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Orlovskaya Street, 80


Modern amusement park. Attractions and entertainment programmes. There are 11 rides including 4 children’s, 4 family and 3 extreme ones. Entrance fee only. Excellent landscape design. Café and snack bars. In-house security service. Medical aid station.

Working hours: open May-October M 3 pm-10 pm, Tu-Su 10 am-10 pm.

Chizhevskikh Drive, 10

Loshitsa estate and park complex

A monument of the second half of the 19th century estate and park art. The complex includes a mansion, a chapel, housekeeper’s residency, a water mill, a distillery, household premises and a landscaped park. The estate is currently under reconstruction.

Mikhailovsky square

The square is beautified with fancy figures The Girl on the Bench, A Guy Asking for a Cigarette and The Girl with an Umbrella by sculptor V.Zhdanov.

Yanki Kupaly Street
Oktyabr'skaya / Kupalovskaya

Yanka Kupala park

Built in 1962. Among the park’s attractions are the monument to Yanka Kupala and the Venok (Wreath) sculptural fountain. The Yanka Kupala Literary Museum is situated in the park.

Nezavisimosti Avenue, 84
Park Chelyuskintsev

Chelyuskintsev culture and leisure park

Opened in May 1932, it is the city’s central park.

Surganova Street, 2
Park Chelyuskintsev

Central botanical gardens

Founded in 1932, the Gardens occupy an area of 92.8 hectares. A “museum” of plants from various places on the globe.

Working hours: open May-October, Tu-Su.

Oktyabr'skaya / Kupalovskaya

Central square

Founded in 1872 on the former Alexandrovsky Gardens site. The square was renovated in 1971. Its main attraction is The Boy and the Swan fountain.

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