Moscow Venues Re-Open: New Dates

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July 30

The ban on holding indoor and outdoor mass public events remains in place in Moscow at least until September 1, the mayor Segey Sobyanin stated, noting that it is impossible to ensure social distancing during such events.

It is likely that the first giant city event will be Moscow’s birthday weekend on the first week of September 2020.

A new giant sports complex Zil has opened in Moscow including an open – air swimming pool along with facilities for water and aerial sports. Check the address here.


The “Dream Island” Park has opened this month

Designed to fit 20,000 people at a time, the biggest indoor theme park in Europe, Dream Island park is considered to become the main tourist destination for family vacations.

The park is divided into 9 zones representing different worlds ( and features globally famous heroes): smurfs, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Hello Kitty, Hotel Transylvania, Mowgli in the Land of Dinosaurs, the Dream Race, the Snow Queen Castle, the Abandoned Castle, and the Magic Village.

The park has dropped ticket cost!

The prices have changed – for adults from 2200 roubles to 1800 roubles, – for kids from 1900 roubles to 1600 roubles. The new prices for the weekend are – 2300 roubles for adults and 1900 roubles for kids. Book tickets here.

Check the address here.


Starting from August 1 , cinemas, concert halls and theaters with a seating capacity of 3.000 seats will re-open to the public.

Concert halls, cinemas and music venues are not allowed to exceed 50 percent of their maximum capacity. The same will apply to sports events, meaning the increase in number of seats from 40% to 50% of maximum capacity.


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The Museum of Victory at Poklonnaya Hill is open!

The Victory Museum is the unique memorial complex which serves to eternize memory of Soviet people valour, heroism and courage during the Great Patriotic War. Check the address here.


  • Free drive – in theatre has opened in Moscow in July ! The venue is located steps from the nearly opened Park “Filatov Lug”.

The first screening was held July 18. The theatre can host up to 100 cars. Its line up will includes both classics and premieres: Federico Fellini’s La Dolce Vita, The Gentlemen by Guy Ritchie and the programme of the Beat Film Festival. Place booking is available  here.

The park is situated within walking Distance from the “Filatov Lug” metro station (the southern part of the Red metro line).

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