Moscow 10 Places to Visit in June
Here is our Moscow Events Calendar 2019 with the main food and cultural events, shows for kids, free days and street and film festivals!
We have gathered the best places for the English-speaking audience to visit in June.We are continuing to update this post.
Free FIFA 2018 Light Show
June 1 – June 10
A special light show dedicated to Fifa 2018 Championship will be projected onto the facade of the Manege Museum on Manezhnaya Square. Entrance is free. Operating hours from 22.00- 23.00.
Fifa World Museum in Moscow
June 9 – June 20
Fifa’s World Football Museum is opening a temporary exhibition in Moscow through the course of this year’s World Cup.The major exhibition – called “The History Makers“– will open on 9 June at the Hyundai Motorstudio, five days ahead of the football tournament‘s kick off. The exhibition runs until 20 July. Entrance is free.
Summer Garage Sale
June 10 – June 11
The “Eskimo” Garage Sale Fest will be held at Flacon in June. With fancy accessories, stylish clothes and a large selection of vinyl records and antiques, the event is supposed to be a real shoppers delight. The Eskimo Fest is the greatest kick-off to the garage sale season in Moscow. Entrance is free!
Free Museum Day
The best museums of Moscow offer free admission on June 17 – 2018.
Top 10 Museums to Visit here
Cheese Festival in Moscow
June 16 – June 17
All guests of the festival at the All-Russia Exhibition Complex (Pavilion 47) will be catered with both classic cheeses and rare types made of cow or goat milk.
Cheese makers from various parts of Russia will present their best farm products.Entrance is free!
The Top Art Event of 2018: Banksy in Moscow
Now until October 20
For the first time in Russia, a personal exhibition of Banksy, a famous street artist who changed the notion of modern art, will open in the Central House of Artists.
More than 100 art objects, including unique original works, 3D objects, rare prints and photographs by Banksy, will be exhibited.Banksy’s ironic and witty artworks aimed against politics, war and capitalism have long become the desired catch for journalists, photographers, art critics and collectors and have created the so-called Banksy effect.Entrance prices start at 500 rubles. To purchase the ticket,please, click here.
Vietnam Food Festival
June 9 – June 12
The “Vietnam Food Festival” will be held at Hanoi- Expo Centre. The event will provide the public with a massive array of Vietnam street snacks to sample. Rice, coffee, pepper, dried fruits and seafood as Vietnam’s most exported products will be available for purchase on the weekend.
The age of Rembrandt and Vermeer at Pushkin Museum
Now – July 22
For the first time in Russia, The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts the most significant privately-held collection of Rembrandt and Rembrandt School paintings in the world.The Age of Rembrandt and Vermeer: Masterpieces from the Leiden Collection explores the artistic world of the Dutch Republic through a selection of 82 paintings and drawings by Rembrandt van Rijn and his contemporaries, many of which have never been on view in Russia. Ticket prices start at 400 rubles. For more information, please, visit the official website.
The Shanghai Museum: The Radiance of Knowledge
17 April 2018 – 25 July 2018
It will be the first time when the collection of the Shanghai Museum is on display in the Moscow Kremlin Museums. The exhibition is dedicated to the Ming dynasty epoch (1368–1644), one of the most vivid pages in the wealthiest heritage of China. At that time the interest in art, literature and music, intimate knowledge of philosophical and historical tractates becomes a real cult.
Wonderful pieces of art that are demonstrated in the exhibition halls of the Moscow Kremlin Museums make it possible for visitors to get acquainted with almost all aspects for which Ming culture is renowned—porcelain, paintings, stone carving and furniture.For more information,please, click here. Entrance fee is 500 rubles. Operating hours: 10.00 – 17.00. Day off – Thursday. Address: Exhibition hall of the Patriarch’s Palace.