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Teatralny Dr., 5, Moscow 109012 Russia
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Tank Excursion and Bazooka Shooting in Moscow
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Tank Excursion and Bazooka Shooting in Moscow

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No, we are not kidding! We will bring you to ride a tank on an off-road training path, shoot Russian military weapons and fire off a bazooka. What’s more? We include an army field Russian lunch, with vodka, and a visit to the park patriot! Come get some good old Russian fun in a crazy 8-hour excursion full of surprises.
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Anastasia S wrote a review Jan 2019
Orlando, Florida29 contributions48 helpful votes
My mom, my daughter, and I visited this center twice during our short trip to Moscow. Right away we were wowed by the grand space, decorations, and cleanliness of the store. We spent an entire day in Kidburg, and my daughter had a blast!!! She didn’t know how the time flew by, neither did I (nor my mom). We got to check out quite a few jobs, and we collected money even though we baked cookies and took crafts class. Highly recommend!!!
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Response from Karina_Kasyanova, Региональный менеджер по качеству at Kidburg
Responded 16 Jan 2019
Thank you for your kind words. Looking forward to see you again!
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SteveAussie wrote a review Aug 2015
Surfers Paradise, Australia143 contributions100 helpful votes
This facility is worth going to Moscow just to do with your young kids. The basic theme is that you pay to enter, you get given some money and then you go to work. We went a couple of times while we were in Moscow, the first time we spent 6 hours there during which time our 7 year old son worked as a banker, dentist, supermarket cashier and stock filler, policeman, postman, fireman, baker, cleaner, and miner. The whole place is set up like stores, businesses and you enter about every 20 mins or so into a new job whereby the kids are shown a video or spoken to about being a policeman by way of example. Then you put on uniforms and off you go out into the streets and do your job, catching criminals and solving crime or putting out fires, etc. The whole concept certainly works in Russia and ages of the kids range from about 4 years through to 12 year old. It is basically teaching kids about work, about life and it is very well done. It doesn't matter in my mind whether your kids understand English or not. They allow for this by providing some parents access to rooms to assist if need be. Kidburg is in an old historic building which is absolutely gorgeous and which houses the largest toy store in Europe - Hamleys Toys (of London fame). One tip ... Go later in the day around 3 or 4pm onwards when the place has more kids. The place doesn't operate without citizens (the kids).
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Date of experience: July 2015
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Tikhon-Chicago wrote a review May 2015
Grez-Doiceau, Belgium175 contributions109 helpful votes
Went there in early hours on Thursday during easter vacations with two 5&10 year olds. No crowd, most of the attractions up and running. Easily a great escape for 3-4 hours when the day is rainy. The elder one went for journalism, radio and detective jobs. The little one enjoyed the farm, fireman, policemen and super market experinces. The money earned were spent on cinema and fake food. As they had to undergo the medical checks, buy insurance and visit the bank for initial cash collection I believe the experience had been close to real life and rewarding. As far as the german name is concerned, as long as its as clean as the german hospital (which it was) I do not care.... Come and see, however avoid the week ends!
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