Dear guests! You can read about the changes in the opening hours from October 28 to November 7 here.
Please wear masks when visiting the Old English Court and maintain social distance. Take care of your health and the health of those around you. Thank you!
In the more humid lower parts of the park, where the Neglinka River once flowed, artificial ponds were created. Coastal and subaquatic plants are planted around them. Hydrophilic bushes, herbaceous perennials and grasses represent the local flora. The coastal plants primarily include cereals, sedges and flowering grasses with broad foliage.
In "Zaryadye" near the ponds grows yellow iris, creeping jenny, purple boneset, purple loosestrife, wood forget-me-not, butterbur, globeflower, European bistort, ragged-robin, reed canary grass, false spirea, daylily, tufted hairgrass, marsh fern, creeping buttercup, meadowsweet and marsh-marigold.
Frogs and newts will settle in the ponds. In addition, the coastal flora is a habitat for insects and nesting of waterfowl. Maples, lime trees and oaks, which grew here even before the construction of the park, are preserved.