Top 10 New Things to Do in Moscow
We have compiled a list of top 10 new and surprising activities in Moscow. Have fun, try yourself and enjoy!
Top 10 New Things to Try in Moscow
Flying over Moscow in Red Square’s Park
The 3D attraction “Flight over Moscow” is open at the Media Centre in Zaryadye Park steps from Red Square.
Taking a ride in Europe’s largest indoor amusement park “The Dream Island” in Moscow
The park houses thrilling coasters, Magic kindgoms, castles and even the Land of Dinosaurs. You can take a sneak peek inside the Park.
The park has dropped ticket cost in July 2020!
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.
Enjoying breathtaking views of Moscow from air gondolas in Luzhniki
Take a ride on Moscow’s urban gondolas – the Sparrow Hills cable car. One ride lasts for 5 minutes. Ticket prices start at 1,5$ for one ride. To purchase the ticket, please, click here.
Spend the day at the Highest Observation Deck in Europe
The highest observation deck in Europe Panorama360 opened at the “Federation:Vostok” tower in the Moscow city region. The 89th floor of Moscow City Federation Tower offers amazing views. It’s the best viewpoint of Moscow with the 360 look-up angle.
Book tickets here.
Reward Yourself with Food From All Over the World
The biggest food mall in Europe has opened this year in Moscow (check the address). it’s an impressive mixture of a huge food market and a seriously big food court. You can literally spend a day there.
Having a date at Moscow’s Planetarium at night
Moscow’s Planetarium is definitely one of the most underrated Museum of the city. Moveover, even locals don’t know that the planetarium might be a perfect spot for a date. When it is closed for the public you can get a special entry (starting at 100$) for a romantic session ( between 21.00 and 22.00). It might be less stressful to get to know each other under the sparkling stars and the bright Moon. Check the contacts of the Museum here.
Experiencing a bomb explosion up close in Moscow’s 42 bunker
Welcome to the secret nuclear bunker in the city centre – 18 floors below the ground!
The highlights of the program of Moscow’s Central bunker are a simulated missile launching and a bomb detonation. Check the details here.
Watching a movie in 5D at the cosmic sphere cinema at the All–Russian Exhibition Complex
The Space Sphere 5D cinema is a truly hidden gem in the heart of the Space Pavilion at the All-Russian Exhibition Complec. Spaceships, planets, astronauts and stars will all be as lifelike as the IMAX cinema. The cinema is equipped with a moving platform and the latest screening technology.
The sphere cinema can hold up to 30 visitors. Entrance fees start at 100 roubles (1,5$). Check the details here.
Taking a virtual tour in the city centre to see the demolished sights of Moscow
Explore the unknown architectural masterpieces of Moscow in the city’s first guided virtual reality experience. Walk through the city center, Red Square, and around the Kremlin walls and view what the city could have looked like through state-of-the-art VR glasses.
The tour costs 45$. It runs every Friday. Check the details here.
Barreling down the slides in the Waterpark
The Palace of water sports opened after the reconstruction. It might hold up to 10 thoudand visitors a day. The venue Also houses its own Waterpark with 9 different attractions, 2 swimming pools, saunas, and even a boxing club! Entrance fees start at 30$ in the day time. Check the prices and the address here.
Taking part at the Cosmic Jazz Night
Under the starry 3D cupola ATMA 360, the musicians will play the cosmic music of Frank Sinatra. The show takes place at Lumiere Hall. The next concert is scheduled for September 18 2020 ( as the ban on public events has been extended until September 1)Ticket prices start at 25$. Check the website here.