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Media Center

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Media Center is the first pavilion in the park on the way from Red Square and is the most crowded space of Zaryadye. Here you will find a tourist information center, two modern media complexes - Soaring and Time Machine, an exhibition hall, a souvenir shop and a cafe. In front of the entrance to the Media Center, as well as inside the pavilions, there are information stands "Moscow Now" - interactive terminals with a billboard of cultural events of Zaryadye and information about all the sights in the park. On the lower ground of the pavilion a multifunctional exhibition space for temporary expositions is located.


Soaring, the first such media complex in Russia has a 13 meters high semisphere screen and wind, water splash and smell generators that empower effect of presence in the sky. Get ready for breathtaking city views, the finest examples of centuries-old and modern architecture, national parks and the feeling of real flight. The media complex was created by Dynamic Attractions (Canada) and KRAFTWERK (Austria) — audio & video experts whose portfolio is filled with the most fascinating attractions in the top-tier parks all over the world.


Soaring over Moscow
The first movie for the media complex. Take a seat, fasten your aircraft style belt and let the show begin. You'll drift by Victory Park on Poklonnaya Hill, the memorial to the Great Patriotic War; soar over the Triumphal Arch commemorating the 1812 Patriotic War, Krymsky Bridge, the first major suspension bridge in Moscow; the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, the most important cathedral for the Russian Orthodox Church, and other Moscow landmarks. Production of the film required purpose-made shooting equipment and took several weeks with five months of pre-production. Shooting team spent more than 50 hours in the air so that we could treat our guests with 8 minutes of concentrated joy.
Tickets and session schedule you can find here.

Soaring over Russia
The new movie was premiered at the park on November 4th, 2018. Welcome to the unique journey, during which viewers fly over the ancient pillars of Manpupuner (Komi Republic) and the Lena Pillars Nature Park (Yakutia), jump from the dam of the Sayano-Shushenskaya HPP, the largest power station in Russia; fly over the Valley of Geysers in Kamchatka. And that isn't all: get ready for landmarks of Sochi, Volgograd and much more!
Tickets and session schedule you can find here.

Opening hours from 14 November:
Monday (sessions run every 15–30 minutes)
2:30 PM – 4:30 PM – Soaring over Russia
5:30 PM – 7:30 PM – Soaring over Moscow
Tuesday – Friday (sessions run every 15–30 minutes)
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM, 3:30 PM – 5 PM – Soaring over Russia
1:00 PM – 2:30 PM, 6 PM – 7:30 PM – Soaring over Moscow
Weekends and holidays (sessions run every 15 minutes)
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM, 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM – Soaring over Russia
12:45 PM – 2:45 PM, 5:45 PM – 7:45 PM – Soaring over Moscow

Tickets to Soaring are available for purchase for the current and next day. Sales for the next day open at 09:00 AM.
Please note: tickets for some sessions can only be purchased at the park box offices (at the Media Center and the Nature Center).

Ticket prices: 
Ages 18 and up — 790₽
Ages 14-18 and students (over 120 cm high) — 400₽
Ages 6-14 (over 120 cm high) — 150₽
Children up to 7 years old (height from 120 cm) – free

Time Machine

Welcome to an amazing tour of Moscow’s past! Have a look at the moment of city's foundation by Yuri Dolgorukiy, find yourself among Mongolian invaders and salute Yuri Gagarin with the crowd upon his arrival in Moscow.

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You'll see how Zaryadye and the Kremlin appeared and how white-stone walls of Kitay-gorod was constructed, how Dmitry Donskoy who took his nickname after the great victory in the Battle of Kulikovo was coming back to Moscow, how Napoleon saw the city burn to the ground, how the Metro, the Seven Sisters, and Zaryadye Park were built.

For their ambitious show, creators used a special 4-lens camera that delivers an unbelievably detailed 360-degree video. Our guests will be the first to watch such large-scale panorama in Russia. Immerse yourself in history in our spacious hall with an interactive floor, a 5-meter-high panoramic screen, a 32-channel sound system and wind, smoke and smell generators. You don’t have to be seated — walk free just like the participants of key events of Russian history.

Production of the show involved 300 actors, required 500 authentic costumes and 300 items of stage prop, from hairpins to equestrian equipment.

Actors learned how to wield a sword, wear a pointy helmet, and use a Soviet radio-gramophone. Some of them had to apply a complex prosthetic makeup — take Yaroslav Berezhnov for example, the actor that played Yuri Gagarin. He spent hours in the spotlights while the chronicle of Gagarin arriving in Moscow was reconstructed in a breathtaking manner.

Get ready for a fascinating trip through Moscow history — and history of Russia. Experience the events of the past standing right in the place they happened!

Monday: 2:30 p.m.-7:00 p.m., Tuesday-Friday: 12:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m., Saturday-Sunday: 11:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. 

Sessions on weekdays every 30 minutes.
Sessions on weekends every 20 minutes.

Ages 18 and up — 600₽
Ages 14-18 and students — 300₽
Ages 12–14 — 150₽
Tickets at reduced rates for selected categories of citizens — 480₽

Tourist Information Center

Created tоgether with the Moscow Department of Sport and Tourism, the Tourist Information Center is the best place to start a trip around the park, the city, and even the country. Ten administrators will tell you in Russian or English about all the events in Zaryadye, will help you buy tickets, plan walking routes around the park or the city center. Here you can pick up a guide, book a tour on a tourist bus or boat, or plan a trip around Russia.

Excursion prices:

Ages 18 and up — 260₽
Under 18 — 200₽
Students and pensioners — 200₽

Ages 18 and up — 300₽
Under 18 — 240₽
Students and pensioners — 240₽

Exhibition Hall

The Exhibition Hall for temporary exhibitions is located on the first basement floor of the Media Center. The expositions, organized together with leading Russian museums and cultural institutions, are devoted to different regions of Russia, its history and culture.

Moscow Now

On the park's territory, by the entrance to the Media Center and inside the pavilions you сan find "Moscow now" interactive terminals. They'll help you plan your visit, find your way around the park, check what's on and buy tickets. The terminals will tell you lots about the botanical collection of the park and the history of the district — you will see the famous Moscow landmarks change through time. If you are interested in a promenade around the city center, the terminals will offer you a walking tour along the main streets of the capital and show you a billboard of current cultural events. Moreover, with the help of the terminals you can create and send a post-card.


Upcoming events
VR-фильм «Эрмитаж. Погружение в историю»
13 December 2018
Media Center
Взрослые, Дети
Soaring over Russia
13 December 2018
Media Center
Adults, Children
Time Machine
13 December 2018
Media Center
Time Machine
Adults, Children
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