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Flowers and Gardens in Moscow
« on: May 29, 2009, 08:59:26 AM »
Spring starts in May in Moscow and there are many flowers and gardens to see until the Fall season.

Kuzminki Park, 6 Topolevaya Alleya, m. Kuzminki

Alexander Garden, Manezhnaya Ul., m. Alexandrovsky Sad

Kremlin Gardens, The Kremlin, 202 3776, m. Alexandrovsky Sad

Apothecary Garden, 26 Prospekt Mira, 680 6765, m. Prospekt Mira

Botanical Garden, 4, Botanicheskaya Ul., 977 9145, m. Vladykino

Ostankino Park, 1st Ostankinskaya Ul., 181 5511, m. VDNKh then tram 11

VDNKh, Prospekt Mira, 544 3400, m. VDNkh

Sparrow Hills, Ul. Kosygina, m. Vorbyovy Gory

Serebryany Bor, Tamanskaya Ul., m. Polezhayevskaya then trolleybus 21

Izmailovsky Park, Izmailovsky Prospekt, m. Izmailovskaya

Kolomenskoye, 39 Prospekt Andropova, 115 2768, m. Kolomenskaya

Peredelkino, Pogodina Ul., m. Kievskaya then overground train (elektrichka) from Kievsky Station

Artists' village, Surikova Ul., m. Sokol


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Re: Flowers and Gardens in Moscow
« Reply #1 on: July 31, 2009, 08:01:03 PM »
Useful information for me bz I'm visiting Moscow at the end of this year. Also, I'm crazy about gardens and flowers! ;D


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Flowers and Gardens in Moscow - Botanicheskii Sad (Botanical Gardens)
« Reply #2 on: April 22, 2010, 01:23:44 PM »
These are also some of the great resources of flowers and gardens in Moscow, Russia:

[b]Botanicheskii Sad (Botanical Gardens)[/b] - Botanicheskaia Ulitsa 4, Moscow, RU-127276, Russia, RU
Tel: +7 0495 977 9145
The Moscow Botanical Gardens can be discovered on the northern side of the city and when compared to the historic origins of many nearby parklands, are relatively young, being laid out in the middle of the 20th century. However, the plants here have definitely flourished and many mature trees provide shady areas, amongst the beautiful summer flower displays and themed gardens, which include a particularly tranquil Japanese area, complete with many authentic oriental features.
Moscow gardens open: daily, May to September - 10:00 to 20:00; October to April - 10:00 to 16:00
Moscow gardens admission: free

[b]Garden of the Russian Army[/b] - Suvorovskaia Ploshchad 2, Moscow, RU-127157, Russia, RU
Tel: +7 0495 281 5563
Children will always enjoy a visit to the Garden of the Russian Army, since this attractive park boasts a popular pond, filled with hungry ducks. A scattering of benches provide plenty of pleasant vantage points, where you can sit back and enjoy the views. Also onsite are a number of eateries, a long and scenic pathway, and a particularly beautiful theatre.
Moscow gardens open: daily - 08:00 to 23:00
Moscow gardens admission: free

[b]Gorky Park[/b] - Krymskii Val 9, Moscow, RU-117049, Russia, RU
Tel: +7 0495 237 1100
Gorky Park is one of Moscow's most popular parks and lies on the south-westerly side of the city centre, next to the winding Moskva River. Seasonal planting and themed gardens provide plenty of colour during the summer months, while the onsite auditorium offers an array of entertainment both by day and during the balmy evenings, often attracting large crowds.
Moscow gardens open: daily - 11:00 to 20:00
Moscow gardens admission: free

[b]Ermitazhnyi Sad (Hermitage Gardens)[/b] - Karetnyi Riad 3, Moscow, RU-127006, Russia, RU
Tel: +7 0495 699 0432
Most tourists tend to visit Moscow's Hermitage Gardens, known locally as the Ermitazhnyi Sad, for their numerous theatrical attractions. The park in home to the city's New Opera House and also the Hermitage Theatre, where regular musical performances, theatrical events and concerts take place each year.
Moscow gardens open: daily - 10:00 to 23:00
Moscow gardens admission: free

[b]Izmailovskii Park (Izmailovo Park)[/b] - Narodnyi Prospekt 17, Moscow, RU-111187, Russia, RU
Tel: +7 0495 166 7909
This beautiful park is more than 750 acres / 300 hectares in size and is amongst the most historic of all Moscow's parklands. There is plenty to see and do here, with highlights including a boating lake, live entertainment and the ever-popular Izmailovo Market, which regularly takes place here and is filled with an interesting selection of goods.
Moscow gardens open: daily - 24 hours
Moscow gardens admission: free

[b] Sokolniki Park[/b] - Sokolnicheskii Val 1, Moscow, RU-107113, Russia, RU
Tel: +7 0495 268 6001
The northerly Sokolniki Park is regularly frequented by resident Russians living in this part of Moscow and is known for its large exhibition pavilions. The park of today was actually laid out just over 80 years ago, and has been used over the years by the local royalty for a number of recreational activities, including falconry, shooting and strolling.
Moscow gardens open: daily - 24 hours
Moscow gardens admission: free

[b]Aptekarskii Ogorod Botanicheskii Sad (Medicinal Botanical Gardens) [/b]- Prospekt Mira 26, Moscow, RU-129090, Russia, RU
Tel: +7 0495 280 6765
Home to one of the city's most extensive collections of unusual plants, the Moscow Medicinal Botanical Gardens contains literally thousands of different plant species and encompasses an area of approximately 15 acres / 6 hectares. The gardens are known to date back as far as the early part of the 18th century and contain glasshouses, a large arboretum area and the city's oldest surviving tree.
Moscow gardens open: daily - 10:00 to 22:00
Moscow gardens admission: free

[b]Timiriazevskii Park[/b] - Ulitsa Timiriazevskaia 48, Moscow, RU-127550, Russia, RU
Tel: +7 0495 976 1503
This pleasant recreation space is particularly historic and dates back to the latter part of the 17th century. Tsaritsyno Park is situated on the northerly side of Moscow and features many eye-catching statues and sculptures, along with tree-lined walkways, a series of neatly clipped lawns and many rather tropical-looking plants.
Moscow gardens open: daily - 24 hours
Moscow gardens admission: free

[b]Tsaritsyno Park[/b] - Ulitsa Dolskaia 1, Moscow, RU-115569, Russia, RU
Tel: +7 0495 321 0743
This vast public space lies to the south of central Moscow and covers a staggering area of more than 1,300 acres / 525 hectares. The landscaped area boasts many impressive water features and attractions, including pavilions, a notable restaurant, statues, the magnificent Lesser Palace and also the popular Opera House, which hosts a notable exhibition of ceramics.
Moscow gardens open: Wednesday to Sunday - 11:00 to 18:00
Moscow gardens admission: free

[b]Park Pobedy (Victory Park)[/b] - Ploshchad' Pobedy, Moscow, RU-121293, Russia, RU
Park Pobedy can be found on the western side of Moscow and offers an array of typical parkland attractions, including open spaces, landscaped areas, fountains and plenty of seating. Also here is a small church and the poignant Central Museum of the Great Patriotic War (Tsentral'noi Muzei Velikoi Otechestvennoi Voiny), which remembers the devastation caused by the Second World War, and the

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Re: Flowers and Gardens in Moscow
« Reply #3 on: July 29, 2010, 05:47:19 AM »
Thanks so much. It's interesting & userful info for me  :)  :) :)