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One of the best creative clusters in Moscow. Designer shops, restaurants, several educational institutions, clubs, Summer fairs, art exhibitions, concerts and so on. Best visited in Summer. Other clusters worth mentioning and visiting are Arma (in the vicinity), Red October (opposite Christ the Savior cathedral)...More
Love this place for the free feel and nice places to sit for lunch / beer / coffee. The rooftop concerts were also something, not sure if they still have as I don't live in Moscow anymore.. Recommend both for the day and for the...More
I was surprised by the wide range of stuff I've found here: educational events, galleries, shops and food corts. A lot of colours, interesting giving of information with the use of modern technologies is a great plus of this place. Moreover, it's good for people...More
This is an interesting place for fine arts lovers. It is located in a very easy accessible place. There are interesting exhibitions and shops. Especially multimedia exhibition center is worth visiting.
Tucked into a corner of this center is a small art store that sells art pieces make by Russian adults with Autism. With simple bold designs and colors, the art is transferred onto various items cups, plates, aprons, pillows, etc, and the proceeds sent to...More
I visited here only once, but it was awesome.
I went to Artplay from station "Kurskaya", it took around 15 min. Building looks like quite old, but inside building was good remodeling.
Ticket price was 450 ruble, I don't think it is too expensive to...More
we went to a dynamic exhibition of impressionists. It was great. I enjoyed it. We saw how well known paintings were reviving and surrounding us with the atmosphere of the time. I felt myself like in a "Midnight in Paris" (Woody Allen movie).
Artplay is a design center that frequently has exhibitions in one of its many buildings. The Cezanne to Monet exhibition was fun and gave a good background of life during the time of the impressionists. Kids loved to play among the 20 foot high slide...More
Basmanny is Moscow’s most artsy neighborhood, containing the highest amount of galleries and cultural spots per square meter in the city. Spend the whole day discovering Russian contemporary art at Winzavod and design at Artplay before moving from the industrial scenery to the Chistye ponds for a calming dinner.