The staff of the information center will help you chose excursion route, purchase tickets to the places of Zaryadye Park and other city attractions, or tell about the RUSSPASS digital service for tourists. In addition, in the pavilion you can find printed maps and travel guides of Moscow and purchase souvenirs.
Today, the interior space of Dome has obtained a new meaning. Behind the QR codes on the walls in the central hall, guests can learn more about the events at Zaryadye and in the city, as well as get information about the RUSSPASS digital service. The roundabout gallery consists of 8 thematic blocks with interactive panels, containing information about sights, events, transport and events in Moscow.
The design of the pavilion is a metal structure in the shape of a dome. The pavilion is illuminated with the multimedia panels, installed along the perimeter of the roof.
At the top of Dome, there is a roof light, transmitting natural light from above into the interior of the pavilion, as well as into the central hall. The height of Dome is 9.35 m, and the total area is 265 square meters.
After the reconstruction, the interior of the pavilion remained unchanged. It reproduces the central part of the Russian exposition at the Venice Biennale of 2012, which won a special jury prize. Thanks to the unusual QR codes design, in Dome you can take spectacular photos.Dome is located next to the Mixed Forest and Birch Grove.