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Dear guests! Tickets are valid only upon presentation of a QR code and passport, in the pavilions please wear masks and maintain social distance. More information about the current restrictions can be found here. Take care of your health and the health of those around you. Thank you!

Media Center

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Media Center is the first pavilion in the park on the way from Red Square. Here you will find Soaring media complex and media hall, the Tourist Information Center, the Exhibition hall and a souvenir shop.

Tourist Information Center

Start your park tour here.

Our administrators will tell you in Russian, English or Chinese about the events in Zaryadye park, help you buy tickets, plan walking routes around the park or in the city center. Here you can choose a guide, book a bus or boat tour, and even plan a trip in Russia.

Learn about tours here

Available languages: Russian, English, Chinese

Individual service for groups of 1–5 people* – 15,000 ₽
The service includes:
- drawing up a plan for park visiting, including the route on the territory and schedule of the park objects.
- tickets booking for the park objects;
- priority tickets purchase at the separate ticket office;
- individual sightseeing tour in the park (at least 45 minutes);
- personal assistance on the territory of the park and at the objects;
- priority objects visiting;
- free umbrellas in case of rainy weather and warm blankets when visiting Ice Cave;
- visiting of Florarium, Ice Cave, Underground Museum and the Exhibition Hall out of the regular sessions time.

*reduced fares are not available

Each additional member of the group (up to 20 people) – 2000 ₽

Barrier-free Environment

Our administrators are always ready to help guests with special needs.
The map below shows barrier-free route plan, using which you will not encounter any stairs and formidable barriers. The map can be downloaded in pdf.


Movie hall with 13 meters high semisphere screen and wind, water splash, and smell generators. You get in a chair, fasten security belt like in a plane, and the show begins.

Get ready for breathtaking city views, the finest examples of centuries-old and modern architecture, national parks and the most important — the feeling of a 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. The films were created by Red Square company specially for Zaryadye Park.


Soaring over Moscow
The platform of the flying cinema will drift you by Victory Park on Poklonnaya Hill, the memorial to the Great Patriotic War; 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 of the Russian Orthodox Church, and other Moscow landmarks.

Soaring over Russia
The spectators will fly over the ancient pillars of Manpupuner in Komi Republic and the Lena Pillars Nature Park in Yakutia, jump from the dam of the Sayano-Shushenskaya hydroelectric power station, the largest in Russia; see from above the Valley of Geysers in Kamchatka, together with Sochi, Volgograd and other significant places of Russia.

Tickets (weekdays/weekends):
Adult – 690/850 rubles
Ages 7 to 18 years – 345/425 rubles

Session schedule and tickets can be found here.

Ask about other discounts at the Tourist Information Center.

Please note: tickets for some sessions can only be purchased at the park ticket offices (at Media Center and Nature Center). In order to get a free ticket, you must contact the ticket office.

At the park ticket offices, tickets for Soaring performance are available only for the current day. You can buy tickets for the current and the next day on Zaryadye Park website, via interactive terminals or mobile app.

Restrictions for visiting

Soaring performance is available for people above 120 cm and not taller than 195 cm, weight limitation is 136 kg. Children under 12 years old are allowed on sessions only when accompanied by an adult in charge sitting in the adjacent chair. Soaring performance is not recommended for children under 6 years old. Attendance in Soaring performance is prohibited for pregnant women, people in a state of alcohol or drug intoxication, as well as under the influence of other chemical substances which can affect senses, reflexes and motion coordination; people with the following health problems: heart disease or high blood pressure, back or neck pains, sea sickness, dizziness or epilepsy, sensitivity to flashing lights, claustrophobia.

Please note that during the visit you must use protective mask and gloves and keep a social distance of 1.5 meters. If you have a temperature or respiratory disease symptoms, you can’t visit the park.

Media Hall 360

A hall with an interactive floor and an image projected on, a circular five meters high screen, a 32-channel sound system, as well as generators of wind, smoke and smells will immerse you in “here and now” events. You can move freely around the hall to feel at the center of the most important historical events.

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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 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 the park.

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.

Ticket price (weekdays/weekends):
Adults — 490/650 rubles
Ages 12–18 — 245/325 rubles
Children under 12 years old are not allowed.

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, 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.


Gagarin. Lieutenant of the Sky
The film was created specially for media hall 360 by media artists Jan Kalnberzin, Evgeny Afonin and composer Nikolai Popov. The artists used neural networks and 3D graphics in the visual part of the film. Together with Yuri Gagarin, viewers will be able to feel the radiation of sunlight in outer space, see the flight of the Vostok-1 spacecraft, and finally, hundreds of satellites, that will enter orbit in front of them.

Time Machine
The film was created by Channel One. 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.

Russia. Virtual Trip
The film had its premiere at the festival of the Russian Geographical Society in Zaryadye. The viewers will see nine amazingly beautiful places: the Kola Peninsula, the Crimea, the Volga Delta, Lake Baikal, Far Eastern Marine Reserve, Kamchatka, the Putorana Plateau, Kandalaksha Nature Reserve and the Caucasus. The viewers will see these places from the spots that are often hard-to-reach even for experienced travelers, therefore even the big city life fans will get inspired for an adventure.

Exhibition Hall

The exhibition hall for temporary expositions is located on the underground floor of Media Center. The expositions are dedicated to different regions of Russia, its history and culture. The exhibitions are held in conjunction with leading museums and cultural institutions.

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.

Upcoming events
Film "Russia. Virtual Trip"
22 January 2022
Media Center
Media Hall
Adults, Children
Sightseeing tour «New Year's season at Zaryadye»
22 January 2022
Media Center
Adults, Children
Walk with Audio Guide
22 January 2022
Media Center
Adults, Children
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