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Free Museum Days Moscow events Free Museum Days in Moscow
3rd Sunday of each month
Moscow museums

3rd Sunday of each month is a day when everyone can visit most Moscow museums for free.



It should be noted, that open museum day is carried out only by the museums that are under control of City Department of Culture. While the museums of the federal level (eg, Tretyakov Gallery, the Historical Museum, the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts) don’t participate in this initiative.
Please note! On these special days the number of visitors is three times greater than on other days of the year. So be prepared for long queues.

Venues: For the full list of the museums involved in the action see the link.
Event cost: Free


Group Military Tours in Moscow
2 February 2019 – 9 March 2019
Military grounds and museums

The tank tours are quite expencive for individuals, that is why we designed the group tours. See the schedule below.



The schedule of other military tours in May – July 2019:

1. May 26 (Moscow) at 11:00 : Ride on te BMP-1 and BTR-80 (23, 000 rub and 17, 000 rub).
2. May 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26
June 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 29, 30
July 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21, 27, 28 (Moscow): Ride on a replica of the German JagdPanther tank destroyer (from 11,500 rub per person).
3. May 18(Moscow): Ride on the T-34 tank and blank shooting (from 16,500 rub per person).
4. May 25 at 14:30
June 8, 23 at 11:30 and 14:30
July 7, 21 at 11:30 and 14:30 (Moscow): Ride on a replica of the newest Russian tank T-14 ARMATA (from 20,500 rub per person). The tour is also includes a visit to the museum of military vehicles, 10 blank shots of AK-47, assembling/disassembling of AK-47, and military lunch.


Fatherland DayDefender of the Fatherland Day
23 February 2019
Throughout Moscow

It is a public Russian holiday and day off which is celebrated on February 23 every year. Book a cruise and see fireworks



The day focuses on the achievements of military forces and veterans.
Most Russians observe this holiday as a day of Russian men including those who never served in the military.

The Defender of the Fatherland Day fireworks will go off at 16 city venues on the evening of 23 February. Each fireworks explosion will be about 300 metres in diametre.

Defender of the Fatherland Day fireworks venues:

1. Poklonnaya Gora, 400 metres from the Central Museum of the Great Patriotic War on Partisans Alley
2. Poklonnaya Gora, on a hill near the park’s entrance
3. 18 Fedosyino Street, near the pond
4. Luzhniki Olympic Complex, opposite the Big Sports Arena
5. The square between VDNKh’s northern gate and Selskokhozyaistvennaya Street
6. 38 Novgorodskaya Street, near Altufyevsky Pond
7. Izmailovo Park, near Serebryano-Vinogradny Pond, in front of Bld. 3
8. Park “Kuzminki”, 3a Zarechye Street, Bldg. 1 at ROSTO (Russian Defence Sports-Technical Organisation) site
9. The universal sports ground, 60 metres to the southeast of the main building of the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN)
10. 11 Akademika Pontryagina Street, Block 3 by Chernevsky Pond
11. 5 Roslovka Street, at the landscape park behind the Akvamarin fitness centre
12. Tushino Airfield, 500 metres to the southwest of Volokolamskoye Motorway
13. 2b Festivalnaya Street, Park Druzhby (Friendship Park), near The Friendship of Continents sculpture
14. 8 Ozyornaya Alley, Park Pobedy, the lower fountain site, near the pond
15. The Troitsk Separate Division of the Lebedev Physics Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences (LPI RAS), Fizicheskaya Street, 300 metres to the northeast of Prioperty
16. The Moskva River embankment opposite 25 Borisovskiye Prudy Street, Block 2.

Remember, that February 23 is an official day-off. On this day most of public offices are closed and some public transport routes may be changed due to street events.

During Defender of the Fatherland Day celebrations, on 23-25 February, on-street parking within the metered parking area will be free.

Venue: Different locations around Moscow
Event cost: Free

If your trip to Russia coincides with Defender of the Fatherland Day, don’t miss the opportunity to celebrate it on the the yacht, enjoying the delicious food, live music and fireworks.

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Moscow events maslenitsaMaslenitsa
4 – 10 March 2019
Throughout Moscow

Traditional Maslenitsa fairs will take place at various central Moscow sites. The programme features folk celebrations, sporting events, street shows, etc.



