Established in 1928 and named after the outstanding Russian writer Maxim Gorky, the Maxim Gorky Park offers both locals and tourists a lot to see and do.
The park itself consists of three main parts: Moscow State University’s green areas, Vorobyovy Gory nature sanctuary, and Parterre Neskuchny Garden. You will find locals strolling in the lanes or playing chess over here.
Do not miss out some of the famous sculptures located within the park such as: The Ballerina, and The Girl with the Paddle. There are no entry charges for visiting this park, which is open round the clock. Go ahead and get relaxed and impressed.Places nearby:
The Kremlin: The Common Link Between Political and Historical Events 2 km / 1 mi
St. Basil's Cathedral Colorful Symbol Of Russia 2 km / 1 mi
Pavlovsk Park: Inspired gardens 612 km / 380 mi
Tsarskoye Selo Catherine Park: A Beautiful Park Immersed in Russian Glory 615 km / 382 mi
Tsarskoye Selo, Catherine Palace: A Palace That Looks Like One from Disneyland 615 km / 382 mi