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Events in Moscow - January 2017


Skating rink on the roof Art Play

1 Jan - 31 Jan

Rink overlook the Yauza, Andronicus monastery and the historical center of Moscow. Cloakrooms, skates rental, shop with skate sharpening, cafe, an observation deck and a platform for modeling snow figures are opened for visitors. And in the evening you can enjoy open air screenings. Opening hours: Tues-Sun 12.00-24.00.


The Gorka in Sokolniki

1 Jan - 31 Jan

The Gorka is a renovated ice-hill for sledge driving and tubing. 45 minutes of real winter fun will cost 200-400 rubles – it depends on the day of the week and the time of skating. There are 11 skating sessions per day and special prices for children! Take the whole family to The Gorka – make winter unforgettable!


Street Art Ice Rink

1 Jan - 31 Jan

This year it’s Gorky Park who is first to open an ice rink. And not a simple one: the project is made by modern street artists and the opening will gather NZCA Lines from UK and Deep Fried Friends. Come get lost in ice labyrinth, dance to synth pop and Peruvian motives, enjoy the magic illumination. 

Street Art Ice Rink

Winter Season in Sokolniki

1 Jan - 31 Jan

In 2018 Sokolniki has a lot to offer to its winter guests: a photo exhibition, a ski slope, figure skating lessons, 3 ice rinks and many more. There are plenty of cozy spots where you can get a warming coffee to go, have a nice lunch or sit by the fireplace with a mug of hot cocoa. Welcome winter among the dearest ones at one of the best Moscow family parks!

Winter Season in Sokolniki

Trip to Christmas

1 Jan - 27 Jan

The best way to get a holiday spirit is to join the celebration events of Trip to Christmas fest. There is a great choice of beautiful spots by the way: light tunnels, sparkling fountains, illuminated sculptures, huge art objects will change the city look. As always the Christmas fairs wait for the visitors all over Moscow - take all your family and friends and get ready for magic trip!

Trip to Christmas

Ice Moscow Exhibition

1 Jan - 8 Jan

The Poklonnaya Hill is going to transform into a fairytale land as many winters before. This time guests are proposed to visit other Russian cities without leaving Moscow: ice copies of Kremlin, Saint Isaac’s Cathedral, Kizhi Pogost and other architectural masterpieces will be presented. Almost all the sculptures are more than 6 meters in height! Come to admire the beauty of ice, meet Santa Clause, use the ice slide for a dizzy ride, admire the snowmen show and lots of other activities. Don't forget to have a cup of hot tea and say hello to the habitants of Fairytales City!

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Elegance and Luxury of Art Deco. Kyoto Costume Institute, Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels Jewelry Houses

1 Jan - 15 Jan

Art Deco is a very significant art phenomenon of XX century. It plunged the elements of European classic, folk traditions and modernism, and left its trace on every kind of art of 1920-30s. During the Art Deco epoch women felt more and more free to express themselves. Some of those years luxury items such as evening dresses, cocktail ensembles, robe de style as well as fabulous Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels vintage jewelry will be exhibited at The Church of the Twelve Apostles and the Belfry of the Assumption.

Elegance and Luxury of Art Deco.

Moscow Thaw: 1953-1968 (Exhibition)

1 Jan - 31 Jan

How did the political thaw of 1953-68 - the period of great expectations - feel to Russian capital? Let's find out through the prism of social life, science, cinema, literature, music and fine art. The exhibition includes canvas by Jury Zlotnikov, Alexander Labas, and other painters, "paper architecture” by NRE (New Resettlement Element - futuristic urban project), the World Exhibition 1967 samples, photos, jazz concerts records, first editions of collections by Evtushenko, Voznesensky, Sapgir, Rozhdestvensky, re-editions of works by Pasternak and Mandelstam, and many more.