On Saturday, 29 July 2017, as part of the Songwriters concert series, the Green Theatre's Stage on the Water, VDNH's premiere summer venue, will feature a performance from Benjamin Francis Leftwich.
From July 13 to August 20, 2017, VDNH will hold its first reporting exhibition of the young artists who won the Photography category in the TAKEOFF project's second season. The supervisor of the "VDNH. Reconstruction" exhibition is a famous Moscow photographer and teacher at the British High School of Design Mikhail Rozanov.
The VDNH Green Theatre. A Stage on the Water — the new concept site of a unique, open-air stage complex. The stage opened its season on 29 June, and will run until 10 September. The stage complex, second to none in Russia's capital, was built right on the water of the Garden Pond in Ostankino Park, and has since become the main attraction in one of Moscow's largest and most well-equipped parks.
On Thursday, 29 June 2017, the Polytechnic Museum, in association with the Royal Observatory Greenwich, is opening the "Astronomy Photographer of the Year: Planets, Constellations, and Nebulas Through the Eyes of Photographers From All over the World" exhibition. The exhibition, timed to coincide with the Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition, will showcase astronomy photographs, Polytechnic Museum exhibits, and books from the Polytechnic Museum library.
9 city bicycle rental stations are located in the vicinity of VDNH and Ostankino Park, as well throughout the territory of these parks. The rental of gyroscooters, scooters, roller blades and other interesting wheeled means of transport is also available.
Over 300 vintage gramophones, phonographs, radios, radio-gramophones and jukeboxes can now be seen and heard at VDNH. In the new museum, the House of Vintage Music, it is very easy to study the history of audio technology development, delve into details of each of the exhibits and listen to archive records of favourite performers from the middle of the last century.