Time Magazine Puts Zaryadye Park on “World’s Greatest Places” List
Moscow’s Zaryadye Park has gained a spot on TIME’s “World’s Greatest Places” list, with the magazine highlighting its “soaring” bridge and ice cave.
Zaryadye Park in One Minute
The most anticipated Moscow project of the last 50 years – Zaryadye Park opened steps from Red Square!
The park combines historic artifacts such as Kremlin-style gardens with modern sustainable technologies including artificial microclimate systems.
The rich vegetation of the park is divided into several natural landscape zones characteristic of our country. There are four natural areas within the park: tundra, forests divided into zones: coniferous forests, deciduous forests, birch groves and riparian forests; meadows and steppes.
We are about to present you our new audio tour in Zaryadye Park, meanwhile you can check our most famous Moscow tours here.
The park opened on Sept 11 2017. The entrance is free. Entry tickets to the indoor attractions are available inside the venues. Entry tickets to the main attractions (opening soon) Adults – 600 rubles, kids 300 rubles. These days the place is extremely crowded!
The “Soaring” Bridge
Thanks to groundbreaking technical solutions used by developers and builders of the central bridge, its structure is “soaring” over the embankment and makes it one of the main highlights of the park. Entrance to the bridge is free.
Updated! Operating hours – 10 am – 10 pm. Entrance is free! Entry tickets to the main attractions (opening soon) Adults – 600 rubles, kids 300 rubles. The “Cupola” pavilion is temporary closed. There is no entrance to the park in the evening due to the “Spasskaya Tower” festival until Sept 2!