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Visiting Moscow Hermitage Garden

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The Moscow Hermitage Garden is a park that is popular amongst the Muscovian crowd. It's adjacency with many cultural attractions and theatres turns the place into a place to visit if you are ever in the mood for a helping on Russian culture.

Russia Revisited: The Beauty of Moscow Hermitage Garden

Russia Revisited: The Beauty of Moscow Hermitage Garden

1. The concerts

1. The concerts

The garden is a venue for many concerts. Russian musicians or even musicians with a foreign origin have played in this garden simply because it is such a nice place to hold a concert in. Stages have been built and torn down in the garden, yet its beauty never diminishes. If you are lucky, you can catch a concert or a music show over in the garden.

2. The park itself

2. The park itself

A walk in the park can be entertainment enough for people, and a walk in a park like this one will definitely bring peace to your mind. The park is quiet and tranquil, perfect for those looking to get their peace amidst the crowded city of Moscow. While the park is located exactly in the centre of Moscow, you would not find the city life bothering your walk. It might be a central park, but the noisy inurements of the city centre life would not follow your steps here. Enjoy some peace and quiet, bring a book or two to read, eat your lunches over by the park, and you will understand what it is like to enjoy a life of tranquillity and zen.

3. The festivals

3. The festivals

Just like the concerts, the festival is more of a seasonal event, but if you caught one, you can definitely have fun in it. There are many kinds of festivals that can be held at the Hermitage garden, ranging from food, arts, crafts, and many more. The festivals might come seasonally or they might come weekly and they change each week or each season, making sure that you do not need to see the same festival twice in a month.

4. The food stands and the cafes

4. The food stands and the cafes

This one is more suitable for the gourmet in the crowd. Somewhere alongside the park area are food stands that sell unique Russian snacks for you to enjoy. If that is not enough, just close by are cafes that will remind you of home. The cafes themselves can be a good place for you to relax if you are starting to get tired of the park; they are as peaceful (if not more) as the park. The items are not that expensive too in several cafes, but some cafes can be a bit pricey.

5. A summer open air cinema

5. A summer open air cinema

When summertime arrives, that means open-air cinema is open for business. If you do not know what open-air cinemas are, they are actually self-explanatory. Open-air cinemas are cinemas in the open, meaning that you can watch movies in the summer sunshine. There is no need for you to sit on cramped seats to watch movies as the summer open-air cinema of Hermitage Garden opens its door to the crowd. If the comfort concerns you, find comfort in knowing that the cinema provides blankets and cushions for you. If you are afraid that the summer cinema can ruin the peace of the garden with its bombastic noises, you can rest easy because the cinema is a silent cinema. This means that the attendants will be wearing a headphone.

6. The children's playground

6. The children's playground

There is a large children playground in Hermitage that your children can play in if you bring your children to the park. There, your children can learn to meet new friends or they can just mess around with the many toys in the park. Make sure to keep an eye on them if you do not want something bad to happen to them. The park is pretty safe on its own, but the same cannot be said if your children endanger themselves.

Moscow Hermitage Garden Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets?

There is no admission fee whatsoever, at least for the park. If you are planning to watch a short movie by the cinema, the admission fee is somewhere around 100 to 400 rubles. In US dollars, that would be 2 to 6 Dollars.

How To Get Around?

On foot, obviously. The park is big, but it is not big enough to warrant a trip on a vehicle. Walking IS the only way to enjoy a park in the city centre, too.

What Should I Wear?

The people of Russia is pretty much liberal in terms of clothing, meaning you can wear anything you want and you would not be judged for it. Wear hot pants, short skirts, tank tops, or whatever else you are comfortable in. Just be sure to wear appropriate clothing for the appropriate seasons. Winter in Moscow can be pretty cold, after all.

Moscow Hermitage Garden Facts

Best Time to Visit

In summer, no doubt of it. In summer, the parks hold many summer events. Those events are mainly where the fun is, so you should always visit the place in the summer. Again, the winter is very cold.

Currency

Russian Ruble

Will I Need a Guide?

No reason for you to get one. Unless getting lost in a park is your speciality, that is.

How To Get There?

There are many venues that you can use to reach the garden from the centre point of Moscow. You can use taxis, the bus, the subway, on foot, or you can even use the bike-share service. All of them have different prices, with walking being the de facto cheapest method of reaching the place. If you decide to walk, be prepared to go on a 3-kilometre walk. If you want to ride a taxi, you need to splurge more than four US Dollars. If the bus is your preferred method, you would only need to pay several cents, making it the cheapest motorized transportation that you can use to reach the park.

Additional Info

While the fun of the park starts in Summer, that does not mean you cannot visit the park when it is winter. The park in itself is very beautiful to look at, and comes winter the park will be pretty empty, making it like you own the park for yourself. This is the best time for you to enjoy some peace and quiet in Moscow. Has it already been mentioned that the winter of Moscow is very cold?