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Excursion programs are designed for participants of different ages.
The Moscow Model Pavilion on the Lilac Alley of VDNKh is re-opening its doors for excursion groups. Prepared for visitors special programs and light shows… They will be of interest to guests of all ages. Guided tours are free, and you can sign up from March 1st.
“All lectures are interactive. We have developed their own light and sound effects for each of them. For example, the monuments in question are highlighted on the model, and themed videos and historical documents are shown on the screen. In addition, new technical equipment is used to show the Seasons and Bulgakov’s Moscow shows. Thanks to him, the effect of a video image flying over the layout is created, “said the head of the Moscow City Planning Policy Department.
In addition to getting acquainted with the history of Moscow and the peculiarities of its districts, during the excursion, visitors will learn how the layout itself was created. The guides will also tell you about the city’s development plans.
As the head of the Department noted, the layout of Moscow is popular. In 2020, more than 400 excursions were held in the pavilion. It was attended by about 175 thousand people.
“Today, no more than 80 people can be in the pavilion at a time. Temperature is measured for all visitors at the entrance. A glove-mask regime and a social distance of one and a half to two meters are observed, ”added Sergey Levkin.
You can book an excursion at the official website pavilion. Participants need to fill out a special online form, choosing the date and time of the tour, and provide contact information. You can also apply for a tour at the reception at the information desk in the pavilion. The service is provided free of charge.
The Moscow Model pavilion was erected at VDNKh in 2017. The layout of the capital covers an area of 429 square meters. It includes the central part of the city with 23 thousand buildings and structures on a scale of 1: 400.
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