Yesterday, we visited the All-Russia Exhibition Center located on the north side of Moscow.
All-Russian Exhibition Centre is the largest Exhibition centre in Moscow, about 15 million Muscovites and guests of the capital visit the Centre yearly. Micah had been here before with his language helper during the winter when it was pretty dead, but this was the first time for me and Violet and it was a happening place. Besides all the buildings, there are lots of things for the kids to do too, almost like a mini fair with rides, including a ferris wheel, games and snacks.
If you would like to know about the history of this place, you can check it out here on Wikipedia or here on its actual website.
The central gate entrance
Statue of Lenin
One of the many pavilions with lots of little shops inside
Ice cream break
Hugging the mannequin
Behind the first big building after we walked the loop of all the pavilions
We only stuck our toes in, unlike these boys
Someone's tired... it must be time to go home and rest after another day of walking. Yes, it's time for mommy to go home.
The Space Museum on the walk between the metro to the exhibition center
A map of the whole area, just to give you an idea of how big it is. We didn't even see half of the buildings.