Maslenitsa is a traditional Russian festival, a mix of pagan beliefs and Christian traditions, which marks the end of winter. It is also known as Pancake Week.
Maslenitsa is celebrated during the week preceding the Great Fast, usually in mid- or late February. A straw doll, sledding, festivities and, of course, pancakes are the main features of Maslenitsa. Pancakes used to have ritual significance and were the symbol of the sun. Following the adoption of Christianity, new religious holidays were introduced, but the festive Maslenitsa continued to exist and is still alive up to now. During the pancake week, the city restaurants and cafes offer pancakes, served with tea, traditional hot sbiten (a Russian drink of water, honey and spices), or medovukha (mead). Moscow parks prepare special programmes and invite visitors to participate in processions with rattles, in the burning of a bear’s den, as well as in various workshops and folk games.

Venue: Red Square, Revolution Square, Manezhnaya Square, Novy Arbat Street, Tverskoi Boulevard, Kremlin in Izmailovo, Tsaritsyno museum, Victory Park on Poklonnaya Gora, VDNKh, etc.
Event cost: Free



Moscow events women dayInternational Women’s Day
8 March 2019
Throughout Moscow

International Women’s Day is an internationally recognized celebration of women and their social achievements. Book a cruise and see fireworks



The Women’s day is an official public holiday which is celebrated on March 8 every year. Started as a Socialist political event the day eventually lost its political flavor, and became simply an occasion for men to express their love for women. There is a tradition among Russian men to undertake all household duties on this day so that women can enjoy a full day of rest.

A special entertainment show is being held in different locations of the city.

Remember, that March 8 is an official day-off. On this day most of public offices are closed and some public transport routes may be changed due to street events.

Venue: Different locations around Moscow
Event cost: Free

If your trip to Russia coincides with the Women’s day, don’t miss the opportunity to celebrate it on the the yacht, enjoying the delicious food, live music and fireworks.

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space day moscow events

Cosmonautics Day
12 April 2019
Throughout Moscow

On April 12, 1961, the 27-year-old Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin circled the Earth for 1 hour and 48 minutes aboard the Vostok 1 spacecraft.



In the Russia Cosmonautics Day was instituted as a memorable date.
Celebrations on Cosmonautics Day start off with a commemoration ceremony in the city of Korolyov, which is considered the cradle of space exploration.
The ceremony proceeds to Red Square for a visit to Yuri Gagarin’s grave which is located in the Kremlin Wall Necropolis.
The procession continues to Cosmonauts Alley, which displays busts of people that played a key role in the the Soviet space program including Yuri Gagarin, Sergei Korolyov and Valentina Tereshkova.
The festival’s main events are held at the VDNKh (the National Exhibition of Economic Achievement).

Venues: Red Square, VDNKh, Cosmonauts Alley, Korolyov town, etc.
Event cost: free


golden mask MoscowGolden Mask
14 April 2019

Golden Mask is a Theatre Festival that demonstrates the most significant premiers of the previous season.


Golden Mask is also the National Theatre Award established in 1993 by the Theatre Union of Russian Federation. The Golden Mask Award is the most prestigious award in different genres of theatre art: opera, ballet, drama, modern dance, operetta, musical, and puppet theatre.

Venue: Various venues across Moscow
Event cost: Ticket prices vary

cavalry guard change moscow eventsKremlin’s cavalry guard change
April – October 2019
Cathedral Square of the Kremlin

The Formal Infantry and Horse Guard Mounting Parade of the Presidential Regiment takes place around 20 times from April to October.



A centuries-old tradition of the ceremonial changing of the guard revives in Kremlin each Saturday through the Russian warm season. The ceremony involving infantry and cavalry was first started by Peter the Great. Nowadays, Presidential Regiment troops of the Special Guard, the Cavalry Escort of Honor and the Presidential Orchestra take part in the changing of the guard. The ceremony is a mix of intricate maneuvers by the infantrymen and cavalrymen, special arms’ drills and musical performances.

Venue: Cathedral Square of the Kremlin


Historical and Cultural Heritage Day of Moscow events Historical and Cultural Heritage Day of Moscow
18 April – 31 May 2019
Moscow museums

Moscow museums offer free admission to mark the Historical and Cultural Heritage Day of the city.


In 2019, in April and May, the doors of historical and cultural monuments open for excursions and special events.
Moscow museums, theaters, libraries, parks and more than a dozen foreign embassies will take part in the “free admission” action. The event is dedicated to International Day for Monuments and Sites on April 18.
Museums taking part in the day will work 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and most of the events require registration.
Remember, that free entry does not work with the Tretyakov Gallery, the Historical Museum or the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, as they are museums of the federal level.

