A large area of the arts, located on the Crimean embankment. The art area includes open-air exhibitions, landscaped gardens, fountains, contemporary art objects and numerous walking paths. The Crimean Embankment itself is a picturesque pedestrian zone on the banks of the Moskva River, a cozy and romantic place that quickly gained popularity among tourists and Muscovites themselves.
Krymsky Val, 2, Moskva
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Together with Gorki and Vrabiory park, undoubtedly one of the most beautiful river promenades in the world.
Back to Museo, it is a superb parc giving to the Moscow river with direct access to Gas3 contemporan art center by Renzo Piano.
Museo is hosti.. Read more »ng the New Tetryakovska Gallery.
Sober, austere, perfectly adapted to modern and contemporan art. Interior including the interior garden are in good shape, exterior starts to be a bit old....
Currently there is a sublime exhibition of Mikhail Vrubel
A must seen!
Really nice place to visit if you want to see all the old soviet sculptures. This park leads to the Riverside which is also very picturesque and lovely to walk along
Love this place. It's definitely worth to walk here. They often arrange cultural events, music show, etc. There are little options for food
Amazing place for walking, meeting friends, romantic get-togethers and just reading a book on a bench.
Very interesting park with collection of decommissioned Soviet statues. The bank of Moscow River is very well taken care of and the park is landscaped and houses few cafe's.
The place where they stored the old socialist sculptures. You find them all there: Dzerzhinsky, Stalin, Breshnew... Worth going. Kids love the bug playground. One of our favourites in Moscow.
Excellent sculpture park. Good place for a walk in good weather. Next to famous art museum. Very expensive parking, so better to leave a car on Frunzenskaya embankment nearby and walk from there ~10-15 minutes cross bridge over Moskva river.
Definitely worths a visit. Chagall's and Kandinsky's works are impressive.
Very good service (english speaker) and delicious turkish coffee .
A cool place to get more pop culture and expand your knowledge of art.
Huge green park. Famous Tretyakov gallery, modern art.
With the fall of the USSR, the thousands of Soviet statues were destroyed or dispersed. Some ended up here in the Fallen Monument Park. Also known as Art Muzeon or Park of the Fallen Heroes, the park has mutilated busts of Stalin, as well as those of.. Read more » Lenin and a statue of Dzerzhinsky, the founder of what became the KGB. There’s a massive Soviet emblem, and clusters of modern art contrasting with the very non-conceptual Communist monuments. There is a small charge to enter the park. Due to development in the area, its future is currently uncertain.
Very nice park, Cool outdoor sculpture garden. A really great, picturesque spot to chill...Very nice for walking along the rivers. Great place to visit. Majestic views, great food spots, amazing modern art gallery. Everything is so impressive.
Really enjoyed this tour but you need much more time to visit this Museum.
Muzeon park of arts is like a walk through an art gallery in an open field. With works of Soviet era to contemporary artists placed at different spots in the park, people can enjoy art while taking a stroll through the park. The New tretyakov gallery.. Read more » is located inside the park. One can see Peter the Great statue on Moscow River up close from this park, while opposite of Moscow River visible, is the cathedral of Christ the saviour.
Across the entrance of the Muzeon park is situated the central cultural park of Moscow.
Overall the park is worth a visit. The view of Moscow river during sunset is magnificent and a walk beside the river is Serene.
Very nice place by the river Moskva, with a lot of sculptures, including statues of Lenin, but also some more artistic ones. From the shore you can see nice panorama of the city and huge monument to Peter the Great. Must visit when sightseeing Moscow.. Read more ».
Collection of year old sculptures are standing tall with their own uniqueness. The ugliest monument of Russia has a different charm. Nice place to hang out
I would call this place an insider tip besides all the more obvious sights within Moscow. The free of charge park offers a lot of dismantled monuments from different time periods. Not only it is interesting to stroll around and have a look on the lik.. Read more »es of Lenin and others, beyond that it gives some insights in the Russian history. One can easily get lost within all the monuments and spend a few hours there. In my opinion, totally recommendable.
Frankly the sculpture garden reminded me of a French necropolis than. Little explanation and part being presented in a crammed 50m square didn't help. Even so, the value showed through. Give them a hand for eccentricity.