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Video: Where to go with a child in St. Petersburg in May 2020
2023 Author: James Gerald | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-24 12:31
Where to go in St. Petersburg in May 2020 with children, for free or for little money? Where can you usefully relax, gain new knowledge and take interesting selfies? Let's find out further.
Affordable and free recreation is walking in the fresh air, in some beautiful park. Fortunately, there are plenty of them in St. Petersburg. The best places in St. Petersburg:
- Children's park them. January 9;
- Tauride Gardens;
- Summer garden;
- Park Chelyuskintsev.
Children's park them. On January 9, it is located in the Kirovsky district, there are playgrounds, a large green area, picturesque ponds and quiet alleys.
The Tavrichesky Garden is located in the historical center of St. Petersburg. The garden was restored and reconstructed according to the designs of the 19th century. On its vast territory is the oldest greenhouse in the city, there are many playgrounds, ponds with birds.
The Summer Garden, which was opened in 2012, is located on the Kutuzov embankment. Nearby are such city attractions as the Savior on Spilled Blood, the Russian Museum and the Mikhailovsky Castle. On the territory of the garden there are Coffee and Tea houses, fountains, sculptures, monuments and many other interesting things.
Where else to walk in St. Petersburg in May 2020? Of course, in the Chelyuskintsev park on Kolomyazhsky prospect. There are playgrounds and flower gardens, you can feed squirrels and birds.
Interesting! Where you can go in St. Petersburg with children for free
There are many changes in Peter's posters due to the pandemic. However, the events scheduled for May are expected to go unchanged. So, on May 16, it is planned to hold the festival "Hello, baby!" in the Grand Canyon. Beginning at 10:00. This is an educational event for parents-to-be and young parents, which can be attended with children. The program includes tricks, master classes for young and adult visitors, contests, baby yoga, animation, face painting. Free admission.
Are you wondering where you can go in St. Petersburg in May 2020, in addition to the educational festival?
From May 1 to May 3, a festival of water lanterns will be held in the Yusupov Garden. Visitors can expect live music, classical masterpieces performed by a symphony orchestra, arias from the opera, ballet, fire and pyrotechnic show. In this magical atmosphere, visitors will launch water lanterns and make wishes.
Children under 6 years old are admitted free. An adult ticket costs 500 rubles, 2 flashlights are attached to the ticket.
Where to go with children in St. Petersburg in May 2020? For guests and residents of the city, they will certainly prepare a rich program for the celebration of the Great Victory. What you should definitely see is the traditional festive fireworks at the walls of the Peter and Paul Fortress (May 9 at 22:00). In honor of the 75th anniversary of the Great Patriotic War, 30 artillery salvoes and fireworks are expected, torches of rostral columns will be lit.
In the creative space "Lumiere Hall" until May 11, multimedia exhibitions of works by Aivazovsky and Roerich "Revived canvases" will be held. The artists' paintings have been magnified many times over and projected onto a large screen. Prices from 350 r. Up to 3 years old exhibitions can be visited free of charge. Discount tickets are purchased for schoolchildren and students.
For inquiries by phone: 8 (812) 407-17-31.
For birthday people of the month
Where else to go in St. Petersburg in May 2020? If your child is the birthday of the month, go to Piterland Water Park. On the birthday and 7 days after, there is a 50% discount on the entrance ticket.
The Planet Neptune Oceanarium also offers a 50% discount on your birthday, 1 day before and 1 day later. A 50% discount is also provided by the Norwegian Orekh Park 3 days before and 3 days after the birthday.
In the Mori cinema, birthday people can watch 1 free film during the week from their birthday, but not a blockbuster, which has just been released.
Birthdays of the month are also entitled to a free hour of rides at the Divo Ostrov amusement park.
Where else to go to St. Petersburg in May 2020 if not to a museum? The Hermitage on the 1st Thursday of each month until 17.00 can be visited free of charge. The Puppet Museum is the last Monday of every month.
The Russian Ethnographic Museum provides free admission for children under 18 every first Thursday of every month from 10.30 to 17.00.
Icebreaker "Krasin" children under 18 visit free of charge on the first Wednesday of each month.
The Zoological Museum admits visitors free of charge on the last Thursday of every month.
On May 18, from 10:30 to 18:00, you can visit the Museum-Apartment and the Museum-Dacha of Pushkin in St. Petersburg for free.
You can always see the open-air Lantern Museum, one of the sights of St. Petersburg, for free. Immerse yourself with the children in the atmosphere of the old city on Odessa Street, completely paved with stone and with houses with wrought iron lattices. Here you can see 6 lanterns from past eras and a sculpture of a lamplighter next to them. The lanterns are not original, but they are created exactly according to the old drawings.
Interesting places can be found in the suburbs of St. Petersburg. There is an opportunity to visit free excursions around the suburbs of St. Petersburg, see the Konstantinovsky Palace, Sergievka, Ivangorod. You can go on a trip on Thursday or Saturday at 12.00. Registration by number: +7 (911) 2003012.
Tour participants pay only for fuel for the bus. The amount is divided by all participants.
You can also sign up for a free tour of St. Petersburg on the Open City project website. There they will tell you exactly what to see in St. Petersburg in May 2020.
If your children have grown up and are looking for an interesting activity for themselves, go together to the Ligovskaya library, where the Open Workshops project is active. Here they will teach you how to do it yourself for free, tell you about the intricacies of painting on wood, artistic textiles, soap making and much more (see video):
Free clubs for children over 14 years old are also available in the Kvadrat youth center in Krasnogvardeisky district: dancing, yoga, programming, robotics, foreign languages, etc.