Top 5 Places to Enjoy Winter 2018-2019 in Moscow!
Here is our Moscow Events Calendar 2019 with the main food and cultural events, shows for kids, free days and street and film festivals!
Looking for some fun outdoor activities for you and your family? Be sure to visit our top 5 winter places in Moscow!
Journey Into Christmas
The annual festival “Journey Into Christmas” will open steps from Red Square on December 21 with dozens of special stalls and tents, playgrounds and stages.
The festival will encompass dozens of special Christmas zones in the city centre. More than 100 stalls, selling different products, are placed on the territory of the fair. The festival will be open until January 13.
If you plan to visit Red Square in Moscow this weekend, don’t forget to take advantage of our most popular Red Square audio tour.
High Jewellery in the Kremlin
For the first time in Russia, the Moscow Kremlin Museums are holding a retrospective exhibition, presenting pieces of high jewellery art by world-known Italian Maison BVLGARI, which history dates back more than a hundred and thirty years. Over four hundred unique pieces of high-end jewellery from the Bulgari Heritage Collection, are on display.
The history of the brand is closely related to such legendary women as Anna Magnani, Elizabeth Taylor, Audrey Hepburn, Ingrid Bergman, Gina Lollobrigida, Monica Vitti and Sophia Loren, reflected in the display which includes a considerable quantity of jewellery that expressed charismatic image and inimitable character of each woman. Entrance fee is 500 rubles. To purchase ticket, please, click here.
Europe’s Biggest Ice Rink
For more than 50 years, skating at the VDNKh rink has been a traditional winter fun activity for Muscovites. If you plan to visit the All-Russia Exhibition Complex (VDNKh), don’t forget to take advantage of our exclusive VDNKh mobile tour.
The Exhibition Centre has gone beyond the usual ice-pouring tradition.
Winter Fairytale on Red Square
The “Ice Moscow” Festival
The “Ice Moscow” Festival will open on December 29 (approximately) at Poklonnaya Hill. The main city monuments, museums, the Kremlin, Bolshoi Theatre and other buildings made from ice, are open to all visitors.