Venue: The Cathedral Square of the Kremlin, The Darwin Museum, the Gulag Museum, the Archaeological Museum, the Museum of Cosmonautics, etc.
Event cost: Free
Website: (Rus)


Rehearsals of Victory Day military parade moscow eventsRehearsals of Victory Day military parade
29 April, 4 May
Throughout Moscow

Moscow visitors will be able to see military hardware rolling across Moscow’s streets during the rehearsals of Victory Day parade.

Unfortunately, the parade is an invitation-only event. Tickets cannot be bought; they are distributed among veterans and their carers, civil servants, senior military officers, and members of the media. However, for those who still want to witness the Russian military hardware on the move, three rehearsals of Victory Day parade are scheduled to take place in April and May. In 2018, the general rehearsal of the parade was scheduled for May 6. Military machines and marching servicemen will move along Tverskaya Street and further to Red Square, where the rehearsal takes place being part of large-scale preparations for the Victory Day parade.

The best point to observe the military vehicles is the part of Tverskaya Street enclosed between two squares – Pushkinskaya y Okhotniy Ryad. Usually, at around 19:00-19.30 all the vehicles line up along Trerskaya.

Aviation is well visible from many points: at 10.45 – 11.00, airplanes and helicopters fly over Leningradsky Avenue, 1st Tverskaya street, Tverskaya Street, Red Square, and Raushskaya embankment. Generally, airplanes fly over the even-numbered side of the streets, so the best observation point is on the odd-numbered side. A great place to see and take photo of the aircraft on the background of St. Basil’s Cathedral is Raushskaya embankment, because during rehearsals of Victory Day parade normally it isn’t closed.

The infantry never comes to Red Square in full force. Usually squads come to the square from different directions: Kotelnicheskaya Embankment, Ilyinka Street, and Varvarka Street. However, these streets and the adjoin ones will be closed. Perhaps something might be seen from the Grand Ustinsky Bridge.
Remember, on these days some public transport routes may be changed.

1. Nizhniye Mnevniki Street – Narodnogo Opolcheniya Street – Mnevniki Street – Zvenigorodskoe Highway – Krasnaya Presnya Street – Barrikadnaya Street – Sadovaya-Kudrinskaya Street – Bolshaya Sadovaya Street – Triumph Square – Tverskaya Street – Kremlevskaya Embankment – Borovitskaya Square – Mokhovaya Street – Vozdvizhenka Street – Novy Arbat Street – Novinsky Boulevard – Sadovaya-Kudrinskaya Street – Tverskaya Street;
2. Red Square – Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge – Bolotnaya Street – Bolotnaya Square – Bolshoy Kamenny Most.

Event cost: Free

Moscow events PaskhaPaskha (Easter)
28 April 2019
Throughout Moscow

The Orthodox festival and holiday celebrating the Resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.



Paskha is how Russians call Easter, the main holiday of the Russian Orthodox Church. Believers end 40 days of fasting with midnight church services. During Paskha is customary to eat “Kulich” and “Paskha”, special yeast fruit cakes.

Easter Gift festival concerts and performances will take place at 24 venues in the centre of the city as well as in 19 parks. There will also be special classes and workshops teaching people how to prepare good food for Lent and traditional Easter specialities.

Venue: Different locations around Moscow
Event cost: Free


Moskva River summer navigation season Moskva River summer navigation season
28 April –14 November 2019
The Moskva River

The summer navigation season begins in late April and involved over 150 boats. There are ten major river routes, including those beyond the city.


River navigation season in Moscow continues until the end of October.
Visitors can take a river bus at the berth near the Kievsky Railway Station, Novospassky Bridge in Gorky Park, at the Sparrow Hills, etc. On the way you will see such iconic Moscow sights as the Kremlin, the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, the monument to Peter the Great, Krymsky Bridge, Gorky Park’s embankment, the Academy of Sciences, Moscow State University and Novodevichy Convent.
The end of the summer navigation season in Moscow is slated for late October, but the exact date depends on weather conditions.

Venue: Moskva River

Photo by trolleway


Moscow events labour day Spring and Labour Day
1 May 2019
Throughout Moscow

In the former Soviet Union, 1 May was International Workers’ Day and was celebrated with huge parades in Russian cities.



But after the collapse of communism the annual parade gave way to less political festivities.

Remember, that May 1 is an official day-off. On this day most of public offices are closed and some public transport routes may be changed due to street events.

