Gorky Central Park of Culture and Leisure
Gorky Central Park of Culture and Leisure was created in 1928 on the banks of the Moskva River.
A monumental door, typical of Soviet architecture, marks the entrance to a 247 acres amusement park. A covered ice rink offers the opportunity to skate in all seasons. In winter, it is possible to skate on Moscow’s largest open-air ice rink that covers 40,000 sq-meters. When spring comes cross-country skiing trails turn into cycle paths. The flower clumps and fountains as well as many attractions are an invitation to relaxation.
Gorky Central Park of Culture and Leisure now includes Neskuchny Sad (the “not boring garden”).