Moscow jam festival
15.07.2016 – 07.08.2016
All sweet tooth are welcome to ‘Moscow jam” festival. The visitors will have a chance to taste about 200 kinds of home-made jam including strawberry, apricots, cherry, raspberry and other fruits and berries of the season. If you are more adventurous you’ll find lots of exotic deserts such as jam made of Armenian eggplant, Mexican cactus, French oranges, chanterelles or dandelion.
"Moscow Jam" festival will be held on central pedestrian streets, boulevards and squares of the capital.
Thus visitors of Kuznetsky most street will get into "Alice in Wonderland" the fairy tale, where they can not only enjoy a traditional English tea and a sandwich with jam or brownies but also learn about English etiquette at the tea table.
Rozhdestvenka street will reveal beauty secrets of Moroccan women. You can learn how to use argan oil rose, orange blossom and mint in cosmetics. Here you can taste the oriental dishes such as orange salad, baklava with pistachios, hazelnuts, honey syrup, marshmallow chicken.
Kamergersky lane will offer Chinese delicacies such as bananas soaked in hot caramel watermelon and tapioca desert, Asian jam.
Pushkin Square will house the Bavarian village. Every day of the festival here you can see traditional Tyrolean singing and dances, and get a delicious pretzel or bagel.
Arbat street will offer a variety of jam from olives, walnuts and other traditional desserts from Greek cuisine
The Festival will feature numerous culinary master-classes, desert tastings, concerts, sport competitions.
Moscow Current Events
26.01.2018 — 25.02.2018
Primeval Russia festival 2018
Primeval Russia festival is one of the largest and most interesting events dedicated to the nature of Russia. All admirers of wild nature photography are welcome to The Central house of artists from January 26 to February 25, 2018.
Moscow in miniature
Would you like to see the central part of the largest city model that will enter the Guinness Book of World Records? You have an excellent chance to do it till the end of 2015 in All-Russia Exhibition Centre VDNKh. We belive that an architecture model of Moscow (Moscow in miniature) performed at a scale of 1:400 is really worth seeing.
Russian Impressionism Museum
Art-buffs are welcome to visit the Russian Impressionism Museum, which opened its doors in Moscow on the 28th of May. The exhibition hall is located on the grounds of the former â€śBolshevikâ€ť confectionery factory grounds.
Robostation in VDNH
If you are interested in everything connected with robots you should certainly attend one of the most curious interactive museum called Robostation, situated in All-Russia Exhibition Centre VDNH. Here visitors of all ages have a great chance to get acquainted with modern robots, take part in different activities, enjoy technopark, chemistry show and show of dancing robots.
Archive Of Moscow Events:
16.11.2017 — 18.02.2018
El Lissitzky exhibitions
The Tretyakov Gallery and the Jewish Museum host the first large-scale retrospective of the works of El Lissitzky to the general public. The leading artist of the Russian and European avant-garde had a significant influence on the development of architecture and design of the 20th century.
16.11.2017 — 15.01.2018
National treasures of Russia exhibition
Discover the exquisite luxury of Russian treasures at the exhibition of the Historical Museum devoted to 50th anniversary of the opening of Diamond Fund in Moscow Kremlin.
04.11.2017 — 04.11.2017
Music at Moscow train stations
Have you ever been to a music concert at a railway station? You'll have a chance to join a free concert on November 4.
10.10.2017 — 14.01.2018
Gustav Klimt. Egon Schiele. Drawings from the Albertina Museum
For the first time in Russia you may see works by outstanding draftsmen in the history of art - Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele. The exhibition in Pushkin museum of Fine Arts presents 100 sheets from the collection of the Albertin Museum (Vienna) - 47 works by Gustav Klimt and 49 by Egon Schiele.
28.09.2017 — 14.01.2018
Someone 1917 exhibition
The New Tretyakov Gallery presents a new exhibition devoted to 100 year anniversary of the Russian Revolution. At the exhibition youâ€™ll see 1917 year through the eyes of the Russian artists including Grigoriev, Kustodiev, Nesterov, Petrov-Vodkin, Kandinsky, Malevich and others.
23.09.2017 — 27.09.2017
Circle of light 2017
Did you know that last year the Circle of light festival was included in the Guinness Book of Records? This annual event features multimedia and musical shows, light and laser installations, audio-visual performances and more. This is a unique project that allows everyone to reveal the familiar face of Moscow in a new light. The admission is free.