Let’s Visit Moscow
From visiting a planetarium to seeing the famous Red Square, there is so much to enjoy in the Russian capital.
THE MOSCOW PLANETARIUM
Ready to visit the stars? With the giant semisphere screen, visitors can see galaxies, constellations and many other celestial objects. Highlights include the interactive exhibit Lunarium and the Sky Park observatory.
THE MOSCOW ZOO
Begun as a small zoological garden in 1864 and now a large scientific educational and conservationminstitution, the zoo is home to more than 7,500 animals, including the sable, mongoose and polar fox.
Try numerous fun activities, from a laser shooting range, air hockey, video automatons, simulators and a 3D capsule in this four-storey building. Want more? Go to the water park section and go for a slide.
An oasis in the middle of the city. Visitors are welcome to ride bicycles, rollerblade or just stroll around enjoying the atmosphere. In winter, there’s an ice rink – with a separate area for children!
THEATRE AND MUSEUM
Founded in 1931, this is the largest puppet theatre in the country. Enjoy colourful Russian folk tales and adapted classical plays, along with a collection of more than 3,000 puppets.
ST BASIL’S CATHEDRAL
The iconic cathedral commands your attention when you visit Moscow’s Red Square – guaranteed! Its colourful onion domes are one of the most famous sights in Russia. Built in 1555–1561, the building is now a museum.