Luna Park Moscow

There are 3 different lunaparks in Moscow, which are all called Luna Park Karusel’. They are located at these adresses:

Luna-Park Karusel’ Na Poklonnoy Gore
Ulitsa Brat’yev Fonchenko, 11, Moscow, Russia, 119590

Luna Park Karusel’
Krymsky Val, 9, Moscow, Russia, 121059

Luna Park Karusel’
Prospekt Andropova, 39, Moscow, Russia, 115487

You can read more about the individual luna parks in the following.

Luna-Park Karusel’ Na Poklonnoy Gore

Great luna park for children in all ages. It is located next to the Victory Museum (Музей Победы).

They have a time-based bracelet system, where the bracelet gives you access to all attractions for a specific period of time.  After 18.00 the braclets are discounted on tuesdays and fridays.

Luna Park Karusel’ (Krymsky Val, 9)

This luna park is located in the famous Gorky Park in Moscow, which also hosts the Gorky Park Museum.

The luna park is well suited for children and toddlers. It hosts more than 20 rides, which includes mini-trains, carousels, merry-go-rounds, a 4D cinema, trampolines and a playground. With ticket prices of 250 – 300 rubles per attraction the price level is relatively high.

Luna Park Karusel’ (Prospekt Andropova, 39)

is located on the territory of the famous Kolomenskoye Museum Reserve. This allows you to both admire the monuments, architecture and surroundings while also having a fun day out at the Lunapark with your family.

Have a go on the roller coaster, jump on the trampolines, go for a canoe or boat ride, and much more. Most of the rides here are for small children, but bigger children will also be able to enjoy themselves. The park doesn’t really have any attractions for adults.

If you’re unable to fill your day with the Lunapark and Museum, there are plenty of other fun activities for you to visit in Moscow as it’s all very close to each other.

The park operates using tickets for rides. Each ticket costs 200 to 350 ruble and is valid for one ride depending on how many tickets a ride costs. It’s possible to buy a bracelet which gives you access to all rides. The bracelets are half price on Tuesday and Thursday from 18:00 until closing time. Skiing costs 1200 ruble for 1 hour, if you want to ski for a whole day you’ll need to pay 1700 ruble.

Opening hours

Lunapark Moscow is usually open on weekends and public holidays from 11:00 to 21:00. These times can change depending on the weather and events.

Contact information

Below you will find the contact information about the three luna parks in Moscow:

Luna-Park Karusel’ Na Poklonnoy Gore
Ulitsa Brat’yev Fonchenko, 11, Moscow, Russia, 119590
+7 499 237-07-11

Luna Park Karusel’
Krymsky Val, 9, Moscow, Russia, 121059
+7 499 237-07-11

Luna Park Karusel’
Prospekt Andropova, 39, Moscow, Russia, 115487
+7 499 237-87-32

Transport

Luna-Park Karusel’ Na Poklonnoy Gore: Take the train to the station Москва-Товарная-Киевская, станция МЖД and walk a few minutes.

Luna Park Karusel’ (Krymsky Val, 9): Take the metro and get off at the station Oktyabr’skaya. The park is located a few hundred meters from the station.

Luna Park Karusel’ (Prospekt Andropova, 39): You can access the park in multiple ways. The easiest way is by metro. You’ll need to take the metro from the centre going towards the Orbita cinema. You’ll need to walk a few minutes from the metro station, but it isn’t far.

Additional Information

Country City In operation Status Type
Russia Moscow 1993 to present Active Fixed
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