Gorki- Park - one of the main parks of Moscow was founded in 1928. In the 30s this place was given the current name in honor of the writer Maxim Gorky. Today the park includes Neskuchny Garden, «Sparrow Hills (Vorobyovy Gory) » and the Museon Art Park.
There are more than 250 thousand visitors in Gorki-Park on weekends in the warm season. Not so long ago one of the largest modern art museums in Russia, Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, was opened here as well as an exhibition of the history of the park. The observation deck was set up at the colonnade of the main entrance, the Golitsyn pond was refined and the largest sandbox of Moscow was built. The People's Observatory of Gorki-Park resumed the starts observation sessions. In the summer there is a bicycle rental service here, and in the winter the famous Art Street Skating Rink opens. In 1999 on the site of the old railway bridge across the Moskva River the pedestrian Andreevsky Bridge was built connecting the Neskuchny Garden to the Frunzenskaya Embankment. From here one can see a wonderful view of Gorki Park, and the bridge itself is stunningly beautiful in the evenings when lights of colorful illumination are lit.