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Krymskiy Val, 2, Moscow 119049, Russia
+7 985 382-27-32
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All reviewssoviet eranice walkcentral housemoscow rivernumerous sculpturesinteresting sculpturesfallen heroeshuge statueacross the bridgesunny daymoskva riveron displaypetervalleningraveyardsnow
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Reviewed 1 week ago

its ok to walk around this area, won't take more than a few minutes and you'll get a glimpse of Soviet-era monuments. It's on the back of the museum.

Thank Nicolas B
Reviewed 22 May 2018

The month of May is a very particular and interesting month to be in Russia, and in particular in Moscow. The 9th of May, as you should known is one of the most important days for all the Russians so the days before it arrives,...More

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Reviewed 18 May 2018

Many key sites are within walking distance. Not many people speak english or read english: tip you need google maps or hotel reception to support you by writing more unusual places or streets in cryllic

Thank Justine M
Reviewed 7 April 2018 via mobile

The Muzeon Art Park is directly across the street from the main entrance to Gorky Park. It houses numerous sculptures from the Soviet era. Definitely worth an hour of your time. Located about five minute walk from either Park Kulturi or Oktyabrskaya metro stations.

Thank Jon J
Reviewed 2 April 2018 via mobile

Great park with so many pieces of Soviet history along with other pieces of art. Very nice setup and definitely worth visiting before going across the main road to Gorky Park.

Thank Michael B
Reviewed 22 March 2018 via mobile

We went there in thick snow, it was a beautiful place, very quiet but can't help thinking much of it was under the snow. One thing we did find was a heated public loo - quite amazing really. Probably better when the snow is gone.

Thank Firestarter29
Reviewed 21 March 2018

Muzeon Park of Arts (formerly the Park of the Fallen Heroes or Fallen Monument Park). It is located across the road (Krimsky Val) from Gorky Park. it is around the side and the rear of the Krymsky Val building in Moscow shared by the modern...More

Thank liverpool1023
Reviewed 11 January 2018

Next to Gorky Park and on your way to the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, Muzeon offers its own attraction. It's on the embankment of the Moscow River, so you can see boats going up and down. Plus, there's quite a few interesting statues that...More

Thank conansmeeth
Reviewed 12 November 2017

I walked through this sculpture park on the way to Gorky Park. It's located near the Tretyakov gallery and can easily be combined with a visit there. I'm not sure if I would come here specifically to see the sculptures though.

Thank KGB777
Reviewed 3 November 2017

Strolled with my honey through the Muzeon Park of Arts (formerly the Park of the Fallen Heroes or Fallen Monument Park). It is a park outside the Krymsky Val building in Moscow shared by the modern art division of Tretyakov Gallery and Central House of...More

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Yakimanka acts as Moscow’s evergreen lungs with prime
beaches on the Moscow river. All the benefits of
visiting and living in Yakimanka are gathered at the
Moscow river embankment – three parks: Gorky, Muzeon
and Neskuchny garden shape this green stripe with
museums showing the hippest contemporary art. The area
is full of activities for your eyes (museums), mouth
(restaurants) and feet (sport and dance-wise). Access
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Nafi d
27 June 2018|
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Response from Firestarter29 | Reviewed this property |
Free !
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Response from conansmeeth | Reviewed this property |
It's free to enter the park. Do you mean you want to buy tickets to the Tretyakov Gallery or to Garage Museum?
18 August 2017|
Response from veronicadeleon484 |
I got some art that want to get rid of