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I visited this park (and three adjoining others straight on from it) during my last stay in Russia. It was a scorchingly hot day, and it was so lovely. You can amble around and the park is quiet and well kept. There are some absolute...More
Absolutely loved this park - really spacious and nicely kept, with loads of interesting sculptures, lovely views overlooking the river and several nice coffee shops dotted around. A great place to spend a very pleasant few hours.
A now free entrance park space with a lot of sculptures of different times dating very back into the Soviet past to something relatively modern. Lots of benches to sit down and watch the pigeons or squirrels, cafes, long chairs, playgrounds for kids, art spaces...More
Strongly recommend a walk along this park, where you can find a sculpture garden (old sculptures from Soviet era), good views of Peter the Great Statue, of The Cathedral of Christ the Saviour and of Moskva River, also inside this park is located the New...More
the park is right across Gorki park, next to the river. There are lots of statues where you can welk by or between. You can go close and walk on the grass which is nice. You can really discover the art. I want to go...More
First this is the right location - I had to search and find nearby Muzeon Art Park on the river, another Trip Advisor listing was about a half mile away. I missed seeing the fallen monuments after the Berlin Wall fell and they were torn...More
A lot of great sculptures are found in this nice garden. The sculpture works are really interesting for its diversity, even for me that I am not educated in this matter. It is a good thing that the museum is open for free, so that...More