Venue: Red Square
Event cost: Free


 The Moscow Spring A Capella Festival The Moscow Spring A Capella Festival
1 – 12 May 2019
Throughout Moscow

The Moscow Spring A Cappella Festival is an open international contest for a cappella singers held as part of Moscow Seasons cycle of outdoor events.



The Moscow Spring A Capella Festival is one of the world’s largest a cappella singing contests. Talented artists from all over Russia and abroad come to take part in the competition and sing on stages set up in the city’s streets and squares, as well as on the balconies and rooftops! A wide variety of styles and genres – from opera, folk, and traditional church music to jazz, rock, and beatboxing – are performed at the competition. And more than that, captivating master classes, theater performances, and exhibitions are waiting for festival-goers. During the 2018 A Capella Festival, more than 8,000 songs were performed by 184 participants representing 16 countries, including individuals, bands, and large choirs!

Venue: Moscow
Event cost: Free


Moscow events victory day

Victory Day
9 May 2019
Throughout Moscow

Victory day or 9 May marks the day when the German military surrendered to the USSR in Berlin in 1945. Book a cruise and see fireworks



This day became the end of the Second World War (also known as the Great Patriotic War) for the USSR. Military parades are held annually throughout the country to celebrate this day. The biggest parade is in Moscow’s Red Square. Special parties, performances and concerts are organized for veterans as well. As a sign of respect and remembrance people give red carnations to veterans in the street and wear black-and-yellow St. George ribbon on their clothes.

Victory Day military parades will be held in 26 Russian cities. The Moscow’s one will start at 10:00.

On the Red Square on May 9 there will be 33 ceremonial calculations, which is 12,500 people (last year – 10,001 servicemen). More than 120 units of combat equipment are expected (last year – 114) and 73 – aviation (last year – 72). Among the equipment, T-90A and T-14 “Armata” tanks, BMP-3 and “Kurganets” infantry fighting vehicles, BTR-82A and “Boomerang” armored personnel carriers, strategic missile systems “Yars” and other vehicles.

And in the sky over the Kremlin will fly strategic missile carriers Tu-160, Tu-95 MS, long-range Tu-22 M3 bombers, Il-78 tankers, An-124 and Il-76 MD military transporters, Su-35S, Su- 30 SM, MiG-29, MiG-31, Su-34 and Su-24M front-line bombers, Su-25 attack aircraft, Mi-26, Mi-8, Mi-28N, Ka-52, Mi-24P helicopters.

Remember, that May 9 is an official day-off. On this day most of public offices are closed and some public transport routes may be changed due to street events.

A number of novelties have been revealed during the parade rehearsal, as for the first time it included the tank fire support armored fighting vehicles “Terminator,” which have a high level of security and firepower, anti-aircraft missile system “Tor M2”, cars “Typhoon-K”, “Ural 432009” and “Patrol”. However, these vehicles will not be seen during the rehearsal, as they will go in cases. Among the other military vehicles are T-90A and T-14 “Armata” tanks, BMP-3 and “Kurganets” infantry fighting vehicles, BTR-82A and “Boomerang” armored personnel carriers, strategic missile systems “Yars” and other vehicles.

This year, 12,500 servicemen took part in the Victory Day Parade (last year – 10,001 servicemen). More than 120 military vehicles are expected (last year there were 114 units) and 73 aviation units (last year 72 units were involved).

Venue: Red Square
Time: 10:00
Event cost: Free

If your trip to Russia coincides with Victory Day, don’t miss the opportunity to celebrate it on the the yacht, enjoying the delicious food, live music and fireworks.

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moscow events museums at nightMuseums at Night
18-19 May 2019
Moscow museums

More than 250 cultural institutions will be accessible free of charge all day long on May 18 till late at night.



Museums at Night is an annual festival designed to encourage people into museums, galleries and heritage sites by showing off the best they have to offer.
The following museums will take part in the festival:
– State Historical Museum
– Basil’s Cathedral
– The Cold War Museum “Bunker 42”
– The Leo Tolstoy State Museum
Tsaritsyno Estate
Izmailovsky Kremlin
– The State Tretyakov Gallery
– The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts
– The Mikhail Bulgakov Museum
Kolomenskoye Estate

Venue: Different museums of Moscow
Event cost: Free


Day of Slavic Writing and Culture
24 May 2019
Throughout Moscow

To celebrate the Day of Slavic Writing and Culture a gala concert will be held in Red Square



The holiday is coincided with the memory day of Saints equal to the apostles Cyril and Methodius – creators of the Slavic writing.
This holiday is celebrated under different names on 24 May in Bulgaria, Belorussia, Macedonia, Ukraine and in unrecognized Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic, and in Czech and Slovakia – on 5 July. In Russia holiday concerts and events are being held all over the country: from Vladivostok to Kaliningrad. So the Orthodox Church and Authorities honour the memory and glorify Saints brothers equal to the apostles Cyril and Methodius.
Holiday programs in all Russian cities will start at 13:00 Moscow time. The main celebration will be held in Red Square in Moscow.

