Soar over Moscow, take
a trip through time and learn about interesting events in the city.
Stop by the 70 meter console, forming an arc over the river, and admire the best view of the Kremlin.
Unwind sitting by the water, grab a snack at a café, or take a walk along the river.
View a collection of artifacts discovered during excavations of old Moscow.
Listen to a concert at one of the largest outdoor venues in the historic center of the city.
Taste traditional Russian cuisine and get food to go for a picnic.
See an arctic labyrinth around the corner from the Kremlin.
Warm up and admire the garden of heat-loving plants.
Enjoy the dishes in the culinary traditions of former soviet republics.
Have a look at the pavilion that received a special jury prize at the Venice Biennale in 2012.
Participate in scientific experiments and discoveries.
See theatrical productions and appreciate acoustics designed by Japanese experts.
You can leave your car in the park at any time of the day or night.
“A rare beauty monument of serf architecture, which any European capital would rightfully be proud of if it had survived there to the present day ...”
(Igor Grabar, Russian and Soviet painter, academician, professor, art historian, restorer; 1925).