Modern multimedia installations to learn about the history of the Park
One of the most romantic places in the Park
The design of architect A.V. Vlasov was honoured with a grand prize for the layout design of Gorky Park at the International Exhibition in Paris (1937).
The delicate rotunda is also known as the musical rotunda.
The Ballerina is the work of Soviet sculptor Elena Yanson-Manizer.
In 1932, in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the social and literary work of A.M Gorky, the park assumed the name of this great proletarian writer.
The Mashinostroenie (machine building) pavilion is the Park’s only surviving object of the All-Russian Agricultural and Handicraft Industries Exhibition.