All-Russia Exhibition Centre

Address:
Pr-t. Mira, 119, Moscow 129223
Founded in:
1935
Total area:
266000 m2
  • Rooms & halls:
    9
About The Venue

The All-Russia Exhibition Centre is one of Moscow’s peculiar event locations. It is a permanent general-purpose amusement park and trade show venue in the capital of Russia. It is in the Ostankinsky District of the metropolis. The exhibition centre was constructed circa 1935-1929 and renovated between 1948-1959. The venue has 9 pavilions and has 266000 m2 is dedicated event space. The All-Russia Exhibition Centre is a popular event site due to its history and available space. For instance, the Cereal-Mixed Feed-Veterinary Fair is hosted at this location.

The All-Russia Exhibition Centre has about 2375000 m2 of space with 266000 m2 dedicated to events. The venue has one main entrance marked by a 32-metre arched gate. The gate was built in 1954 and is decorated by a statue and several reliefs. The venue in total 9 pavilions used for exhibitions. Among them is the Worker and Kolkhoz Woman Pavilion, known as such for the two statues on the top of the building. Another notable pavilion is the Exhibition and Trade Centre of the republic of Azerbaijan, named after one of republics which comprised the Soviet Union. 

 

How to get to All-Russia Exhibition Centre
On foot

Sheremetyevo International Airport – not advisable

Avtostantsiya Tsentral'naya – not advisable

 

By Car

Sheremetyevo International Airport – 45 mins via M-11

Avtostantsiya Tsentral'naya – 1hr via Boris Galushkin Street

 

By public transport

Sheremetyevo International Airport – 1hr30mins via Sheremetyevo Airport – Odintsovo and T36

Avtostantsiya Tsentral'naya – 1hr via 716 and 11

 

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