On the eve of the holiday, several hundred themed posters and digital billboards will appear on Moscow streets. The 17×26 m media façade of the Central Telegraph building and the fronts of the book-like blocks of flats in Novy Arbat will be transformed into video cards.

Venue: Throughout Moscow
Event cost: Free


Moscow Bike Parade
26 May 2019
Garden Ring street

The Moscow Bike Parade aims to develop cycling infrastructure and encourage road safety.



On last Sunday of May, Moscow will mark National Bicycle Parade Day. On the same day, bicycle parades will be held in other cities across the country.

All types of bikes from mountain and road bikes to cruisers and tandems are welcome to join this fun family event. Participants are allowed to ride even the most unusual models if they want. Also, the city will let you borrow a bike if you want.
The route will start and finish in Akademika Sakharova Avenue and runs along the Garden Ring. Gathering of participants is scheduled for 11.00 on Kalanchyovskaya street.
Since the parade is neither a sports race nor a speed competition, all the participants can move at their own comfortable speed.

Please note! Participants must be at least 14 years old to be allowed to take part in the parade.

Start time: 12:00
Venue: Garden Ring street
Event cost: Free
Website: (Rus)


Red Square Book Festival
1 – 6 June 2019
Red Square

The annual book festival takes place in Red Square and is timed to coincide with the birthday of Alexander Pushkin, and Russian Language Day.



Throughout Red square, there will be book stands, tents for meetings with authors and round tables, spaces for children and master classes, and lounge areas.
A stage will be built near St. Basil’s Cathedral to host performances by famous artists, musicians, film and theater stars.

Venue: Red Square
Event cost: Free
Website: (Rus)


moscow events Times and Epochs Festival“Times & Epochs” Festival
7-16 June 2019
Throughout Moscow

Each year in the very centre of Moscow we recreate the history of mankind from Antiquity to the Soviet Thaw.


“Times and Epochs” is a history festival visited by millions of people.
During “Times and Epochs” one can make a flint arrowhead, sign up for an old Russian armed force “druzhina”, help a stonemason to build a medieval castle, make an etching print, take to pieces and then put together a musket, dance a polonaise and even play in a silent movie. The festival is a stone’s throw away from metro stations and has its own application-navigator.

Every year we present to the guests of the festival new epochs: in 2019 these are going to be Mesoamerica, Muscovy of the 15th century and the Ottoman Empire.

We also plan to hold the historical projects contest for the third time. The winners receive 1 000 000 rubles to implement their projects, which are to be reliable, original and promising.
Everyone can offer their idea for the festival: we carefully examine all of them and try to realize the best ones. Last year 12 of 100 ideas we got were turned into sites or programmes of the festival. Share your idea with us!


Admission: Free


Moscow events russia dayRussia Day
12 June 2019
Throughout Moscow

Russia Day is the national holiday of the Russian Federation, which has been celebrated every year on June 12 since 1992.



On this day, in 1990, Russian parliament declared Russian sovereignty from the USSR.

Concerts and fireworks take place in many cities throughout the country. There is a big celebration and parade at Moscow’s Red Square.

Remember, that June 12 is an official day-off. On this day most of public offices are closed and some public transport routes may be changed due to street events.

Venue: Red Square
Event cost: Free


moscow events Tank biathlonTank biathlon
3 – 17 August 2019
Alabino training field

International Tank Biathlon is a variety of tank and armored vehicle events ranging from armored vehicle driving to gunnery.



A Tank biathlon is a military sport with some similarities to the winter sport of biathlon. Tank crews will show the skills of rough terrain passing and the ability to provide accurate and rapid fire while performing maneuvers.

The crews participate in pursuit, individual races, and sprints among other events. There are also competitions for tank crewmembers. Tank-men compete in long-distance running races and obstacle courses.

First held in 2013, the event takes place at Alabino training field just outside Moscow. Last year 12 countries participated the competition, including Russia, China, Serbia, India, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Angola, Iran, etc.

