station you will find a Sberbank ATM.
A first aid station is located in the administrative section of the Media Center. Contact a consultant at the information desk for directions.
Guest toilets can be found in the Media and Nature Centers. Outdoor toilets are located near the car park exit from Moskvoretskaya street and near the River Overlook. Toilets in the pavilions as well as outdoor ones are open on Mondays from 14:00 to 20:00 and Tuesdays through Sundays from 10:00 to 20:00.
The Voskhod restaurant is located on the park territory. Here you can find traditional dishes from former Soviet Republics. Moreover, in the park you will find Zaryadye Gastronomic Center where you can taste Russian cuisine and get food to go.
Above everything else, walking in the park is a pleasant experience. Routes with panoramic views of Moscow’s historic center can be obtained in the Tourist Information Center. You can discover the ancient city and fly over contemporary Moscow in the Time Machine and Soaring media complexes. To find out more about the history and archeology of Zaryadye you can visit the exhibits at the Zaryadye Underground Museum. Adults and children can take part in educational programs and view our collection of thermophyte plants in the florarium that's located in the Nature Center. Furthermore, in soon the Ice Cave climate chamber will open, where visitors will be able to immerse themselves into the atmosphere of the Far North. Details on all the opportunities can be found here. The easiest way to find out about Zaryadye cultural events is to subscribe to our newsletter.
There are open and covered spaces for holding events in the park. Events must be approved by the park administration in advance.
You are allowed to take unlimited photos and videos in the park for personal use. For any commercial, artistic use, for professional photography and video sessions we ask that you contact the press office in advance, sending all requests to email@example.com.
There is a playground in the riverside woods near Moskvoretskaya Embankment. Children over 12 can visit the Time Machine media complex, children six years old and above are welsome in the Soaring сomplex. Zaryadye Underground Museum has computer games and quests about the history of Zaryadye.
Walking dogs and other pets is prohibited in the park. We want both adults and children to be able to sit on the grass in the summer, roll around in the leaves in autumn, and play in the snow in winter worry free. Detailed park rules can be found here.
Visitors in wheel chairs can easily travel around the park territory. All Zaryadye Park pavilions are equipped with wheelchair ramps. The park can be accessed from the underground car park on special lifts. All toilets are also equipped for visitors with limited mobility.
If you lose any belongings in the park, please contact the information center. Found items can be claimed daily during regular working hours at the information center kiosks in the Media Center. You can also contact us at +7 (495) 531-05-00.
Visitors can walk along the paved and gravel paths, along the meadow and under the Glass Crust. The remaining grass is still easy to damage and walking on it is not allowed. Next year when perennial grass is settled in and landscaping completed, the walking areas will be significantly expanded.
Adults and children over 12 years old are allowed to visit the Time Machine. The complex is not recommended for people with central nervous system and vestibular disorders. Visitors of Soaring must be between 120 and 195 centimeters tall and weigh not more than 136 kg. Children and young adults of ages 6 and up are allowed entry only accompanied by an adult. Pregnant women, people under the influence of drugs or alcohol, those who suffer from heart disease, high blood pressure, back or neck pains, seasickness, vertigo, epilepsy, heightened sensitivity to smells or flashing lights, or claustrophobia are not permitted in the Soaring complex.
Tickets to the Soaring and Time Machine media complexes and the Underground Museum are sold in the Media Center. Information center employees will concult you on the schedules and prices. The information is also available at the information kiosks at the Media Center entrance.
The entry to Zaryadye Park is free and open to the public. Entry to the Time Machine and Soaring media complexes, the exhibition hall, and the Zaryadye Underground museum require tickets, which can be purchased at the information desk in the Media Center. Classes at the scientific and educational Nature Center require tickets as does the entry to the Florarium. Visitors can also reserve individual tours of the park at the Tourist Information Center.