- Discover first art clusters appeared in Russia
- Get the chance to see real artists at work
- Act sustainable and shop for unique handmade souvenirs created by
- See how charity and social projects work in Moscow: pop into a shop
that sells souvenirs produced by autistic artists
- Have a meal at a trendy Moscow vegan café
- Escape from rush Moscow and taste local wine in a secret vault
- Discover out of box , alternative Moscow sights
- 1 Adult Ages 12+
- 2 Adults 2 people minimum | Ages 12+
- Child Ages 6 - 11
- Infant Ages 0 - 5
Feel As The Part Of Russian Contemporary Scene
Looking for something special in Moscow? Non-typical Moscow tourist attractions? Why not explore Moscow’s bohemian district and see with your own eyes how Russian contemporary art develops and how Russia’s youth spend their free time? Hipsters and freaks, young artists creating their projects in front of you, cool and unique souvenirs made by local artisans, unusual design, impressive art galleries, and bright murals and much more on this tour! Make your Moscow trip unforgettable with this Alternative Moscow tour!
Inclusions: Local English-speaking guide, a delicious vegan snack and a drink, a glass of Russian wine.
Exclusions: Additional food and beverages, souvenirs, tips for the guide.
- Duration: 3 hours
- Meeting point: Outside the main entrance to Atrium shopping mall,
Zemlyanoy Val, 33 (Земляной вал, 33), metro station: Kurskaya (blue
or brown line)/Chkalovskaya
- Map: https://goo.gl/maps/e2y5s7RiH4P2
- View Location on What3words
- Starting time: 12.00 PM
- Ending point: Metro station Kurskaya/Chkalovskaya
Today we’ll explore two first art clusters appeared in Russia — ArtPlay and Winzavod! They were inspired by London and NY galleries that occupy former industrial spaces. Winzavod is the centre of contemporary art and a former wine factory. We’ll visit some of the galleries situated in its territory, make impressive shots in front of the colourful murals and learn a bit about the state of Russian art. If we’re lucky enough we can also see some of the young artist at work at the open studios. For true art lovers and experts there’s also a chance to buy some paintings or other works of art. Here you can visit some local artisan shops and find unique souvenirs Made In Russia: notebooks, pencils, jewellery, pins, bags, clothing items, postcards, etc.
ArtPlay is much bigger than Winzavod and is more about Moscow trendiest studios, interior design, education and cafés. We’ll explore its territory, browse through the shop selling cups, t-shirts, hats and magnets with prints made by autistic artists. It’s also possible to visit British Higher School of Art and Design and to look at the diploma projects of its students (Generally in June). Being progressive ArtPlay also was the first place in Moscow to accept rubbish for recycling.
After all, we’ll have a snack at the best vegan place in Moscow. It has a great hipster atmosphere and super fresh food. Finally, we can enjoy one of the best panoramic views of Moscow from ArtPlay roof. This Moscow adventure is for sure will be forever in your heart and mind!
How to get dressed: comfortable shoes for walking.
Group size: you’ll feel friendly atmosphere due to the small number of people
on the route (12 is a maximum).
Reservation: Everything is in your ticket. If you have some special needs or
questions, please find our contact details below.
Kids: For kids from 0 to 6 years old this tour is free. Kids from 6 to 11 have
special prices for the tour. While making a reservation, please press ‘child’ for
the right payment. If you have a kid up to 6 years with you, please tell us in
Office phone number: +7 495 414 2994
Email address: [email protected]
Ms. Suzanne W. from New Zealand travelled on 07 Oct 2018:
Interesting tour and a great opportunity to see Moscow outside the main tourist places. My tour guide, Elena, was absolutely fantastic . If you are interested in art/ the alternative side to a city then you will enjoy this tour!
Ms. Shilo U. from USA travelled on 28 Nov 2017:
The tour exceeded my expectations and my guide Polina was fantastic.