Exhibition at the Gorky Park museum on youth leisure in the 1960s

Exhibition at the Gorky Park museum on youth leisure in the 1960s
One part of the exposition is dedicated to poets and the other to Soviet food services in the 1960s.

The exhibition “The Sixtiers. Leisure” has opened at Gorky Park. The exposition includes rare images and artefacts from the park’s archives and household items from the Moscow Design Museum and private collections.

Part of the exhibition is dedicated to poets of the 1960s: Bella Akhmadulina, Robert Rozhdestvensky, Andrei Voznesensky and Yevgeny Yevtushenko. Cafes and restaurants of the time will also be represented. One of the showcases will display household artefacts. Screens will show Eldar Ryazanov’s comedy “Give Me a Complaints Book.”

The exhibition will run from 1 May–4 September. Standard admission price is 300 roubles. Reduced price is 150 roubles. The museum is open daily except Monday from 11 am to 11 pm (the ticket office stays open until 10 pm).