The film was created by Channel One company. For their ambitious show, the creators used a special 4-lens camera that delivers an unbelievably detailed 360-degree video. Guests of Zaryadye will be the first people in Russia to see such a large-scale panorama.
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 specially for the film. Some of them had to apply a complex prosthetics — take Yaroslav Berezhnov for example, the actor that played Yuri Gagarin.
Get ready for a fascinating trip through Moscow history, and together with that — the history of Russia. Experience the events of the past standing right in the place they happened!
Sessions time can be found at "Schedule and Tickets".
Please note: tickets for some sessions can only be purchased at the park ticket offices (in Media Center and Nature Center). In order to get a free ticket, you must contact the ticket office.
Ask about other discounts at the Tourist Information Center. Please ask the staff of Time Machine media hall for a synchronous audio device in English and Chinese. To sign up for a group excursion, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, indicating the phone number for contact. In order to get free tickets (for some categories), as well as to purchase basic and collect reduced or free tickets for the same session, please contact the ticket offices.
2017–2018: “Russian Arctic” (September 29, 2017 – February 15, 2018), “Ball in the Art” (June 14 – July 23), “Depicting Russia” (September 6 – December 6).
2019: “On blooming shores of the Crimea” (March 16 – April 21), “The Most Beautiful Country” (April 29 – May 26), “Stars of MAKS in Zaryadye Park. Aviation Photographers of Russia” (June 4 – June 23), exhibition dedicated to the 85th anniversary of the Grekov Studio of War Artists (July 31 – August 11), “Klavdia Semyonovna's Exhibition" (August 15 – September 8), “The Most Beautiful Country” (September 13 – 22), “Cities in Motion” (October 23 – December 15).
From December 25, 2019 to February 24, 2020, the photo exhibition “Year of Theatre. Curtain!” was taking place at the Exhibition Hall. The exposition introduced photographs of more than 80 representatives of different theatrical generations: Mark Zakharov and Yevgeny Mironov, Rimas Tuminas and Yevgeny Pisarev, Vladimir Skvortsov and Semyon Serzin; Vladimir Pankov, Boris Lyubimov, Alexey Bartoshevich, Grigory Zaslavsky; Marina Brusnikina and the members of Brusnikin's workshop; Alla Demidova and Victoria Isakova and many others.
From March 6 to April 15, 2020, in the frames of “Actual Russia: the Art of Memory” project, 50 Russian artists in one immersive environment revealed the art of memory theme. The exhibition demonstrated works by Valera and Natasha Cherkashin, Julia Malinina, Roman Kazus and many others. In the multimedia part of the exposition, for the first time in Moscow, guests saw a new version of Turandot play by AES+F project.
From June 6 to 23, 2019, the exhibition “Pushkin is ours, that's it!” dedicated to the celebration of the 220th anniversary of Pushkin’s birth was held in Media Studio. Paintings and graphic works demonstrated how different generations of artists interpret the poet's heritage.
From July 31 to September 8, 2019, the exhibition dedicated to the 85th anniversary of the Grekov Studio of War Artists took place in Madia Studio. The exposition introduced early works by members of the creative organization of the Russian Ministry of Defence – painting, graphics and sculpture – and recent works.From 14 to 25 September 2019, guests could see the unique collection of sculptures by Buryat artist Dashi Namdakov, who represents national traditions in a new, avant-garde style.