Usually, all the teams use Russian T-72 tanks, except for the Chinese crews, who use their own T-96 tanks. However, this year, India will probable use This year, however, India may bring its T-90 Bhishma tanks.

Venue: Alabino training field
Event cost: To be confirmed


Moscow events spasskaya tower

Spasskaya Tower
26 August – 1 September 2019
Red Square

The Spasskaya Tower International Military Music Festival will take place on Moscow’s Red Square in early autumn.



The traditional participants of the Festival are the units of the State Honour Guards and the leading Russian and foreign military music bands from 14 countries. In accordance with the tradition the opening of the Festival will be held within the framework of the Days of the City of Moscow. The Festival demonstrates the great historic value of the music. The program includes marches linked to the most important episodes in the history of Russia and other countries. Guests can expect a great show that will include marching bands and classical music, lasers and fireworks.

Venue: Red Square
Event cost: Ticket prices vary from 1000 to 8000 rub


MAKS Moscow moscow eventsMAKS Air Show
27 August - 1 September 2019

Zhukovsky town

The International Air show MAKS occupies a leading position in the ratings of major world aviation forums.


Air show includes strategic displays of aerospace production, demonstration flights, various forums and seminars. Different types of aircrafts will be displayed in the sky and at the static stand.
The show is traditionally held on odd years, so do not try to find any information on MAKS 2019, MAKS 2020, etc.

Venue: Ramenskoye airfield
Address: Zhukovsky town, Moscow Region
Event cost: Ticket prices vary


Moscow events city day

Moscow City Day
7 September 2019
Red Square

Moscow traditionally celebrates its founding in the early September. In 2019, the city celebrates its 870th birthday.


There will be about 1,000 different events and activities including parades, fairs, street entertainments, sports contests and live music concerts. Lots of events are also held in Moscow parks such as Kolomenskoye, Tsaritsyno, etc.

The holiday itself will kick off at noon with an opening ceremony on Red Square. The musical start is scheduled for 1 pm, when Moscow’s anthem will sound at all the venues.

Tverskaya street will be the central venue of City Day, with no traffic on two days. The street will be divided into six zones: “Moscow conquers,” “Moscow builds,” “Moscow invents,” “Moscow discovers,” and “Moscow breaks records.” They will be dedicated to the capital’s achievements in space exploration, inventions and scientific breakthroughs, culture, arts and sports victories. Models of spaceships, submersibles, Stalinist high rises and legendary sculptures will be installed on Tverskaya Street. The holiday on the Street will start at 10 am on 9 September.

To mark the city’s anniversary, art objects in the city centre will not just serve as the background for photos. Some of them can be used for children to play or for practising sports.

For example, as of 25 August it will be possible to catch a wave and play sports on Manezh Square and Revolution Square. At present, sites for wakeboarding and flowriding are being built there. All those interested will be able to practise for free in pools with a total volume of 1,000 tonnes. Experienced coaches will help first-timers stand up on a board. There will also be a volleyball and basketball court, 20 by 10 metres each.
Venue: Throughout Moscow
Event cost: Free


13 thoughts on “Moscow Events

    1. admin


      Yes, the Red Square is open on the New Year 2019 eve. The celebration starts at 22.00 and lasts till 02:00.

  1. Zohre

    Hey .I will have a tour to russia in dec 2018. I need some info about places with excitibg activity in that time .I wouls be appreciated if you help me.

    1. admin

      There are a lot of activities in Moscow. What kind of activities do you like? What about snowmobile ride? dog sledging is also available.

  2. uzi shaysh

    i am a travel agent and i look for all details of Moscow Red Square Festival in summer 2019 for orchestras.
    i have 2 orchestra candidate

    1. admin

      Did you mean 2018? Because there is still no information about the festival.And what is the name of the festival? Spasskaya Tower?

  3. Annick Eiselé

    Will the Red Square be closed on 5-6-7 May for rehersals? If so, is closed all days and evenings?

    1. admin


      Normally, the dress rehearsal takes place 2 days before the Victory Day. The Square is closed this day. Most likely it will be open on other days. However, now it is difficul to predict.

  4. Blanche Verster

    We are in Moscow for 3daysbut the Red square is closed. 26 – 28 Dec 2017. What is the reason? When will it open?

  5. Amy

    Will Gorky Park be open for ice skating on December the 25th? What are the normal hours of operation?

    Thank you!


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