Dance teachers dressed in 19th-century costumes will teach the guests elegant waltz moves. Visitors to Europe’s biggest ice rink visitors will also enjoy parlor games from the same historical period.
Starting today and running through 26th February, the “Moscow Mardi Gras” featuring “Pancake Week” will be viewable via direct webcast from Revolution Square and other locations.
From puppet theaters to the fabulous Oceanariaum and the Moscow Zoo, Russia’s capital is a kid-friendly cultural extravaganza. From painting their very own Russian dolls to dressing up like the Tzars, families can never run out of fun and entertaining things to do in Moscow.