Ice Sculpture Gallery
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Ice Sculpture Gallery information
Ice sculpture has a long history in Russia, but it’s not usually a year-round attraction. Until now. Cool off in the first-ever year-round Ice Sculpture Gallery, which is housed in a refrigerated winter-wonderland tent at the west end of Krasnaya Presnya Park. The changing exhibit is small but spectacular – the frozen masterpieces enhanced by colourful lights and dreamy music. The admission price includes a special down vest and warm fuzzy foot-covers to protect you from the -10˚C climate.