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The main skating rink of the country: where to go ice skating in Moscow?

Hundreds of illuminated skating rinks under the open sky await you during the long holiday weekend in Moscow. It is on them that you can feel the atmosphere of a real winter holiday. So that you can easily choose a convenient site, we have prepared a selection of the best skating rinks in the capital.

VDNKh

The country's main skating rink has opened its doors to visitors and is ready to surprise with dance master classes, performances and illumination.

This year at VDNKh in the City of Winter there are two skating rinks - Flower Garden and Raketa. Detailed information on the timetable and prices can be found on the website.

Average price: from 150 to 450 rubles.

Park Gorky

This year you can get into another reality right from the rink. With the help of optical illusions and light effects, artists will create a special fantasy world.

Address: st. Krymsky Val, 9, TsPKiO im. M. Gorky
Working hours: day session - from 10:00 to 15:00, evening - from 17:00 to 23:00. From Friday to Sunday and on public holidays, the evening session is extended until midnight. Monday is a day off.
Price: from 150 rubles for children to 650 rubles for adults.

The main skating rink of the country: where to go ice skating in Moscow?

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GUM skating rink

The skating rink on Red Square has a truly fabulous atmosphere. In addition, there is a fair nearby where you can warm up with mulled wine or hot tea.

Address: Red Square
Opening hours and prices can be found on the website.

Sokolniki

This winter, guests of the skating rink in Sokolniki will be able to learn dance moves, listen to musical selections and spin in the light of the northern lights.

Mode work: sessions 10: 00-12: 00, 13: 00-15: 00, 16: 00-18: 00, 19: 00-21: 00, 22: 00-00: 00.
Price: from 300 to 400 rubles, you can buy a pass for several rides.

The main skating rink of the country: where to go ice skating in Moscow?

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Krasnaya Presnya

The skating rink in Krasnaya Presnya Park is an excellent site in the center of Moscow, with stunning views of Moscow City and the World Trade Center.

Address: st. Konyushkovskaya, 18, Krasnaya Presnya Stadium
Working hours: on weekdays: from 10:00 to 22:00; at weekends: from 10:00 to 23:00.
Price: from 100 to 300 rubles.

Planning an active holiday during the New Year holidays , it is worth understanding that the main skating rinks of the capital will be crowded, so it is better to give preference to less popular areas.

Metelitsa skating rink in Babushkinsky Park

Address: Babushkinsky Park , st. Menzhinsky, 6
Working hours: from 11:00 to 22:00 daily.
Price: from 250 to 300 rubles.

Kuzminki Park

Address: Kuzminskiy Forest Park
Working hours: Mon-Fri 16: 00-22: 00, Sat- Sun 12: 00-22: 00.
Price: free.

The main skating rink of the country: where to go ice skating in Moscow?

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Chistye Prudy

Address: Chistoprudny Boulevard
Working hours: around the clock.
Price: free.

Ekaterininsky Park

The skating rink has no changing rooms or rental, but it will definitely appeal to lovers of peace and quiet.

Address: st. B. Ekaterininskaya, 27
Working hours: around the clock.
Price: free.

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