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Sports and Recreation at VDNH: Fun, Diverse, and Safe

VDNH, the Exhibition of Achievements of National Economy, is a popular place for sports and recreation in Moscow, as the huge park is both safe and convenient. In the fall, visitors can workout at one of its numerous sports facilities, either on their own or with the help of an instructor. Everyone can find something they like here, from jogging tracks, bike lanes, football fields, and volleyball courts, to rock climbing walls, ping pong tables, and even a ballet center. Importantly, VDNH provides all the conditions necessary for social distancing, and the park staff regularly sanitize the grounds and all sports facilities.

You can find more information about VDNH and its current events at the park’s official website – https://vdnh.ru

Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, some sports activities may be cancelled or postponed. Please, check the schedule before visiting.

Professional athletes are giving free running, roller skating, and Nordic walking classes for VDNH’s Sporting Holidays, which are part of the Healthy Moscow project. All Moscow residents and visitors can take part. The lessons start from the Main Entrance Arc. There are also functional training and yoga classes at the exercise area near the entrance to the Botanical Gardens. The number of participants is limited, so be sure to register in advance.

In front of Pavilion 27, you’ll find lots of excitement and fun at VDNH’s Sky Town Ninja Park. Rising 16 meters into the air, it’s the largest in Russia! The facility is packed with obstacles, tracks, and fun elements of all kinds, as well as an observation deck. There’s also a special parkour venue for kids with all the professional equipment necessary to make tricks safe. Your Sky Town weekend will be truly unforgettable! In addition, the venue provides various services and organizes team-building events, birthday parties, etc.

The Big Wall Rock Climbing Center in Pavilion 22 is an airy and modern space for both professionals and newbies to indulge their inner Spiderman. Its 13- and 9-meter walls have routes of different complexity, from easy to extreme, and there are instructors on hand to help you climb them safely, regardless of your level of training. 

What about ballet? Children and adults alike can explore this challenging art form at VDNH’s International Ballet Center in Pavilion 62. Thanks to experienced teachers from Russia’s leading theaters, every student can realize their dream of becoming a graceful dancer. In addition to regular classes, the center holds masterclasses and lectures on the history of ballet. 

The free table tennis venue near the entrance to the Botanic Garden is open in all seasons, but visitors should bring their own paddles and balls. 

An attractive modern stadium with artificial grass, a special layout, and six tracks awaits all sport fans in Ostankino Park. Entrance is free. Here, you can go for a run, and play football, volleyball, and basketball. Or you can workout at the nearby exercise area, where you’ll find a diverse array of equipment installed for your convenience. There are additional places for ball games near Pavilion 27 and the Michurinsky Garden.  

For those who like riding and running, we highly recommend VDNH’s special scenic routes, including a 2-kilometer jogging track in the park’s green zone and a 9-kilometer lane along its ring road for biking, roller skating, and skateboarding. You can either bring your own vehicle or rent one at VDNH.

Don’t forget that safety requirements are still in force at VDNH. Visitors should observe social distancing, wear masks indoors, use antiseptic liquid, etc. 

 

VDNH, the Exhibition of Achievements of National Economy, is a popular place for sports and recreation in Moscow, as the huge park is both safe and convenient. In the fall, visitors can workout at one of its numerous sports facilities, either on their own or with the help of an instructor. Everyone can find something they like here, from jogging tracks, bike lanes, football fields, and volleyball courts, to rock climbing walls, ping pong tables, and even a ballet center. Importantly, VDNH provides all the conditions necessary for social distancing, and the park staff regularly sanitize the grounds and all sports facilities.

You can find more information about VDNH and its current events at the park’s official website – https://vdnh.ru

Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, some sports activities may be cancelled or postponed. Please, check the schedule before visiting.

Professional athletes are giving free running, roller skating, and Nordic walking classes for VDNH’s Sporting Holidays, which are part of the Healthy Moscow project. All Moscow residents and visitors can take part. The lessons start from the Main Entrance Arc. There are also functional training and yoga classes at the exercise area near the entrance to the Botanical Gardens. The number of participants is limited, so be sure to register in advance.

In front of Pavilion 27, you’ll find lots of excitement and fun at VDNH’s Sky Town Ninja Park. Rising 16 meters into the air, it’s the largest in Russia! The facility is packed with obstacles, tracks, and fun elements of all kinds, as well as an observation deck. There’s also a special parkour venue for kids with all the professional equipment necessary to make tricks safe. Your Sky Town weekend will be truly unforgettable! In addition, the venue provides various services and organizes team-building events, birthday parties, etc.

The Big Wall Rock Climbing Center in Pavilion 22 is an airy and modern space for both professionals and newbies to indulge their inner Spiderman. Its 13- and 9-meter walls have routes of different complexity, from easy to extreme, and there are instructors on hand to help you climb them safely, regardless of your level of training. 

What about ballet? Children and adults alike can explore this challenging art form at VDNH’s International Ballet Center in Pavilion 62. Thanks to experienced teachers from Russia’s leading theaters, every student can realize their dream of becoming a graceful dancer. In addition to regular classes, the center holds masterclasses and lectures on the history of ballet. 

The free table tennis venue near the entrance to the Botanic Garden is open in all seasons, but visitors should bring their own paddles and balls. 

An attractive modern stadium with artificial grass, a special layout, and six tracks awaits all sport fans in Ostankino Park. Entrance is free. Here, you can go for a run, and play football, volleyball, and basketball. Or you can workout at the nearby exercise area, where you’ll find a diverse array of equipment installed for your convenience. There are additional places for ball games near Pavilion 27 and the Michurinsky Garden.  

For those who like riding and running, we highly recommend VDNH’s special scenic routes, including a 2-kilometer jogging track in the park’s green zone and a 9-kilometer lane along its ring road for biking, roller skating, and skateboarding. You can either bring your own vehicle or rent one at VDNH.

Don’t forget that safety requirements are still in force at VDNH. Visitors should observe social distancing, wear masks indoors, use antiseptic liquid, etc. 

 

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