Kirov Central Park of Culture and Recreation

27 May , 06:00–00:00
Museums, locations around St. Petersburg, exhibitions

The Central Park of Culture and Recreation named after Sergei Kirov is the oldest park in St. Petersburg. Its architecture and layout are a masterpiece of the early 19th century landscape design, created by the famous architect Carlo Rossi. In its contemporary period, the Park combines beauty and sophistication of the previous centuries with possibilities of casual recreation for residents and guests of St. Petersburg. Every year the Park hosts the best open-air events of the summer. Tulip blossom season is a highlight of Yelagin Island. In 2018, the tulips are in blossom on 10–26 May.

The Park has two entrances: from the Stary Teatr Square through the 1st Yelagin Bridge and from Primorsky Prospect through the 3rd Yelagin Bridge.

On weekdays, the admission to the park is free.
26–27 May: Premium Package Participants can enter the park upon presenting the badge.
Tours and other additional services are covered by the participants.