Christmas Tree Forest and Manege Square Fair | Events | Moscow Seasons
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December 13, 2019January 31, 2020

Christmas Tree Forest and Manege Square Fair

Visit the famous European Christmas fairs of Strasbourg, Bern, Nuremberg, Copenhagen, Prague, Vienna, Brussels, Riga, and Vilnius all in one place – Moscow’s own Manege Square, where live music and brilliant theater performances create the perfect holiday mood!

Elves will be signing and posting cards and letters to Santa and relatives at the festival’s Holiday Post Office Pavilion. And in the Christmas Library, a librarian in a doublet and lace cuffs will greet guests and invite children to listen to theatrical readings of Russian and European fairy tales.

But the main attraction for photography buffs is the festival’s tallest Christmas tree. It took three kilometers of garland and 3,500 ornaments just to decorate this jolly green 20-meter-tall giant! You can also take pictures with festive works of art like the Moscow Troika and Nuremberg Christmas Mill in the background.

Here, you can take a stroll through a snow-covered forest of 130 Christmas trees that stretches out under a dome of glittering Christmas lights, or watch a lamplighter light an old Prague lantern. And children will definitely want to ride the colorful fairground carousel!

In the cozy chalets, you can choose from an amazing array of Christmas gifts, including wooden nutcrackers, cozy lit up houses, snow globes, and all kinds of gorgeous dolls, as well as traditional Russian Souvenirs.

And the choice of treats will leave no one indifferent, with chocolate from Copenhagen and Nuremberg, Christmas cakes and cupcakes from Strasbourg, Czech trdelniki, Swiss raclette and much more!

Visit the famous European Christmas fairs of Strasbourg, Bern, Nuremberg, Copenhagen, Prague, Vienna, Brussels, Riga, and Vilnius all in one place – Moscow’s own Manege Square, where live music and brilliant theater performances create the perfect holiday mood!

Elves will be signing and posting cards and letters to Santa and relatives at the festival’s Holiday Post Office Pavilion. And in the Christmas Library, a librarian in a doublet and lace cuffs will greet guests and invite children to listen to theatrical readings of Russian and European fairy tales.

But the main attraction for photography buffs is the festival’s tallest Christmas tree. It took three kilometers of garland and 3,500 ornaments just to decorate this jolly green 20-meter-tall giant! You can also take pictures with festive works of art like the Moscow Troika and Nuremberg Christmas Mill in the background.

Here, you can take a stroll through a snow-covered forest of 130 Christmas trees that stretches out under a dome of glittering Christmas lights, or watch a lamplighter light an old Prague lantern. And children will definitely want to ride the colorful fairground carousel!

In the cozy chalets, you can choose from an amazing array of Christmas gifts, including wooden nutcrackers, cozy lit up houses, snow globes, and all kinds of gorgeous dolls, as well as traditional Russian Souvenirs.

And the choice of treats will leave no one indifferent, with chocolate from Copenhagen and Nuremberg, Christmas cakes and cupcakes from Strasbourg, Czech trdelniki, Swiss raclette and much more!

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Manezhnaya Square

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