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Water in the big city

How does water get to our tap? Where does it flow away to? And why can’t I drink it? We know answers to all the questions.
We know which rivers our water comes from, how much water citizens of Moscow use every day, who and when constructed the first ever plumbing system. We know a whole lot. So let’s join the water in its journey around the big city! We’ll start from the stations of water treatment and preparation and finish at the water cleaning stations. And, of course, we will conduct tests and experiments using the most contemporary laboratory equipment. We will check water quality, find out about the additives, compare drinking water to the water from the park’s ponds and rivers.

Please note that all programs are run in Russian only.
Vladislav Gilmanov

Vladislav is a geography graduate of the Moscow State University. Loves unique landscapes of our planet, which were formed as a result of volcanic activity. He’s been to three active volcanos and to Mount Elbrus – a sleeping volcano and the highest point of Russia.

21 June 2019 Friday at 13:00
For organized groups
A group of 15 to 20 people – 450 rubles per person.

A group of 15 to 20 people with a one-time purchase of 80 tickets and more – 400 rubles per person.

To sign up for the program, please email us at, indicating the phone number for contact
For privileged categories
Payment for a ticket with a Troika card wallet (5% discount on the cost of the basic ticket) – 475 rubles per person
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