The Sky Park is an observatory and an open-air museum. It carries on the traditions of celestial observation sites of ancient times.
List of exhibits include silvery domes of the observatory towers, Stonehenge, Pyramid of Cheops, terrestrial and celestial globes, gnomon of the Egyptian queen Hatshepsut.The Sky Park is the most picturesque venue in the history of the Earth and outer space explorations. A unique collection of sundials, amazingly diverse in design, is the jewel of the exhibition. Find the four corners of the Earth, observe the Moon and the Sun through a telescope, learn time by sundials – You can do it all in the Sky Park of the Moscow Planetarium.
The Sky Park and the Observatory are open for visitors from May to September from 11 am to 9 pm.
You can visit the Sky Park after the show in the Large Star Hall. To visit the Observatory you need to buy a ticket. The guides in both areas are Russian-speaking.
Individual and group tours with English-speaking guides are available in the Sky Park and the Observatory. Please, e-mail us firstname.lastname@example.org to book your tour at least two weeks prior your planned tour date.