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Dear guests! Please wear masks in the park pavilions and maintain social distance. Take care of your health and the health of those around you. Thank you!

Ice Cave

  • Cloakroom
  • Accessible toilet
  • WC
Spatial art installation by artist Alexander Ponomarev and architect Alexei Kozyr. An opportunity to travel to the world of snow and ice and feel the power and greatness of the Northern nature.
To get the icy relief of 750m², 70 tons of water ware frozen on 14 kilometers of curved metal pipes. The project creators were inspired by the complex process of the formation of caves and their deep history. 

The entrance to Ice Cave is through the sluice, which instantly creates the feeling of being at the polar station. From the inside, the entire cave is covered with frost and ice illuminated by light diodes. The year-round temperature here is from -4 to -9 degrees.

There are thousands of caves on the territory of our country, but only few are open for public visits, some are still not fully studied, and many are inaccessible even for specialists. In Zaryadye you have an opportunity to see mysterious Northern cave and explore its inner world.

Please note that during the visit you must use a face mask and keep a social distance of 1.5 meters. If you have a temperature or respiratory disease symptoms, you can’t visit Ice Cave. Tickets are available only on the website, in the mobile application or via interactive terminals of the park. We recommend you bring warm clothes to visit Ice Cave.

10:00–21:00 (Mondays 14:00–21:00)

Ticket price (weekdays/weekends):
Ages 18 and up – 190/300 rubles
7 to 18 years old – 95/150 rubles
Children under 7 – free

Upcoming events
Ice Cave
17 September 2021
Ice Cave
Adults, Children
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